Gender and the Nuclear Family in Twenty-First-Century Horror

Gender and the Nuclear Family in Twenty-First-Century Horror

English | PDF | 2016 | 222 Pages | ISBN : 1137536772 | 2.54 MB

Gender and the Nuclear Family in Twenty-First-Century Horror is the first book-length project to focus specifically on the ways that patriarchal decline and post-feminist ideology are portrayed in popular American horror films of the twenty-first century.
Through analyses of such films as Orphan, Insidious, and Carrie, Kimberly Jackson reveals how the destruction of male figures and depictions of female monstrosity in twenty-first-century horror cinema suggest that contemporary American culture finds itself at a cultural standstill between a post-patriarchal society and post-feminist ideology.

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