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The goods go on sale March Back in , Prince William relaxed the Royal Trade Marks Act , which usually prohibits the unauthorized use of royal images.
He did that so the public could have a bit of fun creating royal wedding memorabilia, with the stipulation that all goods had to be in good taste. In Touch The report: Oh right — and the part about the special gift from Her Majesty: In slurring someone — for example, by calling them a faggot — you express contempt not only for the person you are addressing, but also for a wider group to which they may belong; in this case, homosexual men.
However, there is enough of a contrast between swearing and these other categories to make it worth separating them when we consider the ethical issues.
What sets them apart from other areas of language? A clue is provided by the second part of the dictionary definition quoted above: It is this unique role in expressing emotion that separates swearing from other uses of language, including other types of taboo language.
This unique psychological role gives swearing a unique linguistic role, too. To understand this exclamation, we need to consider not what the speaker is referring to or talking about, but what he aims to indicate about his emotions.
This makes swearing, in such circumstances, more like a scream than an utterance: Perhaps this explains why swear words often fail to function like other words. Quang Phuc Dong — a sweary pseudonym of the late linguist James D. And, indeed, both in the UK and in many other cultures, we do much to prevent, censor, and punish swearing.
This is often done informally: Knowing that we face disapproval from others if we swear in the wrong context is effective at ensuring that we watch our language. But there are formal efforts to police swearing, too: The taboo against swearing is, it seems, a pretty serious matter. But elsewhere, blasphemy plays a much larger role. Perhaps the most striking example is Quebec French, in which the strongest swears are terms relating to Catholicism.
These expressions are considered stronger than standard French swears like merde shit. Blasphemy plays a large role in swearing in many religious cultures including Italian, Romanian, Hungarian, and Spanish — but some highly secular cultures also find religious swearing offensive. Godverdomme Goddamn remains one of the strongest expressions in Dutch. Some swearing is characterised by taboos relating to hierarchy; specifically, expressions of disrespect for certain individuals, commonly the mother of the person insulted.
Japanese offers perhaps the most striking example of a hierarchy-themed insult. There are, after all, inoffensive ways to refer to sensitive topics: While lavatorial and sexual functions are taboo, not all ways of referring to them are indecent. Some have suggested that the sound that swear words make contributes to their offensiveness. There is something plausible about this. Even so, the sound of swear words cannot fully account for their offensiveness.
In any case, focusing on swear words themselves will not enable us to explain fully why they are offensive, because the offensiveness of a given utterance of a swear word is relative to the social and historical context. We must look beyond the words themselves, and consider the broader behavioural contexts in which they appear. O nce we do this, the explanation is easier to find. We do, after all, have all sorts of preferences about how people behave.
Many of these preferences are enshrined in our morality; others are associated with etiquette. Etiquette varies with culture and upbringing, and its conventions are applied more strictly in some settings than in others. Swearing is a form of dispreferred linguistic behaviour. How do we get from this to an explanation of why swearing is offensive?
Well, once we have established preferences about behaviour, the capacity for certain behaviour to become offensive arises quite naturally. To illustrate this, consider the following scenario based on an actual and recurring series of events.
Suppose that you make a new friend named Rebecca, and you fall into the habit of addressing her as Rachel.
After you have done this a couple of times, Rebecca politely points out that her name is Rebecca, not Rachel. If, after she has drawn your attention to this, you persist in calling her Rachel, she is likely to begin to feel annoyed, and she might repeat the request to call her Rebecca. If you ignore her request a second or third time, then — provided that she has no reason to believe you have failed to understand her requests, nor that you are incapable of easily complying with them — she is likely to eventually view your behaviour as offensive.
What started out as merely a dispreferred by Rebecca way of speaking, then, becomes offensive. How does this happen? Well, the first time you call Rebecca Rachel, Rebecca takes you to have made an innocent and regrettably common mistake, and she assumes you meant no harm.