Hollywood’s Exploited: Public Pedagogy, Corporate Movies, and Cultural Crisis
Richard Van Heertum, T. Kashani, A. Nocella, B. Frymer
Springer, Nov 14, 2010 - Education - 246 pages
This book provides an interdisciplinary and collaborative anthology that seeks to make a compelling and exciting analysis of contemporary Hollywood film texts (and the larger industry and society to which they are dialectically related) in light of Giroux's ideas about public pedagogy. Foreword by Lawrence Grossberg.
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