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- DescriptionThis entertaining and informative book is a fun and intelligent look at how our society is reflected in the hit TV show The Simpsons , and how The Simpsons is reflected in society. This book looks at subjects, such as: parenting, gender roles, individuality, expression, politics, and many others. This book is currently being taught at Tufts, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Colorado at Denver.
- Author BiographySteven Keslowitz is a University Scholar in the CUNY Honors College at Brooklyn College. He has presented a number of lectures on The Simpsons and has appeared on NBC's Early Today and Fox 5 News. Steven's writings on The Simpsons have received international recognition, as he has given interviews with radio stations in the United States, Canada, and Ireland. His views on the political and social significance of The Simpsons have been featured in more than five hundred newspapers and other media outlets across four continents, including The Washington Post, NY Daily News, Miami Herald, Toronto Star, CNN.com, Yahoo! Asia, and MSNBC.com. His writing on The Simpsons is required reading for English, Writing, Sociology, and Simpsons courses taught at Tufts University, Carnegie Mellon University, Drury University, Montana State University, and the University of Colorado at Denver, among others.
- Author(s)Steven Keslowitz
- PublisherSourcebooks, Inc
- Date of Publication31/05/2006
- SubjectHumour: Collections & General
- Place of PublicationNaperville
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSourcebooks, Inc
- Out-of-print date27/06/2013
- Weight381 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine18 mm
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