Essay about The Original Hypothesis Of Men

1602 Words Apr 27th, 2016 7 Pages
The original hypothesis stated that men were depicted as humorous in North American sitcoms. The primary research that was conducted also concluded that men were more humorous than women in North American sitcoms. Men were seen making humorous jokes, references and gestures throughout the shows. However, there were many women making these humorous acts as well, but not many when being compared to men. This persuades society to believe that men should be humorous, even more than women. Additionally, the original hypothesis stated that women were depicted as rebellious in North American sitcoms. The primary research that was conducted also concluded that women were more rebellious than men in these North American sitcoms, Women were seen expressing their anger and stubbornness by refusing to cooperate, while the men 's rebellious characteristic was almost non-existent. This persuades society to believe that women are and should be rebellious, while men should and are not
Humans tend to use humor to add value or excitement to social interactions; however many researchers hypothesize that humor is often used to cope with pain. Sigmund Freud was a famous psychodynamic theorist, and he created the concept of the unconscious mind, along with the concept of psychological repression and displacement. Many males are confronted with depression and bipolar disorder, but don 't publicly express their emotions. Society has taught men that women are emotional, and that it is feminine to be…

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