Blame Canada! : South Park and contemporary culture (Book, 2006) []
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Blame Canada! : South Park and contemporary culture

Author: Toni Johnson-Woods
Publisher: London : Continuum, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

"South Park" has no fear in tackling subjects as outlandish as Terry Schiavo, "The Passion of the Christ", and Tom Cruise's alleged homosexuality. It's a mixture of iconoclasm, cultural referents and  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Caricatures and cartoons
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Toni Johnson-Woods
ISBN: 0826417302 9780826417305 0826417310 9780826417312
OCLC Number: 64962773
Description: pages cm
Contents: Introduction: Yesterday's future is today --
Part One: Oh my god --
Who cares about a guy that makes beer?: history --
Towelie ban: South Park in the media --
Trapper keeper: internet and fandom --
Collect underpants: marketing --
Part Two: You killed Kenny! --
Warping fragile little minds: the show --
Ending fart sequence: humor --
Barnaby Jones as cultural text: reference, allusion, and intertextuality --
Token, give me a sweet bass line: sounds of South Park --
No, kitty, that's my potpie: food and drink --
Pissant American town: the community --
Kick the baby: the characters --
Teaching children to despise Paris Hilton: the celebrities --
Part Three: You bastards! --
Democrats piss me off: politics --
Tolerance, not stupidity: difference --
Blessed art thou: religion --
South Park is totally gay: sex and gender --
Conclusion: You know, I've learned something today.
Responsibility: Toni Johnson-Woods.


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