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Conners, Joan L. "Popular Culture in Political Cartoons. Analyzing Cartoonist Approaches." In: PS: Political Science and Politics 40.2 (2007), S. 261–265. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: englisch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1017/S1049096507070400
BibTeX citation key: Conners2007
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Keywords: Intertextualität, Karikatur, Politik, Populärkultur, Randformen des Comics, USA
Creators: Conners
Collection: PS: Political Science and Politics
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To what extent do political cartoonists use popular culture references to make sense of political culture? Seeing images in 2004, depicting Vice President Dick Cheney as Darth Vader from Star Wars, John Edwards as the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, and John Kerry as Frankenstein’s monster, it is clear that some editorial cartoonists make connections between our popular culture and our political culture. Why, and with what possible consequences?
  
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