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    Anne Magnussen, "Comics and Power: Representing and Questioning Culture, Subjects and Communities"
    English | ISBN: 1443870862 | 2015 | 355 pages | PDF | 7 MB

    Many introductions to comics scholarship books begin with an anecdote recounting the author's childhood experiences reading comics, thereby testifying to the power of comics to engage and impact youth, but comics and power are intertwined in a numbers of ways that go beyond concern for children's reading habits. Comics and Power presents very different methods of studying the complex and diverse relationship between comics and power. Divided into three Sections, its 14 chapters discuss how comics interact with, reproduce, and/or challenge existing power structures - from the comics medium and its institutions to discourses about art, subjectivity, identity, and communities. The contributors and their work, as such, represent a new generation of comics research that combines the study of comics as a unique art form with a focus on the ways in which comics - like any other medium - participate in shaping the societies of which they are part.
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