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Stockholm Noir : Neoliberalism and Gangsterism in 'Easy Money'

Tapper, Michael LU (2015) In Nordic Genre Film : Small Nation Film Cultures in the Global Marketplace p.104-118
Abstract
An analysis of Jens Lapidus' novel and the 2012 film adaptation as symptoms of the neoliberal backlash of the Swedish social, political and economic system.
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published
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keywords
neoliberalism, class, Jens Lapidus, Nordic Noir, Crime, Stockholm, white-collar crime, social unrest.
categories
Popular Science
in
Nordic Genre Film : Small Nation Film Cultures in the Global Marketplace
editor
Gustafsson, Tommy and Kääpä, Pietari
pages
104 - 118
publisher
Edinburgh University Press
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  • Scopus:84969930972
ISBN
978-0-7486-9318-4
language
English
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yes
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2015-10-21 09:08:22
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