The Psychology of Dexter

By (author) Wilson, Leah; Edited by DePaulo, Bella, Ph.D.

Dexter Morgan: Police forensic analyst. Family man. Serial killer. And the star of Showtime's most-watched series, Dexter. Aimed at Dexter devotees and armchair psychologists, The Psychology of Dexter takes on the psychological complexities of the popular series with an eye towards insight and accessibility. It analyzes not just the title character, but his family, coworkers, and even his viewers. What makes Dexter tick? And what makes a show about a serial killer so appealing to those of us at home? From the implications of faking normalcy (could it be behind Dexter's still-in-progress emotional growth?) to where the show weighs in on the psychological debate between nature and nurture, The Psychology of Dexter gives fans a peek inside Dexter's--and Dexter's--psyche.

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書名 The Psychology of Dexter
著作者等 DePaulo, Bella, Ph.D.
Wilson, Leah
シリーズ名 Psychology of Popular Culture
出版元 Smart Pop
刊行年月 2010.09.23
ページ数 224p
大きさ H210 x W140
ISBN 9781935251972
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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