Em Sokha and Cambodian Satirical Cartoons

in Asian Journal of Social Science
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Abstract

The article examines the work of one Cambodian satirical cartoonist, Em Sokha, in the context of the historical background of cartooning in Cambodia and the developments in Cambodian print media since 1979. In particular, it looks at how Em Sokha's work has evolved in relation to alternating periods of freedom and control over the press during times of dramatic political change. It explores the implications of Em Sokha's use of distortion and the grotesque to express the violence of relations of power.

Em Sokha and Cambodian Satirical Cartoons

in Asian Journal of Social Science

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