Drawn to the gods: religion and humor in the Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy

Sacred centers -- The difference race makes: Native American Religions, Hinduism, and Judaism -- American Christianity, part 1: backwards neighbors -- American Christianity, part 2: American Christianities as dangerous threats -- Stigma, stupidity, and exclusion: "cults" and Muslims -- Lis...

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Main Author: Feltmate, David
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York New York University Press [2017]
In:Year: 2017
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B The Simpsons / South Park / Family Guy / USA / Folk culture / Television / Religion
IxTheo Classification:AD Sociology of religion; religious policy
AG Religious life; material religion
CD Christianity and Culture
Further subjects:B Religion on television
B United States Religion 1960-
B Television broadcasting Religious aspects
B Animated television programs History and criticism United States
B Popular Culture United States
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:Sacred centers -- The difference race makes: Native American Religions, Hinduism, and Judaism -- American Christianity, part 1: backwards neighbors -- American Christianity, part 2: American Christianities as dangerous threats -- Stigma, stupidity, and exclusion: "cults" and Muslims -- List of episodes referenced
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-277) and index
ISBN:1479822183