Challenge and Incorporation in Media Culture
This book incorporates multiple perspectives, ranging from media effects theories, critical cultural studies, and the political economy of media, to semiotics and ideological, auteurist, and feminist approaches to film theory and analysis. Early chapters provide a clear explanation of these theoretical and methodological approaches while later chapters explore several of Lee’s films in great depth. In a social environment where popular culture has supplanted education and religion as a primary force of socialization and enculturation, this book demonstrates why a popular filmmaker such as Spike Lee must be taken seriously, while introducing readers to ways of viewing, reading, and listening that will allow them to achieve a new understanding of the mediated texts they encounter on a daily basis.
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4 Little Girls, 163, 204
9/11/01, 54, 188, 194, 199, 203
9 ½ Weeks, 70
12 Years a Slave, 211–212
25th Hour, 119, 159, 163, 165, 188–190, 194, 200
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