Gender politics and consumerism deconstructed in The Real Ghostbusters

Yeah, I hadn’t thought much about it either, but in 1995 Ellen Seiter put a lot of thought into the symbols and meanings behind our favorite cartoon, The Real Ghostbusters, in her book Sold Seperately: Children and Parents in Consumer Culture.

It’s a sizable and not inconsiderable read – solid food for thought for those that put the time into it.

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