Pop Culture Goes to War, by Geoff Martin and Erin Steuter, explores the persistence of militarism in American popular culture in the war on terror, from 9/11 to the present day. The authors detail the role of Hollywood and the entertainment industries in rallying both the troops and the public for war and show how toys, video games, music, and television support contemporary militarism. At the same time that popular culture is enlisting support for militarism, it is also serving as a major source of resistance to the war on terror through the traditional mediums of music and movies, and increasingly through the humor and insight of anti-war artists who are jamming the culture of militarism. The satire of The Daily Show, The Simpsons, and South Park are further examples of so-called culture jamming. This book is for readers who question the persistence of a warrior culture and offers new insights into the perpetuation of militaristic values throughout American culture.Joe Lockard, aSocial Fear and the Terrorism Survival Guide, a in The Selling of9/II: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity, ed. ... aDell Goes a#39;Ballistica#39; with Design for New Latitude E6400 XFR Rugged Lapa top, a Dell, March 10, 2009, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pop Culture Goes to War|
|Author||:||Geoff Martin, Erin Steuter|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2010-07-24|