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    The Choices of Music Present in School of Rock

    Rock and Roll as a genre is extremely controversial. Given its appropriative history, this goes without saying. Often times, Rock and Roll is also viewed as the hyper-masculine genre of music. Looking at the soundtrack and music references in Richard Linklater’s School of Rock, does this film reinforce the misogynistic reputation of Rock and Roll?

    • Nice suggestion however, you might want provide some specific examples of where this occurred in the film? – Jason052714 4 years ago
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    Dang. Like the author point out, it was a long time ago, but being a World War, its ramifications are still being felt today and thus, not time to get over it.

    Star Wars, Nazis, and the Politics of Nonconformity in American Pop Culture

    I really hope that the recent controversy surrounding J.K. Rowling’s bit of cultural appropriation doesn’t have too much of a detrimental effect on Pottermore. I also hope she fixes her misstep.

    The Lost Civilization of Pottermore

    I always interpreted that the Force was as mysterious to the Jedi as God is to humans in our world. With that said, I sort of take the “midi-chlorians” at face value. That’s the way the Jedi choose to explain the Force. This is a language issue. The Jedi order, particularly those higher up and Qui-Gon, simply are trying to add more meaning to the Force as scientists do. Just a theory I guess that helps me like the prequels a little more.

    In Defense of the Star Wars Prequels