Generation X: Studies in Culture, Demographics, and Media Representation | Rowman & Littlefield
Generation X: Studies in Culture, Demographics, and Media Representation
This series examines generation X, a group of people that has been often overlooked, obscured, and marginalized by the publishing world, mainstream media, and the larger society. This series analyzes the intersections of age, culture, demographics, and media by developing a greater understanding of how the multi-faceted experiences of generation X will continue to evolve and transform.
The scholarship represented in this series seeks to push beyond linear stereotypes and explore new and potentially forthcoming issues including, but not limited to:
  • Race and representation
  • Identity politics and social networks
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Health and disability issues
  • Marriage
  • Class and economics
  • Divorce
  • Religion
  • Politics
  • Career issues
  • Family
  • Popular culture
Books in the series will address one or more of these issues as they pertain to specific aspects of generation X.


Editor(s): Elwood Watson and Thomas B. Pace
Staff editorial contact: Judith Lakamper (jlakamper@rowman.com)
Gen X at Middle Age in Popular Culture
EDITED BY PAMELA W. HOLLANDER - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MELISSA VOSEN CALLENS; JAMES DEYS; KELLIE DEYS; DAMON FRANKE; ...
Lexington Books • December 2020 • Monograph