"Sex and the City" and Wish Fulfillment
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This paper performs a psychoanalytical/sociological analysis of the characters on the televison show, "Sex in the City". The format of the show and nature of the characters are discussed to evaluate what kind of influence that they might of had on viewers. The essay goes on to provide a description of how the series influenced factors in "pop" culture.
From the Paper:"The phenomena of widely popular television shows have tremendous impact on the lives, perspectives and attitudes of many people in our society. A long running television series allows for much more character development than possible in cinema movies or most novels. This allows the viewer to identify with the characters to a much higher degree. Also in television the characters are seen again and again doing mundane everyday things as well as glamorous things and the viewer situates themselves further and further in some form of fantasy identification with the character's life. That identification need not..."
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