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Fugitive Cultures: Race, Violence, and Youth
This book examines the racist and sexist assault on today's youth which is being played out in the realms of popular and children's culture. The book interrogates the aesthetic of violence in a number of public arenas--talk radio, Disney animation, and in such films as "Pulp Fiction," "Kids," "Slackers," and "Juice,"--and challenges cultural workers and other progressives to help reverse the attack on those who are most powerless in American society, children and adolescents.
Contributor: Giroux, Henry A.
Author's address: Routledge, 29 West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001 (paperback: ISBN-0-415-91577-5, $12.95; cloth: ISBN-0-415-91578-3).
Date Published: 00-00
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010 Books; 120 Opinion Papers
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