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author speaking as young adult that makes it obvious that it is an adult speaking, simplifies adolescent experience; bad impression; mouthpiece for adult's values
Ex. Peeps:Lacey/ Mel Glenn's poetry
Recuperation (Coined by the situationists) - when a capitalistic society takes a product/ ideas that is threatening it and disempowers it by taking those ideas and turning them into products and sell them back to the group in a less threatening way. How a consumerist/capitalistic society takes ideas (that are threatening) and turns them into products they can sell back to us
(EX: hackers in the feed made them dream about the riots, then they sell merchandise making riots seem cool and fun).
Terry Eagletons Ideology
unconscious beliefs about the world- modes of feelings/values/perceptions/beliefs which have some kind of relation to the maintenance and reproduction of social power - such as relationships of one group having power over another.
Louis Althusser Ideology
the process by which one generation's ideology is transferred to the next generation. The way that the culture calls us into the dominant way of their ideology. (EX: not stealing, monogamous relationships, to keep us in line.)
not in the world but is not a character but an authorative voice telling it
Can apply to sound: we hear noises during horror films, but character does not.
Narrartor that exists within the world and story but is also telling it
Ex: Life as we knew it, character and writing the story
what author wants us to get out of the book. Both implicit and explicit ideology express a way of understanding the world, giving one group power over another
may not be known by the author, not expressly stated
Ideological State Apparatus, interpellation through the use of institutions to reinforce dominant ideology (through fear of ridicule), spread through schools, church, family, etc institutions acting on behalf of an ISA, can operate as an RSA, ask authority for permission
Ex: Culver Creek in Looking for Alaska/ the Catholic school in the Chocolate War
operates in the process of interpellation by using force or threat of force to get people to follow the dominant ideology
Ex: the prison in Monster
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