|aEntertainment & politics :|bthe influence of pop culture on young adult political socialization /|cDavid J. Jackson ; with contributions from Neal G. Jesse.
|aEntertainment and politics
|aNew York :|bPeter Lang,|cc2009.
|axiv, 226 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references ( - 215) and index.
|aIntroduction : political socialization and the entertainment media -- Culture conflict, learning theory, and cultural imperialism -- The size and scope of the entertainment media and what young people think of them -- The political influence of movies -- The political influence of entertainment television -- The influence of music on political socialization -- The influence of rap music on young adults' socio-political beliefs -- The influence of alternative rock -- The influence of classic rock and country music on young adults' political beliefs -- Learning theory, values conflict, and cultural imperialism revisited.
|aPopular culture|xPolitical aspects|zUnited States.
|aYoung adults|xPolitical activity|zUnited States.