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    Shooting the family : transnational media and intercultural values / edited by Patricia Pisters and Wim Staat.
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    Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2005.
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  • Mass media and the family.
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  • Family in motion pictures.
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  • Emigration and immigration in motion pictures.
  • ISBN: 
    905356750X (pbk.)
    905356750X
    Description: 
    224 p. ; 24 cm.
    Contents: 
    Capturing the family: Home Video in the Age of Digital Reproduction / Jose van Dijck -- Migrant Children Mediating Family Relations / Sonja de Leeuw -- The Shooting Family: Gender and Ethnicity in the New Dutch Police Series -- Family Portrait: Queering the Nuclear Family in Francois Ozon's SITCOM Jaap Kooijman -- Radicalism Begins at Home: Fundamentalism and the Familty in MY SON THE FANATIC / Laua Copier -- Family Matters in EAT DRINK MAN WOMAN: Food Envy, Famlity Longin, or Intercultural Knowledge through the Senses? / Tarja Laine -- Saved by Betrayal? Ang Lee 's Translations of "Chinese" Family Ideology / Jeroen de Kloet -- Euridice's Diasporic Voice: Marcel Camus 's BLACK ORPHEUS and the Famlty in Poet's Hell / Catherine M. Lord -- Archiving the (Secret) Family in Egoyan 's FAMILY VIEWING / Marie-Aude Baronian -- Suspending the Body: Biopower and the Contradictions of Famlly Values / Sudeep Dasgupta -- Unfamiliar Film: Sisters unsettling Familty Habits / Wilm Staat -- Micropolitics of the Migrant Family in Accented Cinema: Love and Creativity in EMPIRE / Patricia Pisters.
    Additional Author: 
    Pisters, Patricia.
    Staat, Wim.
    Notes: 
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Includes filmographies.
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