Narrativas islamofóbicas y series de animación para adultosuna tiranía de lo visual

  1. Yasmina Romero Morales
  2. Natividad Garrido Rodríguez
Revista Comunicación y Medios

ISSN: 0719-1529 0716-3991

Year of publication: 2018

Issue Title: Ficciones Televisivas Contemporáneas

Issue: 37

Pages: 119-130

Type: Article

DOI: 10.5354/RCM.V27I37.48467 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

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In the present work three series of animation for adults will be examined in emission still in Spain: The Simpson, American dad! and Family Guy. Your gratuitousness, your accessible and “comical” language, and your attractive format allowed to million television viewers to approach not daily realities as can be the case of the persons’ representation of other cultural contexts. From of the Cultural Studies that privilege an ideological reading of the culture, have been selected episodes of Arabic-Islamic subject, with the intention of examining some of the narratives islamophobics more generalized in the Arabic-Islamic culture.