For decades, the Aussie bogan has riveted and been ridiculed on screen, and at its heart lie scathing sentiments regarding class inferiority. In this essay, Mel Campbell examines how, unlike the bogan comedies that have come before it, Upper Middle Bogan revels in the coming-together of people from ostensibly incompatible backgrounds.
Additional keywords: classism, socioeconomic, suburbia, wealth, Michala Banas, Annie Maynard, Glenn Robbins, Robyn Malcolm, Patrick Brammall, Robyn Nevin, The Comedy Company, Kylie Mole, Pizza, Bogan Pride, The Wedge, Kath & Kim, Housos, The Shire, ABC.
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