7 edition of Examining Pop Culture - Violence in Film and TV found in the catalog.
October 23, 2001
by Greenhaven Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
Caught between two worlds, standing on a near-literal precipice with one foot in the African American experience, the other firmly in majority white culture, the protagonist of the passing film is. This book reviews current and historical examples of violence in film, television, radio, music, music videos, video games, and novels. It sheds light on the scholarship related to violence in popular culture, compares historical and current examples, and offers detailed assessments of violent content in various expressions of popular culture.
Written in an accessible style and analysing a broad range of popular culture artefacts (including commercial advertising, printed and digital news-related journalism and commentary, music, film, television programming, websites and social media), this book will be of use to students, researchers and practitioners of International Relations. Violence and American cinema User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The influence of various forms of media on American culture for good or ill has traditionally prompted debate. The issues are often complex, requiring a broad study of cultural perspectives as a whole Read full review.
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Gr. Essays in this volume in the Examining Pop Culture series give readers much to think about as they read about everything from violence in full-length films and TV police dramas to violence in reality shows and video : James D. Torr. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: A brief history of film violence / Stephen Prince --Teen rebellion films and juvenile delinquency / David M. Considine --Action-revenge films / Jake Horsely --Slasher films and violence against women / Barry S.
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One concern, as mentioned previously, is the extent to which the consumption of popular culture informs men’s gender socialization in general, and the ways in which they see women in particular. Popular culture packages and codifies what society considers acceptable.
A glance at the average cop show or comedy act suggests that what’s acceptable is a whole lot of dead women and a whole lot of creepy hate. In pop culture and media spaces, violence against women is. A History Blog on Ancient Aliens, Ancient Civilizations, Black History, World History & Popular Culture.
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Important Historical developments in African, Black and World History and how they have shaped the modern world are. Fictional portrayals of psychopaths, or sociopaths, are some of the most notorious in film and literature but may only vaguely or partly relate to the concept of psychopathy, which is itself used with varying definitions by mental health professionals, criminologists and others.
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Violence has played an intricate part in cinema since the birth of the celluloid image. In the early years of film, if a violent act occurred it happened off-screen or was handled subtly.
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Violence in movies and video games certainly contributes to aggression, but are they causal or correlative. That's not a question we can answer. But. Peyton Place By Grace Metalious (PDF/READ) Peyton Place By Grace Metalious When Grace Metalious's debut novel about the dark underside of a small, respectable New England town was published init quickly soared to the top of the bestseller lists.
A landmark in twentieth-century American popular culture, Peyton Place spawned a successful feature film and a long-running television. Violence in Film and TV Paperback – Nov. 1 by James D.
Torr (Author, Editor), D. Torr James (Author) See all Grade 8 Up-This selection of essays published between and presents many nuances relating to violence in popular entertainment. The table of contents features an abstract of each article, setting a scholarly : D.
Torr James. Examining the Intersection of Religion and Violence Two authors look into correlations between Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism and other theologies, and violent acts.
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brutal violence, and comic-book intrigue is. Getty. Fatal police shootings have not stopped or slowed down amid COVID and people following social distancing mandates across the nation.
Despite Americans spending much of. “The western has always been the American epic,” says Robert Thompson, director of Syracuse University’s Bleier Center for Television & Popular Culture.
“It’s exciting and violent and huge. Cultured Violence explores contemporary South African culture as a test case for the achievement of democracy by constitutional means in the wake of prolonged and violent conflict.~ The book addresses key ethical issues, normally addressed from within the discourses of law, the social sciences, and health sciences, through narrative analysis.
Youth versus Age: From Counterculture to Mass Culture. In Mike Nichols’s film The Graduate, Dustin Hoffman, as the film’s protagonist, enters into a romantic affair with the wife of his father’s business r, Mrs.
Robinson and the other adults in the film fail to understand the young, alienated hero, who eventually rebels against them. Watching violent films does make people more aggressive, study shows In the first study of its kind, researchers found that each person's reaction depended on.
The second volume explores the treatment of violence in popular culture as it relates to specific genres―for example, Puritan "execution sermons," dime novels, television, film, and video games.
An afterword looks at the forces that influence how violence is presented, discusses what violence in pop culture tells us about American culture as.