How does Lee ask viewers to engage with this film (compared to
other films of the blockbuster era)?
What statements does the film make about how we might deal with
race conflict in America?
Related to this last question, one alarmed critic proclaimed tha
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The element that I found the most overwhelming in this film was the irony.
This is a typical device of New German Cinema, as Mast and Kawin wrote. The
German films wer
Familiar questions for new media:
Who is in control?
Who has access?
In whose interests do new communication media operate?
Croteau and Hoynes
Looking for a model that is (1) sensitive to the Big Questions and (2) addresses
media influence and audience ac