The millennials, who constitute the largest generation in America's history, may resist a simple definition; nevertheless, they do share a number of common traits and also an ever increasing presence on film and television. This collection of new essays first situates the millennials within their historical context and then proceeds to an examination of specific characteristics--as addressed in the television and film narratives created about them, including their relationship to work, technology, family, religion, romance and history. Drawing on a multiplicity of theoretical frameworks, the essays show how these cultural products work at a number of levels, and through a variety of means, to shape our understanding of the millennials.Essays on the Politics of Popular Culture Betty Kaklamanidou, Margaret Tally ... This essay explores how the series engages with such a trend by depicting a group of friends who conform to the popularized concept ofakidults, a1or young adultsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Millennials on Film and Television|
|Author||:||Betty Kaklamanidou, Margaret Tally|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-02-27|