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Introduction To Sarcasm 1A

Sine qua non of sarcasm

Sine qua non according to the New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy[1] refers to "essential, crucial, or indispensable ingredient without which something would be impossible: Her leadership was the sine qua non of the organization’s success. " From Latin, meaning without which nothing.

Sarcasm as we define it is an attitude--that is, a state of mind

Attitude Adjustment Methods

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2 Column experiment

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