"Sex and the City"
An analysis of the concepts of love, sex, and career in the HBO television series, "Sex and the City," reflecting various facets of women in American society.
# 57531 | 1,673 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Apr 03, 2005 in Communication (Television) , English (Analysis) , Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics) , Women Studies (General) , Women Studies (Women and Society)
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This paper discusses and analyzes two important points that emerge from an analysis of the TV series, "Sex and the City". The first issue covered is that the show demonstrates a transition among its characters, wherein the image of the modern woman is immediately replaced during the last season of the program to illustrate women facing challenges that real women confront in real life. The second point examined in the paper is that each "Sex and the City" character represents a particular facet of femininity and womanhood that the show's audiences can relate to, giving the show its human and realistic element.
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