Interpretation of Film Notes 11-06-07

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Interpretation of Film Britain was involved in WWII from the moment of beginning while the US was not. This leads to a different social standing than in the US. Jackie Stacy’s article (female viewers in 1940’s and 1950’s Britain) “The Blitz” Blitzkrieg -new form of warfare -emerged in Spanish civil war -there is a notion in Britain of coming together, of Britain fighting the good fight, and the 2 nd world war being “the good war” in British view. -After World War 2, Churchill lost the election, and the win went to the Labor Party on the platform of constructing a welfare state. - Cultural Specificity- Americans or British in the 40’s and 50’s….French in the late 40’s…. .these are all different -historical specificity how audiences makes meaning of film….what historical moment are we talking about? The 1940’s has a much different context than the now CAMP CAMP is a reading strategy, but it is not inherent in the text. CAMP is produced by the historical and
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ETS 154 taught by Professor Hallas during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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