The international team of researchers asked the participants to list their favourite swear words and to "self-report" their everyday use of profanity
The presumption is those who will be accredited will, you know, are law-abiding Filipino citizens who will not use profanity
in their articles, who will not use fake news,' he said.
Adams, a linguistic historian at Indiana University Bloomington, rejects the idea that profanity
is inherent in certain words.
often plays by its own grammatical rules, the author explains.
is the misuse of God's name in a way considered offensive by Him.
Perceived offensiveness is affected by mere exposure to profanity
(Kaye & Sapolsky, 2004), the profanity
spoken (Jay, 2009), the gender (Selnow, 1985) and ethnicity of the speaker and perceiver (Popp, Donovan, Crawford, Marsh, & Peele, 2003), as well as the context in which profanities are spoken (Johnson & Lewis, 2010).
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- AK Party supporters shout threats, profanity
in font of Samanyolu building
Brigham Young University professor Sarah Coyne analyzed the use of profanity
in 40 books on an adolescent bestsellers list.
Even highly offensive material, including profanity
, is fully protected under the First Amendment.
The 39-year-old star has three daughters to take care of and he insisted on no profanity
for all the members of his household.
Eminem, "No Love (Clean Version)" Behold: the Inadvertent Pause, created by the removal of profanity
in "clean" versions of Eminem's songs--the only ones 111 let my nine-year-old son (who first introduced me to him) listen to.
Curse all you want, but private employers like financial giant Goldman Sachs have the right to ban profanity
from e-mails and text messages sent over company-owned equipment and networks, according to attorneys who specialize in employment law.