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A scream is a loud vocalization with a strong emotional aspect, such as fear, pain, surprise, joy, anguish or anger.


  • There is no room for the scream in academic discourse. More than that: academic study provides us with a language and a way of thinking that makes it very difficult for us to express our scream. The scream, if it appears at all, appears as something to be explained, not as something to be articulated. The scream, from being the subject of our questions about society, becomes the object of analysis.

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