By Anthony Gierzynski,Kathryn Eddy,Kathryn Threlkeld
Without a doubt, the Harry Potter sequence has had a robust impact at the Millennial new release. thousands of youngsters grew up immersed on this planet of the boy wizard—reading the books, dressing up in gown to wait dead night publication unencumber events, staring at the flicks, even developing and competing in Quidditch tournaments. past what we all know of the recognition of the sequence, in spite of the fact that, not anything has been released at the query of the Harry Potter impact at the politics of its younger readers—now vote casting adults.
Looking to have interaction his scholars in exploring the connections among political opinion and pop culture, Anthony Gierzynski performed a countrywide survey of greater than 1,100 students. Harry Potter and the Millennials tells the interesting tale of ways the workforce designed the examine and collected effects, what conclusions can and can't be drawn approximately Millennial politics, and the demanding situations social scientists face in learning political technological know-how, sociology, and mass communication.