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Film as Social Practice By Graeme Turner

Film as Social Practice
by Graeme Turner

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Contemporary perspectives on the cinema, including theories of structuralism, Marxism and feminism, are explained, and their applications tested against classics of popular film, including "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" .
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Film as Social Practice by Graeme Turner

Going beyond literary preoccupations, this examines film as a social practice, its production and its consumption, its pleasures and its meanings. Contemporary perspectives on the cinema, including theories of structuralism, marxism and feminism, are explained with freshness and clarity, and their applications are tested against classics of popular film - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Desperately Seeking Susan, and many others.

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GOR005889544
Film as Social Practice by Graeme Turner
Graeme Turner
Studies in Culture and Communication
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1993-10-07
208
0415092728
9780415092722
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