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Related to lampoonery: satirise, parodistic
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The sort of political lampoonery found in editorials cartoons is, like other newspaper content, finding new audiences in new media.
The celebrated admiral was a popular target for lampoonery because he had only one arm and was having a scandalous affair with Lady Emma Hamilton who was also married.
Part III, "Paradoxes in Corporate Lampoonery, the Notion of Corporate Consumption, and the Paradoxical Role of Technology," uses, in chapter six, critical and poststructuralist readings of the comic strip "Dilbert," which targets the irrationalities to be observed in the management of large organizations.