This Book Of Interdisciplinary Essays Explores How Youth Has Been Represented In American Culture The Book Focuses On Familiar Literary, Film And Television Texts Set Within A Framework Of Ideas Drawn From Cultural And Social Theory, Presenting Innovative And Challenging Analyses Of New And Classic Texts From The 1890s To The 1990s The Collection Contributes To The Necessary And Important Debate Over The Meanings Of Youth Representation Within American Culture, Emphasising The Ideological Nature Of Youth And Its Centrality To A Complex Reading Of Popular Culture In Particular, The Book Examines Issues Of Gender, Race And Sexuality As Central To The Construction Of Youth Identity And To The Other Significant Relationships Between Youth And Authority It Deliberately Asserts The Contradictions In Youth Representations And Denies Any Easy Definitions That Might Serve To Compound Stereotypes Or Sustain Vested Interests.
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- 232 pages
- Radiant Hour: Versions of Youth in American Culture (Representing American Culture)
- Neil Campbell
- 11 December 2017 Neil Campbell