How and why do different social groups react differently to varying levels of profanity?
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How and why do different social groups react differently to varying levels of profanity?
In what context is profanity "acceptable"? Why do people in a social situation react differently to profanity in a different situation?
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Christians and profanity: What does the Bible say?

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What are the Bleeping Rules? Profanity and the Social Web « Radian6 - Social media monitoring tools, social media engagement software and social CRM and marketing from the industry leader in social...

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If you’ve ever stopped by any of my online imprints (Twitter, Facebook, my blog – RedheadWriting), it’s evident from the get-go that I have a certain affection for blue language. Grandmothers and...
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The Function Of Profanity In Modern Englis | Essay Coursework

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swearing in the workplace — Ask a Manager

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A reader writes: What do you think about swearing in the workplace? I realize that different workplaces have different cultures, but I feel like (in general) it should be deemed unacceptable.
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» Why Do We Swear? - World of Psychology

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Why do people swear? Why does using a swear word make us feel better? How do we choose which word we use?
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Swearing to Make Your Point: A Tale of F**k and Sh*t

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Profanity is a divisive subject.Some think obscenities have no place in any polite conversation, ever; some feel, judiciously applied, profanity is the best flavor in their communication spice rack; (#Communication: Swearing to Make Your Point: A ...

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