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I need essay, you can just choose one topic of them. It really doesn’t matter with one is best.
1. Kusz (2001) argues that films like fight club are part of a socially conservative movement known as “white male backlash” whereby white men are seeing their power and privilege in society eroded in favor of a more egalitarian society. Do you see fight club, the actual club, and also the men who make it up as being part of the white male backlash movement? Why or Why Not?
2. Giroux (2001) suggests that Fight Club is a film that talks about the death of masculinity in the face of consumer culture brought on by the changes neoliberalism has had on our society. Do you see this in the film through Jack’s transformation, and Bob’s treatment, of himself and by others? What role does the actual fighting in Fight Club play in the rescuing of masculinity?
3. Giroux and Kusz both suggest that rather than a damning critique of neoliberal capitalism Fight Club becomes a form of reinforcement for neoliberal ideology. In other words does Tyler’s mantra of leaving it all behind and living for the day reflect the “pull yourself up by the bootstraps” mentality that has long characterized neoliberal policy and belief?