Table of contents for When death goes pop : media and the American culture of death / Charlton D. McIlwain.

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 Table of Contents
Introduction: Permission to Speak the Discourse of Death
1. Amusing Ourselves About Death: Violent Media & Death
2. Representing Death on Television:
 Where We've Been and Where We're Going
3. Packaging Death for the Small Screen
4. Reading "Six Feet Under"
5. Lesson Before Dying
6. Crossing Over: Our Need to Communicate With the Dead
7. The Holiday Death Didn't Take: Other Interpretations
 of Paranormal Programming
8. Death, Media & Memory: The Politics of Death
9. Six Feet Under & the Virtual Community of Death
10. Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Death on television