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Contributors read Desperate Housewives from diverse critical and theoretical perspectives; and it is our aim to understand what this seemingly standard night-time soap opera with its glossy production values has to tell us about the American culture wars and the politics of television viewing, the current state of feminism and ideas of femininity, attitudes towards family and sexual politics as well as contemporary television culture in terms of generic conventions, and narrative and aesthetic forms.

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