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World politics and popular culture
Jack Holland

, ‘Rethinking the Political/-Science-/Fiction Nexus: Global Policy Making and the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots’, Perspectives on Politics , 14:1 (2016), 53–69. 47 Nexon and Neumann, Harry Potter and International Relations ; Drezner, Theories of International Politics and Zombies ; J. Brassett, ‘British Comedy, Global Resistance: Russell Brand, Charlie Brooker, and Stewart Lee’, European Journal of International Relations , 22:1 (2016), 169–70; L. Hansen, ‘Theorizing the Image for Security Studies: Visual Securitization and the Muhammad Cartoon Crisis’, European

in Fictional television and American Politics
Fathers from American Gothic to Point Pleasant
Julia M. Wright

reached or relied upon. The fathers who do appear are often monsters, so Ted (John Ritter) tries to become Buffy’s stepfather, but turns out to be a killer robot, for instance (“Ted” 2.11), and the rhetoric of paternity is used most frequently to refer to vampire relationships, so the Master is “sire” to Darla, Angel to Drusilla and Spike (later altered to make Drusilla Spike’s maker), and so forth

in Men with stakes