The Walking Dead psychology : psych of the living dead /

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[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Authors: Langley, Travis,--1964---editor. | Russo, John,--1939---writer of foreword. Physical details: xviii, 286 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Subject(s): Kirkman, Robert. --Walking dead. | Walking dead (Television program) | Zombies in literature. | Zombie television programs --History and criticism. 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The Walking Dead" depicts a post apocalyptic world filled with relentless violence and death. How would such trauma affect the psyche? Nineteen fascinating essays explore the deep psychological forces that drive the show's action, from the costs of killing and survivor guilt to the consequences of nonstop stress and the struggle to find meaning in tragedy. "The Walking Dead Psychology "helps fans better grasp this compelling fictional universe. Contributors include: John Blanchar, Megan Blink, Colt J. Blunt, Josue Cardona, Adam Davis, William Blake Erickson, Frank Gaskill, Jennifer Golbeck, Jonathan Hetterly, Katrina Hill, Alan Kistler, Dana Klisanin, Stephen Kuniak, Martin Lloyd, Stephanie Norman, Patrick O'Connor, Katherine Ramsland, Clay Routledge, John Russo, Billy San Juan, Janina Scarlet, Steven Schlozman, Lara Taylor, Dave Vergaagen, Mara Wood, E. Paul Zehr.