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Post 9 11 Cinema

Author : John Markert
ISBN : 9780810881341
Genre : Performing Arts
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Examines dramatic motion pictures and documentary films depicting the September 11 terrorist attacks and the events that followed.

Hooked In Film

Author : John Markert
ISBN : 9780810891319
Genre : Performing Arts
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In Hooked in Film, John Markert takes a close look at the correlation between social policies and the public view of drugs and their portrayals in film. In this volume, Markert examines the changing social attitudes toward illegal drugs and their cinematic depictions from as early as the 1894 film Chinese Opium Den to the present. Tracking hundreds of films spanning more than a century, Hooked in Film looks at camp classics like Reefer Madness, comedies such as Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke, Dazed and Confused, and Pineapple Express, and dramas, including Panic in Needle Park and Requiem for a Dream. Scholars and students of cinema, popular culture, media studies, and sociology will find this book a valuable examination of how cinematic portrayals of drugs have changed over time, and how those images have influenced public perception of drugs and even public policy.

The War Of My Generation

Author : David Kieran
ISBN : 9780813572635
Genre : History
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Following the 9/11 attacks, approximately four million Americans have turned eighteen each year and more than fifty million children have been born. These members of the millennial and post-millennial generation have come of age in a moment marked by increased anxiety about terrorism, two protracted wars, and policies that have raised questions about the United States's role abroad and at home. Young people have not been shielded from the attacks or from the wars and policy debates that followed. Instead, they have been active participants—as potential military recruits and organizers for social justice amid anti-immigration policies, as students in schools learning about the attacks or readers of young adult literature about wars. The War of My Generation is the first essay collection to focus specifically on how the terrorist attacks and their aftermath have shaped these new generations of Americans. Drawing from a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, and literary studies, the essays cover a wide range of topics, from graphic war images in the classroom to computer games designed to promote military recruitment to emails from parents in the combat zone. The collection considers what cultural factors and products have shaped young people's experience of the 9/11 attacks, the wars that have followed, and their experiences as emerging citizen-subjects in that moment. Revealing how young people understand the War on Terror—and how adults understand the way young people think—The War of My Generation offers groundbreaking research on catastrophic events still fresh in our minds.

September 11 2001 As A Cultural Trauma

Author : Christine Muller
ISBN : 9783319501550
Genre : Social Science
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This book investigates the September 11, 2001 attacks as a case study of cultural trauma, as well as how the use of widely-distributed, easily-accessible forms of popular culture can similarly focalize evaluation of other moments of acute and profoundly troubling historical change. The attacks confounded the traditionally dominant narrative of the American Dream, which has persistently and pervasively featured optimism and belief in a just world that affirms and rewards self-determination. This shattering of a worldview fundamental to mainstream experience and cultural understanding in the United States has manifested as a cultural trauma throughout popular culture in the first decade of the twenty-first century. Popular press oral histories, literary fiction, television, and film are among the multiple, ubiquitous sites evidencing preoccupations with existential crisis, vulnerability, and moral ambivalence, with fate, no-win scenarios, and anti-heroes now pervading commonly-told and readily-accessible stories. Christine Muller examines how popular culture affords sites for culturally-traumatic events to manifest and how readers, viewers, and other audiences negotiate their fallout.

Heritage Film Audiences

Author : Claire Monk
ISBN : 9780748688869
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book is a study of the contemporary audiences for quality period films, and their responses to these films, with reference to the critical debate which constructs many of these films as 'heritage films'.

Through A Glass Darkly

Author : Ingmar Bergman
ISBN : 0822226383
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: Karin is a young wife, an older sister and an only daughter. In her kaleidoscopic internal world, the boundaries between different realities blur and shift. Karin's family goes on their annual holiday together, and on a bleak, beautiful

A Scanner Darkly

Author : Philip K. Dick
ISBN : 057507681X
Genre : Detective and mystery stories
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Substance D -- otherwise known as Death -- is the most dangerous drug ever to find its way on to the black market. It destroys the links between the brain's two hemispheres, leading first to disorentation and then to complete and irreversible brain damage. Bob Arctor, undercover narcotics agent, is trying to find a lead to the source of supply, but to pass as an addict he must become a user, and soon, without knowing what is happening to him, he is as dependent as any of the addicts he is monitoring.

Reflections In Black

Author : Deborah Willis
ISBN : 0393322807
Genre : Photography
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Shows that the history of black photographers intertwines with the story of African American life, as seen through photographs ranging from antebellum weddings and 1960s protest marches, to portraits of contemporary black celebrities.

Bertolucci S Dream Loom

Author : Thomas Jefferson Kline
ISBN : UOM:39015012877471
Genre : Performing Arts
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Forfatteren diskuterer forholdet mellem psykoanalyse og filmkunst, og analyserer på det grundlag syv væsentlige film af den italienske filminstruktør Bernardo Bertolucci (f. 1941).

You Wouldn T Like Me Without My Coffee

Author : Grace Millsaps
ISBN : 0990409309
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Sam and Lou's parents crave their morning coffee. What happens when they go without it? The brothers are determined to find out. But taking their parents' coffee proves to be a big mistake. Without it, Mum and Dad parents turn into monsters! Children will love this wish-fulfilling adventure of monsters wreaking havoc at home, and adults will relate to the coffee-craving monsters. One part classic monster film, one part cheesy action movie, and all parts comedy, the book will keep readers of all ages chuckling with subtle jokes, overt underwear, and bad one-liners.

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