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LDS cinema
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LDS or Mormon cinema (informally Mollywood, a portmanteau of Molly Mormon and Hollywood) typically refers to films with themes relevant to Latter Day Saints, though the terminology has also been used to refer to films that do not necessarily reflect Mormon themes but have been made by Mormon filmmakers. Many of these films are screened extensively within high LDS population centers such as Utah, Idaho, and Arizona and do not regularly reach mainstream viewers in other parts of the world. LDS cinema films might be considered distinct from LDS Church movies like Legacy and Testaments, since they are commercial and not produced for teaching or proselytizing LDS doctrine. LDS cinema is usually produced and directed by Latter-day Saints. The films typically have LDS themes and are often marketed especially toward Latter-day Saints, though there has been an effort to "cross over" into more mainstream themes.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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Expressing, Entertaining, and Empowering Queern...
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The discourse constructing a queer representative with LGBT identity embodies subversive queer rebellion grounding interdependence between advertisers, stars, and audiences in commercial television. Considering her media roles for American Express, CoverGirl, and J.C. Penney, as well as a daytime talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres expresses queerness, queer moments, and space in accordance with anti-heteronormativity described by Alexander Doty. In the mainstream advertising, using LGBT subculture texts is a strategy for advertisers to target mass heterosexual consumers, while simultaneously not to alienate homosexual communities. In U.S. daytime television programming, The Ellen DeGeneres Show emblematizes identity declaration of Ellen s coming out episodes in 1997 and embodies entertaining segments in terms of a coming out party through talking, dancing, and liberating. In audience reception, viewers are empowered by a moment of pleasure, sympathy, and liberation in relation to DeGeneres queer performance in the media. Ellen DeGeneres, as a queer representative, signifies a satirical token of homonormativity to negotiate heteronormative media narratives in the mainstream media.

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Expressing, Entertaining, and Empowering Queern...
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The discourse constructing a queer representative with LGBT identity embodies subversive queer rebellion grounding interdependence between advertisers, stars, and audiences in commercial television. Considering her media roles for American Express, CoverGirl, and J.C. Penney, as well as a daytime talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres expresses queerness, queer moments, and space in accordance with anti-heteronormativity described by Alexander Doty. In the mainstream advertising, using LGBT subculture texts is a strategy for advertisers to target mass heterosexual consumers, while simultaneously not to alienate homosexual communities. In U.S. daytime television programming, The Ellen DeGeneres Show emblematizes identity declaration of Ellen s coming out episodes in 1997 and embodies entertaining segments in terms of a coming out party through talking, dancing, and liberating. In audience reception, viewers are empowered by a moment of pleasure, sympathy, and liberation in relation to DeGeneres queer performance in the media. Ellen DeGeneres, as a queer representative, signifies a satirical token of homonormativity to negotiate heteronormative media narratives in the mainstream media.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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Todd Manning and Marty Saybrooke Rape Storylines
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Todd Manning and Marty Saybrooke rape storylines are storylines from the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live consisting of rape, revenge, redemption, and love. Created by writers Michael Malone and Ron Carlivati, the stories depict characters Todd (originally Roger Howarth, later Trevor St. John) and Marty (Susan Haskell) struggling to overcome Todd's actions of rape and destruction. In 1993, he rapes Marty as part of a revenge scheme. In 2008, he is considered to have raped her again after the two engage in sex while she is amnesiac. The storylines resulted in significant controversy, and were subsequently heavily debated among viewers, cited in mainstream press, and studied within various academic works.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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Superstar-spangled Server Screen
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It is an investigation of the non-material production and consumption of Filipino care work films that have become more frequent in Filipino mainstream film industry since 1995 as superstar movies because of the rising number of Filipino care workers all over the world, particularly in the US and Canada, UK and Italy, and Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. It looks into the films' take-off points, tipping points, and contact points through film directors', screenplay writers', print media's, and viewers' production and consumption experiences and meanings. This qualitative research creates an intersection and bridges the gaps between media, cultural, diaspora studies that is yet to be fully explored in academic research.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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Todd Manning and Marty Saybrooke Rape Storylines
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Todd Manning and Marty Saybrooke rape storylines are storylines from the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live consisting of rape, revenge, redemption, and love. Created by writers Michael Malone and Ron Carlivati, the stories depict characters Todd (originally Roger Howarth, later Trevor St. John) and Marty (Susan Haskell) struggling to overcome Todd's actions of rape and destruction. In 1993, he rapes Marty as part of a revenge scheme. In 2008, he is considered to have raped her again after the two engage in sex while she is amnesiac. The storylines resulted in significant controversy, and were subsequently heavily debated among viewers, cited in mainstream press, and studied within various academic works.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2020
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Superstar-spangled Server Screen
79,90 € *
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It is an investigation of the non-material production and consumption of Filipino care work films that have become more frequent in Filipino mainstream film industry since 1995 as superstar movies because of the rising number of Filipino care workers all over the world, particularly in the US and Canada, UK and Italy, and Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. It looks into the films' take-off points, tipping points, and contact points through film directors', screenplay writers', print media's, and viewers' production and consumption experiences and meanings. This qualitative research creates an intersection and bridges the gaps between media, cultural, diaspora studies that is yet to be fully explored in academic research.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2020
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September 11, 2001 as a Cultural Trauma
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This book investigates the September 11, 2001 attacks as a case study of cultural trauma, as well as how the use of widely-distributed, easily-accessible forms of popular culture can similarly focalize evaluation of other moments of acute and profoundly troubling historical change. The attacks confounded the traditionally dominant narrative of the American Dream, which has persistently and pervasively featured optimism and belief in a just world that affirms and rewards self-determination. This shattering of a worldview fundamental to mainstream experience and cultural understanding in the United States has manifested as a cultural trauma throughout popular culture in the first decade of the twenty-first century.  Popular press oral histories, literary fiction, television, and film are among the multiple, ubiquitous sites evidencing preoccupations with existential crisis, vulnerability, and moral ambivalence, with fate, no-win scenarios, and anti-heroes now pervading commonly-told and readily-accessible stories.  Christine Muller examines how popular culture affords sites for culturally-traumatic events to manifest and how readers, viewers, and other audiences negotiate their fallout.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2020
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September 11, 2001 as a Cultural Trauma
88,98 € *
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This book investigates the September 11, 2001 attacks as a case study of cultural trauma, as well as how the use of widely-distributed, easily-accessible forms of popular culture can similarly focalize evaluation of other moments of acute and profoundly troubling historical change. The attacks confounded the traditionally dominant narrative of the American Dream, which has persistently and pervasively featured optimism and belief in a just world that affirms and rewards self-determination. This shattering of a worldview fundamental to mainstream experience and cultural understanding in the United States has manifested as a cultural trauma throughout popular culture in the first decade of the twenty-first century.  Popular press oral histories, literary fiction, television, and film are among the multiple, ubiquitous sites evidencing preoccupations with existential crisis, vulnerability, and moral ambivalence, with fate, no-win scenarios, and anti-heroes now pervading commonly-told and readily-accessible stories.  Christine Muller examines how popular culture affords sites for culturally-traumatic events to manifest and how readers, viewers, and other audiences negotiate their fallout.

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Stand: 25.01.2020
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