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Rodger A. Payne, "Laughing off a Zombie Apocalypse: The Value of Comedic and Satirical Narratives," International Studies Perspectives 2016; doi: 10.1093/isp/ekv026.
Kudos to Dan Drezner for making me think about this.
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