The Wow Climax follows in the path of this more laudatory tradition, drawing out the range of emotions in popular culture and mapping what we might call an aesthetic of immediacy. It pulls together a spirited range of work from Henry Jenkins, one of our most astute media scholars, that spans different media film, television, literature, comics, games , genres slapstick, melodrama, horror, exploitation cinema , and emotional reactions shock, laughter, sentimentality. Whether highlighting the sentimentality at the heart of the Lassie franchise, examining the emotional experiences created by horror filmmakers like Wes Craven and David Cronenberg and avant garde artist Matthew Barney, or discussing the emerging aesthetics of video games, these essays get to the heart of what gives popular culture its emotional impact.
A series of collected essays on the subheading topic.
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Henry Jenkins. Ekman, P. Nonverbal leakage and clues to deception. Psychiatry, 32 , Modernity and self identity : Self and society in the late modern age. Cambridge: Polity press. Goffman, E. The Presentation of self in everyday life. Woodstock, New York: Overlook.
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Gorton, K. Theorizing emotion and affect: Feminist engagements.
Feminist Theory , 8 , Reality TV: Audiences and popular factual television. London: Routledge. Hirdman, A. In visibility and the display of gendered desire; Masculinity in mainstream soft-and hardcore pornography. NORA 15 , The wow climax: tracing the emotional impact of popular culture.
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Koivunen, A. An affective turn? Reimagining the subject of feminist theory. Working with affect in feminist readings. Disturbing differences. New York: Routledge.
Kottler, J. Theories of crying. In Vingerhoets, A.
Lutz, T. The natural and cultural history of tears. New York: W. Lynch, M.
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Transnational Broadcasting Studies. No sense of place: The impact of electronic media on social behaviour. New York: Oxford University Press. Padmala, S. Emotional experience is subject to social and technological change: extrapolating to the future. Social Science Information , 40 , What are emotions? And how can they be measured? Social Science Information , 44 ,
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