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  • The Age of Persuasionby Terry O'Reilly; Mike Tennant

    Counterpoint 2010; US$ 26.00

    Stop to consider the culture of the 21st century: Each morning, you might hear a half-dozen ads on the radio before your feet touch the floor. Staggering out of bed, you?ll pass brand logos on your clothing and in your bathroom. By the end of the day, hundreds perhaps thousands of marketing messages have targeted you. And yet so little is understood... more...

  • The Amazing Transforming Superhero!by Terrence R. Wandtke

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2007; US$ 35.00

    This collection of essays analyzes the many ways in which comic book and film superheroes have been revised or rewritten in response to changes in real-world politics, social mores, and popular culture. Among many topics covered are the jingoistic origin of Captain America in the wake of the McCarthy hearings, the post-World War II fantasy-feminist... more...

  • Anime from Akira to Princess Mononokeby Susan J. Napier

    Palgrave Macmillan 2001; US$ 34.00

    With the popularity of Pokemon still far from waning, Japanese animation, known as anime to its fans, has a firm hold on American pop culture. However, anime is much more than children's cartoons. It runs the gamut from historical epics to sci-fi sexual thrillers. Often dismissed as fanciful entertainment, anime is actually quite adept at portraying... more...

  • Beyond Beliefby Deborah E. Lipstadt

    Touchstone 1993; US$ 24.95

    This most complete study to date of American press reactions to the Holocaust sets forth in abundant detail how the press nationwide played down or even ignored reports of Jewish persecutions over a twelve-year period. more...

  • The Big Lebowski and Philosophyby William Irwin; Peter S. Fosl

    Wiley 2012; US$ 18.95

    Celebrate the Dude with an abiding look at the philosophy behind The Big Lebowski Is the Dude a bowling-loving stoner or a philosophical genius living the good life? Naturally, it's the latter, and The Big Lebowski and Philosophy explains why. Enlisting the help of great thinkers like Plato and Nietzsche, the book explores the movie's hidden... more...

  • Blogging, Citizenship and the Future of Mediaby Mark Tremayne

    Taylor & Francis 2006; US$ 26.95

    We have all heard that Americans are increasingly turning to blogs for news, information, and entertainment. But what is the content of blogs? Who writes them? What is the consequence of the population's growing dependence on blogs for political information? What are the effects of blogging? Do readers trust blogs as credible sources of information?.... more...

  • The Boy Genius and the Mogulby Daniel Stashower

    Crown/Archetype 2002; US$ 24.95

    The world remembers Edison, Ford, and the Wright Brothers. But what about Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television, an innovation that did as much as any other to shape the twentieth century? That question lies at the heart of The Boy Genius and the Mogul , Daniel Stashower's captivating chronicle of television's true inventor, the battle he... more...

  • The Boy Who Cried Freebirdby Mitch Myers

    HarperCollins 2008; US$ 11.99

    Wedding the American oral storytelling tradition with progressive music journalism, Mitch Myers' The Boy Who Cried Freebird is a treatise on the popular music culture of the twentieth century. Trenchant, insightful, and wonderfully strange, this literary mix-tape is authentic music history . . . except when it isn't. Myers outrageously blends short... more...

  • Bullies and Mean Girls in Popular Cultureby Patrice A. Oppliger

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2013; US$ 45.00

    The numerous anti-bullying programs in schools across the United States have done little to reduce the number of reported bullying instances. One reason for this is that little attention has been paid to the role of the media and popular culture in adolescents' bullying and mean-girl behavior. This book addresses media role models in television,... more...

  • Celebrity Societyby Robert van Krieken

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 50.95

    On television, in magazines and books, on the internet and in films, celebrities of all sorts seem to monopolize our attention. Celebrity Society brings new dimensions to our understanding of celebrity, capturing the way in which the figure of ?the celebrity? is bound up with the emergence of modernity. It outlines how the ?celebrification of society?... more...