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Hollywood's America: Social And Political Themes In Motion Pictures Paperback – June 21, 1996

ISBN-13: 978-0813329338 ISBN-10: 0813329337 Edition: 1st

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  • Paperback: 298 pages
  • Publisher: Westview Press; 1st edition (June 21, 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0813329337
  • ISBN-13: 978-0813329338
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 6 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,289 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stephen Powers is a research associate at the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change at Smith College. David J. Rothman holds a Ph.D. in English with a concentration on Poetics from New York University. He teaches English at Western State College of Colorado, in Gunnison, and lives with his family in nearby Crested Butte. Stanley Rothman coauthor of American Elites (1996) among numerous books, is director of the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change and is Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government Emeritus at Smith College. Stephen Powers is a research associate at the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change at Smith College. David J. Rothman holds a Ph.D. in English with a concentration on Poetics from New York University. He teaches English at Western State College of Colorado, in Gunnison, and lives with his family in nearby Crested Butte. Stanley Rothman coauthor of American Elites (1996) among numerous books, is director of the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change and is Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government Emeritus at Smith College. Stephen Powers is a research associate at the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change at Smith College. David J. Rothman holds a Ph.D. in English with a concentration on Poetics from New York University. He teaches English at Western State College of Colorado, in Gunnison, and lives with his family in nearby Crested Butte. Stanley Rothman coauthor of American Elites (1996) among numerous books, is director of the Center for the Study of Social and Political Change and is Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government Emeritus at Smith College.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Smithey on November 7, 2013
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I used this book for my Politics Through Film class. It's the only book I know of that provides a real social science analysis of films. The authors do a great job of comparing public opinion among various elites, including Hollywood producers, directors, etc, to other groups in society, and showing how those views are reflected in the films they make. It's much better at providing data than is typical of the humanist approach or the post-modern arguments that are more common in film studies.
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