Fan Service In Public Policy

2 thoughts on “Fan Service In Public Policy

  1. Thinking on the Supernatural example, the fans craving the relationship between the two characters you describe benefit from this “fan service” — who are the Americans that benefit (or believe they benefit) from the fan service you’ve just described? Really interesting connection here!

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    1. I would say the Americans that benefit from the fan service are the ones with nothing to lose. The one’s whose participation in politics is a choice rather than a means of survival.

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