Adoption, Cynical Detachment, and New Age Beliefs in Juno and Kung Fu Panda

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Chen, Fu-jen;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Purdue University
  • Subject: Juno | Kung Fu Panda | Global Capitalism | Adoption | Ideology | New Age Spirituality | comparative cultural studies | comparative popular culture | comparison of marginalities and culture | film and other media of cultural expression | gender studies | processes of cultural production | American Studies | Arts and Humanities | Comparative Literature | Education | European Languages and Societies | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Film and Media Studies | Other Arts and Humanities | Other Film and Media Studies | Reading and Language | Rhetoric and Composition | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Television | Theatre and Performance Studies

In his article "Adoption, Cynical Detachment, and New Age Beliefs in Juno and Kung Fu Panda" Fu-Jen Chen situates his study within today's prevailing climate of global consumption to argue that the 2007 film Juno—featuring an unconventional portrayal of the adoption tri... View more
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