What can we learn from an old, dusty book I found in the basement? Well, if that book is about gender role stereotypes then there’s a lot of things to uncover that explain why boys and girls act the way they do. In this episode we get an example of qualitative research by really diving into the book called “Those We Love”. How do books shape who we think we are and how we act as adults?
- Those We Love excerpts found on Emma K. Morris’ website
- Women in Refrigerators
- ‘Deadpool 2′: What Is ‘Fridging’ and Why Are People Annoyed About It?
- The Secret Life of Pronouns – an Interview with James Pennebaker
- Mourning a Dog Can Be Harder Than Mourning a Person
- Object Permanence – Does Your Dog Have It?
It’s Deadpool’s movie, and you need to take everything away from him to humanize him. He can be grating and he can be sort of offensive and he can be all these things, but you need an emotional hook that grounds the movie that we can go on this journey with this character and experience Deadpool
– Deadpool 2 director David Letich in Deadpool 2′ Director Addresses Vanessa “Fridging” Controversy