La tristesse des Irakiens

25 July 2007 - posté par Spiker

Je vous ai déjà jasé de The Onion, un site que j’affectionne particulièrement. J’ai une nouvelle illustration de la brillance du site à vous offrir, datant d’aujourd’hui même :

CHAPEL HILL, NC—A field study released Monday by the University of North Carolina School of Public Health suggests that Iraqi citizens experience sadness and a sense of loss when relatives, spouses, and even friends perish, emotions that have until recently been identified almost exclusively with Westerners.

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Psychologists and anthropologists have thus far largely discounted the study, claiming it has the same bias as a 1971 Stanford University study that concluded that many Vietnamese showed signs of psychological trauma from nearly a quarter century of continuous war in southeast Asia.

Franchement, on ne se tanne pas. L’article complet est ici.

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