In the essay," Family Guy and Freud: Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious", the author, Antonia Peacoke, uses the main idea of Freud's Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious, specific choice of words, and clear evidence to clearly show the true meaning and reality of the very controversial show named "Family Guy".
With this she is able to present a strong argument to the true effect of "Family Guy" and brings a light to a calm attitude and psychological realities of the show by mixing in regards of Freud's literature.
Peacoke's usage of clear choice of words and structure are one of the few ways that she is able to present her argument successfully to the people who know the show "Family Guy".
This essay is effectively structured to introduce an well known show such as "Family Guy", through information and personal experience, and speaking of the history and the disapproval it has received from certain viewers.
It then shows evidence and examples that show that behind the "Offensive" content lies a sense of harsh reality that people should try to learn and understand , not ignore.
Throughout the article she points out some examples of harsh choice of words that make the "Controversial humor" seem much more like the writers of the show "Family Guy" are simply criticizing some parts of the American culture.
The choice and use of words ranges from "Crude" and "Offensive" to show some criticism that "Family Guy" suffer, to others it was "Insightful" and " noble" to indicate the true nature of "Family Guy" which is to cause people to think it's funny to criticize American culture.
What really helps Peacoke connect her claims together is the way she is able to introduce clear belief to her claims and put them in necessary places to make her argument.
Her main proof against the "Offensive" show is by talking about Freud's article, Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious, which claims Family guy hits the unaware behavior and...