How anxieties around ecological emergency are directly related to science and/or technology.

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Wall E film by Andrew Stanton
Secondary source
The long emergency by James Howard Kunstler.
A careful analysis of the formal and rhetorical elements of the film(the soundtrack, how it’s filmed, the narrative, how the characters contribute to the story, etc.) In order to make an argument for what the director/writter is trying to argue; in other words, if the film is a “marvelous warning,” what does it warn about and how does it make its argument?
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