Is there such a thing as a national sense of humour?
We all know there are national stereotypes when it comes to humour, but is humour actually driven by culture to any meaningful extent? Dr Gary McKeown asks is there really such a thing as a national sense of humour and explores whether laughter really is a universal language.
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