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Representations of laboratory animals in popular media forms

By Alison Moore

Abstract

Attitudes to animals are in part formed through engagement with popular culture and therefore we should pay attention to the potential of this domain for shaping animal lives. But can popular culture really do anything for the ‘laboratory’ animal? This paper explores the persistent and changing deployment of the laboratory animal in a range of humorous popular media (and cultural) texts, and suggests that its appearance in comedy could provide a useful means to reach an otherwise reluctant audience

Topics: P300 Media studies, W213 Visual Communication
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:4110

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  1. (2005). Laughter and Ridicule: Towards a Social Critique of Humour, London: Sage doi

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