Thesis: Popcorn Moms: Decoding Representations of Motherhood in American Popular Cinema, 1979-1989
Posted by Robin Hauck S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2003
Topics: 1980s, American Beauty, Baby Boom, conservatism, family, Fatal Attraction, film, High Tide, Kramer vs. Kramer, Look Who's Talking, motherhood, Mr. Mom, Ordinary People, Parenthood, Terms of Endearment, textual analysis, The Good Mother, Three Men and a Baby
“Popcorn Moms” is a socio-historical analysis of the ways American commercial cinema represented motherhood in the 1980s.