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Love and Ideology in the Afternoon: Soap Opera, Women and Television Genre (Arts & Politics of the Everyday) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – September 1995

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  • Taschenbuch: 176 Seiten
  • Verlag: Indiana Univ Pr (September 1995)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 025320965X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0253209658
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,5 x 21 cm
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'Why do I like soap operas?' Laura Stempel Mumford asks, and her answer emerges in a feminist analysis of soap opera that participates in current debates about popular culture, television, and ideology. She argues that the conventional daytime soap has an implicit and at times explicit political agenda that cooperates in the 'teaching' of male dominance and the related oppressions of racism, classism, and heterosexismNso that they seem inevitable. Unlike other critics of the genre, Mumford situates her argument within her own history as a soap opera viewer and her struggle to reconcile her pleasure in the genre with a recognition of the form's repressive tendencies.Mumford blends theory, criticism, and personal practice into a detailed analysis of the genre and its viewers: the different levels of viewer competence crucial to understanding soap opera narratives; how soaps blur the boundaries between public and private spheres to construct a particular kind of community; the functions of clusure in programs' narratives and viewer expectations about particular storylines; the paternity mystery, a fictional restatement of the power of the father; and, various elements surrounding soap operas, such as fan magazines, network programming strategies.

"All My Children", "General Hospital", "Another World", "One Life to Live", "Days of Our Lives", "The Young and the Restless": a close reading of their texts will also answer some larger questions about television and its place in the broad landscape of popular culture.

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LAURA STEMPEL MUMFORD has written about TV, women s fiction, feminist theory, style, and about the experience of being an independent scholar. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin."

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Von Ein Kunde am 4. Oktober 1998
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This attack on soap opera attempts to tell the readers that soap opera, like other forms of popular entertainment, glorifies the role of the father and brainwashes its viewers to be submissive to patriarchal imperitives However, the theory in this book simply panders to the most narrow-minded of extremist feminists. The theory does not fit the facts. Soap opera is one of the major popular entertainments that permits critical questions about the excesses of the father's prerogatives to surface. By discussing small fragments of soap opera story arcs as if they were the whole thing, this book distorts its subject and renders a major disservice to its reader.
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This attack on soap opera attempts to tell the readers that soap opera, like other forms of popular entertainment, glorifies the role of the father and brainwashes its viewers to be submissive to patriarchal imperitives However, the theory in this book simply panders to the most narrow-minded of extremist feminists. The theory does not fit the facts. Soap opera is one of the major popular entertainments that permits critical questions about the excesses of the father's prerogatives to surface. By discussing small fragments of soap opera story arcs as if they were the whole thing, this book distorts its subject and renders a major disservice to its reader.
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