UEA Study says Swearing is Good
Researchers say swearing does have a role in the workplace.
A recent study suggests swearing around the workplace may be more beneficial than many people would think.
Researchers at our university found that swearing actually helped co-workers build relationships with one another and enabled them to truly express their feelings.
Swearing elicits feelings of trust and reliability and can reduce stress, the study found.
But the researchers were careful to point out that the use of too many expletives has a negative effect.
So they are not recommending everyone starts emulating the likes of Malcolm Tucker and Gordon Ramsey!
To see the full study for yourself, click here: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1626521&show=html
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