SPCM outline - SPCM 3300 The Boondocks: Form I. Intro 1....

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SPCM 3300 The Boondocks: Form I. Intro 1. Thesis: Through the form of a Generic Criticism we will look at The Boondocks as a satire and a black comedy and how it follows the pattern of other satires and black comedy in the past and the present. 2. Purpose: To show that The Boondocks have not strayed away from the foundation of satires and black comedy. II. Generic Criticism: Satire 1. Using generic criticism we analyze the artifact based on its genre. Generic criticism in this sense reveals the aspects of the artifact you are looking at in comparison to the aspects of other artifacts in the same genre. It's usually great if the artifact has something distinctly different from the typical genre. 2. The Boondocks is a satire. Satires are social criticism that comes in the form of humor. Aaron McGruder have written about President Bush, 9/11, and Tyler Perry. In the episode of Tyler Perry he portrays Tyler Perry as a closeted homosexual. Society know Tyler Perry as an African American writer, actor, and producer who gives African American jobs. Aaron Mcgruder argues that he creates a cult and have his employees do ridiculous tasks
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course SPEECH 3300 taught by Professor Winderman during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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SPCM outline - SPCM 3300 The Boondocks: Form I. Intro 1....

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