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Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations|
|Taking South Park Seriously||p. 1|
|The Pleasures of South Park|
|"Bigger Longer & Uncut": South Park and the Carnivalesque||p. 23|
|The Pleasures of South Park (An Experiment in Media Erotics)||p. 39|
|Orphic Persuasions and Siren Seductions: Vocal Music in South Park||p. 59|
|"Simpsons Did It": South Park as Differential Signifier||p. 79|
|Freud Goes to South Park: Teaching against Postmodern Prejudices and Equal Opportunity Hatred||p. 99|
|Cynicism and Other Postideological Half Measures in South Park||p. 113|
|Shopping at J-Mart with the Williams: Race, Ethnicity, and Belonging in South Park||p. 131|
|South Park Conservatives?|
|"I Hate Hippies": South Park and the Politics of Generation X||p. 145|
|South Park Heretics: Confronting Orthodoxy through Theater of the Absurd||p. 165|
|Prophetic Profanity: South Park on Religion or Thinking Theologically with Eric Cartrnan||p. 173|
|"You Know, I Learned Something Today...": Cultural Pedagogy and the Limits of Formal Education in South Park||p. 195|
|"Omigod, It's Russell Crowe!": South Park's Assault on Celebrity||p. 209|
|List of Episodes Cited||p. 227|
|South Park Complete Episode Guide, Seasons 1-11||p. 233|
|List of Contributors||p. 243|
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