THE JOKER PSYCHOLOGY
Evil Clowns and the Women Who Love Them
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Lively collections of essays by psychologists, professors, researchers, and a few pop-culture mavens dissect the psyches and behavior of both the Joker and Harley Quinn.
Grounded in solid psychological concepts but eminently readable, the the 15 essays in this volume tackle issues such as the therapist-patient relationship, why the Joker is Batman’s ultimate antagonist, and how the Joker so completely embodies psychopathy. Other topics raised include Jungian archetypes, the cult of personality, and whether the brain is "built" to be bad.
This title is part of the series: PSYCHOLOGY OF POP CULTURE
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