Why people take offence

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Most of us have felt offended at a remark made by a close friend or a random comment on our social media. Even worse, the chances are that we have experienced the shock of hearing that others were offended by our comments – despite the fact that we had no intention of hurting them.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 4 Mar 2020

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    Why do people take offence? Exploring the underlying expectations

    Tayebi, T., 1 Aug 2016, In : Journal of Pragmatics. 101, p. 1-17 17 p.

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