My senior thesis project at CCA:
"The word “monster” borrows its roots from the Latin word “monstrum,” which is also the basis for the word “demonstrate,” defined as issuing a warning or giving instruction. The etymology of the word suggests that monsters are socially-constructed allegories; myths designed to manipulate a population of people by cultivating their fears."
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