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Rodriguez 2014 considers the case of ironic racist jokes.
A number of philosophers have written about the relationship between racist beliefs and racist jokes, primarily as a way of investigating the relationship between racism and racist jokes.
Bergmann 1986 and La Follette and Shanks 1993 argue for a tight relationship between enjoying racist jokes and having racist beliefs.
In contrast, Benatar 1999 and Lengbeyer 2005 argue that one need not hold racist beliefs to enjoy racist jokes.Unlike La Follette and Shanks, Benatar argues that racist jokes are not always wrong.