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by jan jagodzinski

eBook Youth Fantasies: The Perverse Landscape of the Media ePub
Author: jan jagodzinski
Language: English
ISBN: 1403961654
ISBN13: 978-1403961655
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2004 edition (October 8, 2004)
Pages: 281
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 548
Formats: doc lrf lit mobi
ePub file: 1770 kb
Fb2 file: 1827 kb

Youth Fantasies is a collection of studies conducted in cross-cultural . A Lacanian Approach to Media. Bibliographic Information. Youth Fantasies: The Perverse Landscape of the Media.

Youth Fantasies is a collection of studies conducted in cross-cultural collaboration over the past ten years that theorizes 'youth fantasy'; as manifested through the media of TV, film, and computer games. Unlike other media studies and education books, the authors employ both Lacanian and Kleinian. Is Kronos Eating Our Children? Historical Fathers. The Contradictory Demands of the Superego: Contemporary Fathers.

Youth Fantasies: The Perverse Landscape of the Media.

Youth Fantasies book  . Start by marking Youth Fantasies: The Perverse Landscape of the Media as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Unlike other media studies and education books, the authors employ both Lacanian and Kleinian psychoanalytic concepts to attempt to make sense of teen culture and the influence of mass media. The collection includes case studies of X-Files fans, the influence of computer games and the 'Lara Croft' phenomenon, and the reception of Western television by Tanzanian youth.

His approach is decidedly psychoanalytic, drawing inspiration from a Lacanian paradigm as developed by the spirited writing of Slavoj Zizek.

Youth Fantasies The Perverse Landscape of the Media.

jagodzinski's book is troubling, but his insights bring home the dissonance that exists within a culture that privileges youthfulness, marketing . The book is separated into two parts

jagodzinski's book is troubling, but his insights bring home the dissonance that exists within a culture that privileges youthfulness, marketing to/for youth, and instant gratification. The book is separated into two parts. In Part One of the book, jagodzinski introduces his basic thesis and articulates perversions of behavior and cognition that are related to the widespread influences of media culture.

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Youth Fantasies is a collection of studies conducted in cross-cultural collaboration over the past ten years that theorizes 'youth fantasy'; as manifested through the media of TV, film, and computer games. Unlike other media studies and education books, the authors employ both Lacanian and Kleinian psychoanalytic concepts to attempt to make sense of teen culture and the influence of mass media. The collection includes case studies of X-Files fans, the influence of computer games and the 'Lara Croft' phenomenon, and the reception of Western television by Tanzanian youth. The authors see this book as a much needed reconciliation between cultural studies and Lacanian psychoanalysis, and attempt to highlight why Lacan is important to note when exploring youth fantasy and interest in the media, especially in shows like X-Files .
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