In The Soul of Popular Culture, leading writers and critics, many of them influenced by the thought of C. G. Jung, draw upon the insights of depth psychology to delve into the meanings of TV programs like Star Trek and Fawlty Towers, movies such as The Piano and The Silence of the Lambs, and other contemporary media, as well as the public preoccupation with such issues as abortion, AIDS, the O.J. Simpson trial, and our enduring fascination with Elvis.Next, MARY ANN MATTOON offers us a challenge in her essay, aquot;Dirty Politics, Clean Voters?aquot; (chapter 18). Her question is whether nonvoters who try to avoid aquot; dirtyaquot; politics can remain aquot;clean. ... How could we discuss the cultureanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Soul of Popular Culture|
|Author||:||Mary Lynn Kittelson|
|Publisher||:||Open Court Publishing - 1998|