Gender Violence and Popular Culture

Gender  Violence and Popular Culture

Telling stories: an essay on gender, violence and popular culture -- Morality, legality and gender violence in Angel -- Policing the boundaries of desire in Buffy the vampire slayer -- Gender, ethics and political community in Generation ...

Author: Laura J. Shepherd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415517959

Category: Political Science

Page: 153

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This book examines the intersection of gender and violence in popular culture. Drawing on the latest thinking in critical international relations, media and cultural studies and gender studies, it focuses in particular on a number of popular TV shows including Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, Generation Kill, The Corner and The West Wing. The book makes a unique theoretical contribution to the ‘narrative turn’ in International Relations by illustrating the ways in which popular culture and global politics are intertwined and how we make sense of our worlds through these two frames. Methodologically, the book enhances discourse-theoretical analysis in IR through its incorporation of methods from narratology and film studies. The book proposes an aesthetic ethicopolitical approach to global politics which challenges us to interrogate how it becomes possible that we think what we think, it challenges the truths that we hold to be self-evident and that which we take to be common sense. It demands that we think carefully, critically, uncomfortably, about our world(s) – even when we’re ‘only’ watching television.
Categories: Political Science

Rape Culture Gender Violence and Religion

Rape Culture  Gender Violence  and Religion

This book explores the Bible’s ongoing relevance in contemporary discussions around rape culture and gender violence.

Author: Caroline Blyth

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319706696

Category: Religion

Page: 220

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This book explores the Bible’s ongoing relevance in contemporary discussions around rape culture and gender violence. Each chapter considers the ways that biblical texts and themes engage with various forms of gender violence, including the subjective, physical violence of rape, the symbolic violence of misogynistic and heteronormative discourses, and the structural violence of patriarchal power systems. The authors within this volume attempt to name (and shame) the multiple forms of gender violence present within the biblical traditions, contesting the erasure of this violence within both the biblical texts themselves and their interpretive traditions. They also consider the complex connections between biblical gender violence and the perpetuation and validation of rape culture in contemporary popular culture. This volume invites new and ongoing conversations about the Bible’s complicity in rape-supportive cultures and practices, challenging readers to read these texts in light of the global crisis of gender violence.
Categories: Religion

Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture

Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture

Popular. Culture. and. the. Digital. Revolution. Michele Lloyd Introduction Domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is among the most significant public health concerns, and efforts to increase awareness have not translated into less violence ...

Author: Shulamit Ramon

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781838677831

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

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As binge-watching and streaming lead to increasing amounts of content and screen time, understanding how domestic violence and abuse is portrayed in popular culture and its impact on DVA in our society is more important than ever. This collection demonstrates how networked communication is influencing activism, both online and in the real-world.
Categories: Social Science

Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault in Popular Culture

Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault in Popular Culture

One experimental study examined exposure to the attitude toward dating violence held by teens exposed to rap ... Gender violence is one of the most common themes in popular culture, especially in genres targeted to adolescent audiences.

Author: Laura L. Finley

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440837951

Category: Social Science

Page: 188

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Using historical and current examples from film, television, literature, advertisements, and music, this book reveals the ways that rape and abuse are typically presented—and misrepresented—and evaluates the impact of these depictions on consumers. • Addresses both positive and negative depictions of domestic abuse and sexual assault from recent popular culture, utilizing examples from film, television, literature, music, advertisements, and more • Presents information that is ideal for undergraduate courses in gender studies, sociology, and psychology as well as communications and popular culture classes • Utilizes the most current research on dating and domestic and sexual violence to clearly demonstrate the importance of how these issues and crimes are depicted in popular culture • Provides a comprehensive appendix of additional resources that directs students in investigating the topic further
Categories: Social Science

Killing Women

Killing Women

The essays in this book explore gender and violence by focusing on visual culture -- films, museums, art, archives, and the news media -- and by engaging with contemporary theories and practices of identity politics and the debates about ...

Author: Susan Lord

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN: 9780889204973

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

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"The examination of women and violence has traditionally focused on women who are killed or who are the victims of violence. Women murderers were often portrayed as vengeful wronged women or as maternal protectors. Recently, however, there have been significant shifts in the characterization of women who kill, in both popular culture (Lara Croft, Buffy, and Kill Bill) and in the current global political landscape (the so-called angels of death in Palestine). The essays in this book explore gender and violence by focusing on visual culture -- films, museums, art, archives, and the news media -- and by engaging with contemporary theories and practices of identity politics and the debates about the ethics and politics of representation itself. Does representation create or recreate the conditions of violence? Is representation itself a form of violence? Weaving between fact and fiction, the contributors examine the powerful role culture plays in the production and reproduction of social meaning. The collection offers fresh analyses of well-established sources for the study of women and violence, including the horror film and the court trials of women who have killed their abusive husbands. It adds significant new dimensions to the characterization of gender and violence with the inclusion of nationalism and war, feminist media, and the exploration of violence circulated through non-obvious sources, such as medical cultural practice and the information society."--P. [4] of cover.
Categories: Social Science

Handbook on Gender and Violence

Handbook on Gender and Violence

This chapter has considered three snapshots of contemporary popular culture – advertising, television, and celebrity culture – as a way into thinking about the representation of gender and violence. These are just a few of many genres: ...

Author: Laura J. Shepherd

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788114691

Category: Social Science

Page: 480

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Containing contributions from leading experts in the field, this Handbook explores the many ways gender and violence interact across different contexts and offers a range of disciplinary perspectives. This comprehensive volume connects micro-level interpersonal violence to macro-level structural forms of violence across three discrete but interrelated sections: concepts, representations, and contexts.
Categories: Social Science

Mystery Violence and Popular Culture

Mystery  Violence  and Popular Culture

See antagonists violence : as American cultural preoccupation , 155-56 ; in American culture , 210-16 ; anarchy and ... in gangster sagas , 153 , 159-60 , 162– 63 ; and gender in westerns , 87-88 ; global popular culture and , 155-56 ...

Author: John G. Cawelti

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 0299196348

Category: Social Science

Page: 410

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Mystery, Violence, and Popular Culture is John G. Cawelti’s discussion of American popular culture and violence, from its precursors in Homer and Shakespeare to the Lone Ranger and Superman. Cawelti deciphers the overt sexuality, detached violence, and political intrigue embedded within Batman and .007. He analyzes the work of such famous pop-culture icons as Alfred Hitchcock, the Beatles, and Andy Warhol, and looks at a range of films, from Psycho and Dances with Wolves, and literature, from The Waste Land to Catch 22. Examples from popular movies, television, literature, and music, according to the author, characterize the evolving psychological, sociological, and political state of a nation. The book explores the relationship between racial and cultural groups in popular media such as Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. Here also are new perspectives on mystery literature, the detective story, and twentieth-century mystery writers from one of the founders of popular culture studies.
Categories: Social Science

Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age

Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age

The series is fiercely pluralist in its approaches to the study of popular culture and world politics and is interested in the past, present, and future cultural dimensions of hegemony, resistance, and power. Gender, Violence and ...

Author: Laura J. Shepherd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317376026

Category: Political Science

Page: 208

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The practices of world politics are now scrutinised in a way that is unprecedented, with even those previously – or conventionally assumed to be – disengaged from international affairs being drawn into world politics by social media. Interactive websites allow users to follow election results in real-time from the other side of the world, and online mapping means that the world ‘out there’ is now available on your mobile phone. Understanding Popular Culture and World Politics in the Digital Age engages these themes in contemporary world politics, to better understand how digital communication through new media technologies changes our encounters with the world. Whether the focus is digital media, social networking or user-generated content, these sites of political activity and the artefacts they produce have much to tell us about how we engage world politics in the contemporary age. This volume represents the starting point of a dialogue about how digital technologies are beginning to impact the research and practice of scholars and practitioners in the field of International Relations, with the collection of cutting-edge essays dealing specifically with the intertextuality of world politics and digital popular culture. This book will be of use to International Relations research academics (and critically engaged publics) interested in the core themes of global politics – subjectivity, militarism, humanitarianism, civil society organisation, and governance. The book also employs theories and techniques closely associated with other social science disciplines, including political theory, sociology, cultural studies and media studies.
Categories: Political Science

Environmentalism in Popular Culture

Environmentalism in Popular Culture

Although there are other books that examine questions of culture and environment, this is the first book to employ a global feminist environmental justice analysis to focus on how racial inequality, gendered patterns of work, and ...

Author: No‘l Sturgeon

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 0816525811

Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

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In this thoughtful and highly readable book, Noël Sturgeon illustrates the myriad and insidious ways in which American popular culture depicts social inequities as “natural” and how our images of “nature” interfere with creating solutions to environmental problems that are just and fair for all. Why is it, she wonders, that environmentalist messages in popular culture so often “naturalize” themes of heroic male violence, suburban nuclear family structures, and U.S. dominance in the world? And what do these patterns of thought mean for how we envision environmental solutions, like “green” businesses, recycling programs, and the protection of threatened species? Although there are other books that examine questions of culture and environment, this is the first book to employ a global feminist environmental justice analysis to focus on how racial inequality, gendered patterns of work, and heteronormative ideas about the family relate to environmental questions. Beginning in the late 1980s and moving to the present day, Sturgeon unpacks a variety of cultural tropes, including ideas about Mother Nature, the purity of the natural, and the allegedly close relationships of indigenous people with the natural world. She investigates the persistence of the “myth of the frontier” and its extension to the frontier of space exploration. She ponders the popularity (and occasional controversy) of penguins (and penguin family values) and questions assumptions about human warfare as “natural.” The book is intended to provoke debates—among college students and graduate students, among their professors, among environmental activists, and among all citizens who are concerned with issues of environmental quality and social equality.
Categories: Philosophy

Interrogating Postfeminism

Interrogating Postfeminism

DIVFeminist essays examining postfeminism in American and British popular culture./div "This is a benchmark text: rich, authoritative, timely.

Author: Yvonne Tasker

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822340321

Category: Social Science

Page: 344

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DIVFeminist essays examining postfeminism in American and British popular culture./div
Categories: Social Science

Gender Agency and Violence

Gender  Agency and Violence

1Sally Engle Merry, Gender Violence: A Cultural Perspective (Oxford: WileyBlackwell, 2008), p. 1. ... and Susan Lord (Waterloo/Ontario: Wilfried Laurier University Press, 2006); Laura J. Shepherd, Gender, Violence and Popular Culture.

Author: Dr Ulrike Zitzlsperger

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443853217

Category: Social Science

Page: 255

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Gender, Agency and Violence: European Perspectives from Early Modern Times to the Present Day centres on literary, cinematic and artistic male and female perpetrators of violence and their discourses. This volume takes an interdisciplinary and cross-European approach – covering French, German, English and Italian case-studies from the sixteenth to the twentieth century and allowing for the exploration of recurrent themes. The contributions also facilitate an insight into how the arts and media respond to historical turning points which, time and again, challenge the link between gender, agency and violence for individuals and society alike.
Categories: Social Science

Sexing War Policing Gender

Sexing War Policing Gender

Motherhood, myth and women's political violence Linda Åhäll. Popular Culture and World Politics Edited by Matt Davies, Newcastle University, Kyle Grayson, Newcastle University, Simon Philpott, Newcastle University, Christina Rowley, ...

Author: Linda Åhäll

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317962281

Category: Political Science

Page: 168

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Historically, there has been reluctance, from mainstream IR scholars as well as feminists, to seriously engage with women’s agency in warfare. Instead, scholarship has tended to focus on women’s activism for peace or to ignore women’s agency altogether. This book rectifies this omission by exploring the cultural understanding of actors, agents and structures of war and how can we make sense of attitudes towards women, agency and war today. By using a poststructuralist feminist perspective and by analysing empirical cases from a Western ‘war on terror’ cultural context, Ahall argues that all types of stories are informed by ideas about motherhood and maternal reproduction as the foundation of sexual difference. This does not only mean that women are judged/read/valued based on the shape of their, maternalised, bodies, rather than what they actually do, but, it means that ideas about motherhood, not motherhood itself, function to police contemporary gender norms and contemporary understandings of agency in war. Overall, this book argues that maternalist war stories function to reiterate traditional heteronormative gender roles. This is how a ‘body politics’ of war is not only policing gender norms but actually writing ‘sex’ itself. The body politics of war told through maternalist war stories is a process in which the sexing of war means the policing of gender borders, with motherhood acting as the border agent. This work will be of interest to students and scholars in areas such as gender, political violence and international relations.
Categories: Political Science

Gender Agency and Political Violence

Gender  Agency and Political Violence

Thirteen case studies on violent subjects, reason, and emotion demonstrate different ways in which we understand political violence, security, resistance, power, and agency, and how we make sense of gender.

Author: Linda Åhäll

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 0230293905

Category: Social Science

Page: 272

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Gender is not a 'security issue', but it tells us a lot about how, why and when certain subjects are written as security concerns. Thirteen case studies on violent subjects, reason, and emotion demonstrate different ways in which we understand political violence, security, resistance, power, and agency, and how we make sense of gender.
Categories: Social Science

Nationalism and Popular Culture

Nationalism and Popular Culture

Shekhovtsov, A. (2009) “ApoliteicMusic: Neo-Folk, Martial Industrial and 'Metapolitical Fascism',” Patterns of Prejudice, 43(5): 431–57. Shepherd, L.J. (2013) Gender, Violence and Popular Culture: Telling Stories, London and New York: ...

Author: Tim Nieguth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000033250

Category: Political Science

Page: 12

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How do nations come to shape our collective imagination so profoundly? This book argues that the power of national identity and national belonging stems, in part, from the ways in which nationalism is embedded in popular culture. Comprised of chapters covering a wide range of cases from both the Global North and Global South (including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Europe, Israel, Pakistan, and the United States), the text unpacks the connections between nationalism and film, television, music, and other facets of everyday culture. In doing so, it demonstrates that popular culture can help us understand why and how nationhood has become so deeply entrenched in modern society. This book will be of interest to scholars of political science, nationalism, sociology, history, media studies, and cultural studies.
Categories: Political Science

Feminist Theory and Pop Culture

Feminist Theory and Pop Culture

As a critical intercultural scholar, her research interests span Black feminist thought, critical race theory, popular culture, gender violence, sport, and education. Most recently, Dr. Griffin has published in Critical Studies in Media ...

Author: Adrienne Trier-Bieniek

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463000611

Category: Education

Page: 133

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Feminist Theory and Pop Culture synthesizes feminist theory with modern portrayals of gender in media culture. This comprehensive and interdisciplinary text includes an introductory chapter written by the editor as well as nine contributor chapters of original content. Included in the text: • Historical illustration of feminist theory • Application of feminist research methods for the study of gender • Feminist theoretical perspectives such as the male gaze, feminist standpoint theory, Black feminist thought, queer theory, masculinity theory, theories of feminist activism and postfeminism • Contributor chapters cover a range of topics from Western perspectives on Belly Dance classes to television shows such as GIRLS, Scandal and Orange is the New Black, as well as chapters which discuss gendered media forms like “chick lit”, comic books and Western perspectives of non-Western culture in film • Feminist theory as represented in the different waves of feminism, including a discussion of a fourth wave • Pedagogical features • Suggestions for further reading on topics covered • Discussion questions for classroom use Feminist Theory and Pop Culture was designed for classroom use and has been written with an eye toward engaging students in discussion. The book’s polished perspective on feminist theory juxtaposes popular culture with theoretical perspectives which have served as a foundation for the study of gender. This interdisciplinary text can serve as a primary or supplemental reading in undergraduate or graduate courses which focus on gender, pop culture, feminist theory or media studies. “This excellent anthology grounds feminism as articulated through four waves and features feminists responding to pop culture, while recognizing that popular culture has responded in complicated ways to feminisms. Contributors proffer lucid and engaging critiques of topics ranging from belly dancing through Fifty Shades of Grey, Scandal and Orange is the New Black. This book is a good read as well as an excellent text to enliven and inform in the classroom.” Dr. Jane Caputi Professor of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Communication & Multimedia at Florida Atlantic University “Feminist Theory and Pop Culture is destined to be as popular as the culture it critiques. The text plays up the paradoxes of contemporary feminism and requires its readers to ask difficult questions about how and why the popular bring us pleasure. It is a contemporary collection that captures this moment in feminist time with diverse analyses of women’s representations across an impressive swath of popular culture. Feminist Theory and Pop Culture is the kind of text that makes me want to redesign my pop culture course. Again.” Dr. Ebony A. Utley, Assistant Professor of Communication at California State University-Long Beach, author of Rap and Religion Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, Ph.D. is a professor of sociology at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida. She is the author of Sing Us a Song, Piano Woman: Female Fans and the Music of Tori Amos (Scarecrow 2013) and the co-editor of Gender & Pop Culture: A Text-Reader (Sense 2014). www.adriennetrier-bieniek.com
Categories: Education

Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture

Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture

that antebellum culture afforded to those classified as white. When white female characters stood up for themselves, took charge in dangerous situations, and threatened violence against male villains, they provided an alternative to the ...

Author: Sarah N. Roth

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139992800

Category: History

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In the decades leading to the Civil War, popular conceptions of African American men shifted dramatically. The savage slave featured in 1830s' novels and stories gave way by the 1850s to the less-threatening humble black martyr. This radical reshaping of black masculinity in American culture occurred at the same time that the reading and writing of popular narratives were emerging as largely feminine enterprises. In a society where women wielded little official power, white female authors exalted white femininity, using narrative forms such as autobiographies, novels, short stories, visual images, and plays, by stressing differences that made white women appear superior to male slaves. This book argues that white women, as creators and consumers of popular culture media, played a pivotal role in the demasculinization of black men during the antebellum period, and consequently had a vital impact on the political landscape of antebellum and Civil War-era America through their powerful influence on popular culture.
Categories: History

Marriage in Turkish German Popular Culture

Marriage in Turkish German Popular Culture

(Kelek 2007, 89) Sherene Razack, like many others, is concerned about this “culturalizing” (2004, 131) of the debate about forced marriage and violence against women. When forced marriage and other forms of gender-based violence are ...

Author: Heather Merle Benbow

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498522632

Category: Social Science

Page: 178

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Marriage is a central trope in popular portrayals of Germany’s largest ethnic minority. In exploring Turkish-German matrimony in popular genres including autoethnography, chick lit, wedding film and ethno-sitcom, this book reveals the fascinating interactions of gender, sexuality and ethnicity in contemporary Germany.
Categories: Social Science

The Politics of HBO s The Wire

The Politics of HBO   s The Wire

Popular Culture and World Politics Edited by: Matt Davies (Newcastle University) Kyle Grayson (Newcastle ... Gender, Violence and Popular Culture Telling stories Laura J. Shepherd Aesthetic Modernism and Masculinity in Fascist Italy ...

Author: Shirin Deylami

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136025921

Category: Political Science

Page: 180

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This innovative new work suggests that The Wire reflects, not simply a cultural take on contemporary America, but a structural critique of the conditions of late-modernity and global capitalism. As such, it is a visual text worth investigating and exploring for its nuanced examination of power, difference and inequality. Deylami & Havercroft bring together nine essays addressing issues of interest to a range of academic fields in order to engage with this important cultural intervention that has transfixed audiences and sparked debate within the social scientific community. While the TV show is primarily focused upon the urban politics of Baltimore, the contributors to this volume read Baltimore as a global city. That is, they argue that the relations between race, class, power, and violence that the series examines only make sense if we understand that inner city Baltimore is a node in a larger global network of violence and economic inequality. The book is divided into three interrelated sections focusing on systemic and cultural violence, the rise and decline of national and state formations, and the dysfunctional and destructive forces of global capitalism. Throughout the series the relation of the urban to the global is constantly being explored. This innovative new volume explains clearly how The Wire portrays this interaction, and what this representation can show social scientists interested in race, neo-liberal processes of globalization, criminality, gender, violence and surveillance.
Categories: Political Science

The International Politics of Fashion

The International Politics of Fashion

iiii Popular Culture and World Politics Edited by Matt Davies, Newcastle University, Kyle Grayson, ... Gender, Violence and Popular Culture Telling stories Laura J. Shepherd Aesthetic Modernism and Masculinity in Fascist Italy John ...

Author: Andreas Behnke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317656234

Category: Political Science

Page: 222

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This book seeks to address and fill a puzzling omission in contemporary critical IR scholarship. Following on from the aesthetic turn in IR, critical and ‘postmodern’ IR has produced an impressive array of studies into movies, literature, music and art and the way these media produce, mediate, and represent international politics. By contrast, the proponents of the aesthetic turn have overlooked fashion as a source of knowledge about global politics. Yet stories about the political role of fashion abound in the news media. Margaret Thatcher used dress to define her political image, and more recently the fascination with Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni and other women in similar positions, and the discussions about the appropriateness of their wardrobes, regularly makes the news. In Sudan, a female writer and activist successfully challenged the government over her right to wear trousers in public and in Europe, the debate on women’s headscarves has politicised a garment item and turned it into a symbol of fundamentalism and oppression. In response, the contributors to this book investigate the politics of fashion from a variety of perspectives, addressing theoretical as well as empirical issues, establishing the critical study of fashion and its protagonists as a central contribution to the aesthetic turn in international politics. The politics of fashion go beyond these examples of the uses and abuses of textiles and fabrics for political purposes, extending into its very ‘grammar’ and vocabulary. This book will be a unique contribution to the field and will be of interest to students and scholars of international relations, critical IR theory and popular culture and world politics.
Categories: Political Science

Battlestar Galactica and International Relations

Battlestar Galactica and International Relations

Popular culture and World politics Edited by Matt Davies, Newcastle University; Kyle Grayson, ... Gender, Violence and Popular Culture Telling stories Laura J. Shepherd Aesthetic Modernism and Masculinity in Fascist Italy John Champagne ...

Author: Nicholas J. Kiersey

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135089689

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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Looking at a television franchise like Battlestar Galactica (BSG) is no longer news within the discipline of International Relations. A growing number of scholars in and out of IR are studying the importance of cultural artifacts – popular or otherwise – for the phenomena that make up the core of our discipline. The genre of science fiction offers the analyst an opportunity that cannot be matched by more mimetic genres, namely the chance to look at how sets of widely-circulating expectations of the social serve to constrain authors as they work to introduce as yet unexplored problematiques, the fantasy aspect in much of science fiction storytelling is premised simply on a material difference. As such, while the physical setting of a science fiction tale might appear novel, its imaginative life world will likely retain many elements of the world we already live in and which we can readily recognize as similar to our own. For Critical IR scholarship then, BSG presents an opportunity to examine how these purported homologies or elements of redundancy between the fantastic and the real have been drawn and perhaps to consider, too, whether the show can teach us things about world politics, its various logics and structures, which we might not otherwise be sensitive to. Tackling some of the key contemporary issues in IR, the writers of BSG have taken on a range of important political themes and issues, including the legitimacy of military government, the tactical utility of genocide, and even the philosophical implications of artificial intelligence technologies for the very category of what it means to be 'human'. The contributors in this book explore in depth the argument that one of the most important aspects of popular culture is to naturalize or normalise a certain social order by further entrenching the expectations of social behaviour upon which our mentalities of rule are founded. This work will be of interest to student and scholars of international relations, popular culture and security studies.
Categories: Political Science