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Applies Jungian and post-Jungian ideas on unconscious processes to popular film and television. By examining the function of archetypal motifs in cinema and television, it opens up a way of thinking about how identity can be constructed and disrupted. It is useful for Jungian analysts and students of film, cultural studies, and media.
Terrie Waddell is a Lecturer in Media Studies and Convenor of Gender, Sexuality and Diversity Studies at La Trobe University, Australia