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America on Film : Representing Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality at the Movies

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基本説明

Includes 101 illustrations, a glossary of key terms, and questions for discussion.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    x
How to Use This Book xv
Part I Culture and American Film 1 (46)
1 Introduction to the Study of Film Form and 3 (20)
Representation
Film Form 4 (2)
American Ideologies: Discrimination and 6 (7)
Resistance
Culture and Cultural Studies 13 (5)
Case Study: The Lion King (1994) 18 (3)
Questions for Discussion 21 (1)
Further Reading 22 (1)
2 The Structure and History of Hollywood 23 (24)
Filmmaking
Hollywood vs. Independent Film 24 (2)
The Style of Hollywood Cinema 26 (5)
The Business of Hollywood 31 (2)
The History of Hollywood: The Movies Begin 33 (3)
The Classical Hollywood Cinema 36 (3)
World War II and Postwar Film 39 (4)
"New" Hollywood and the Blockbuster 43 (3)
Mentality
Questions for Discussion 46 (1)
Further Reading 46 (1)
Further Screening 46 (1)
Part II Race and Ethnicity and American Film 47 (108)
Introduction to Part II: What is Race? 49 (4)
3 The Concept of Whiteness and American Film 53 (22)
Seeing White 54 (4)
Bleaching the Green: The Irish in American 58 (5)
Cinema
Looking for Respect: Italians in American 63 (4)
Cinema
A Special Case: Jews and Hollywood 67 (5)
Case Study: The Jazz Singer (1927) 72 (1)
Questions for Discussion 73 (1)
Further Reading 74 (1)
Further Screening 74 (1)
4 African Americans and American Film 75 (21)
African Americans in Early Film 76 (4)
Blacks in Classical Hollywood Cinema 80 (2)
World War II and the Postwar Social Problem 82 (3)
Film
The Rise and Fall of Blaxploitation 85 (2)
Filmmaking
Box: Blacks on TV 87 (1)
Hollywood in the 1980's and the Arrival of 88 (3)
Spike Lee
Black Independent Film vs. 91 (2)
"Neo-Blaxploitation" Today
Case Study: Bamboozled (2000) 93 (2)
Questions for Discussion 95 (1)
Further Reading 95 (1)
Further Screening 95 (1)
5 Native Americans and American Film 96 (20)
The American "Indian" Before Film 97 (3)
Ethnographic Films and the Rise of the 100(4)
Hollywood Western
The Evolving Western 104(5)
A Kinder, Gentler America? 109(4)
Case Study: Smoke Signals (1998) 113(1)
Questions for Discussion 114(1)
Further Reading 114(1)
Further Screening 115(1)
6 Asian Americans and American Film 116(19)
Silent Film and Asian Images 117(2)
Asians in Classical Hollywood Cinema 119(5)
World War II and After: War Films, 124(4)
Miscegenation Melodramas, and Kung Fu
Asian American Actors and Filmmakers Today 128(3)
Case Study: Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989) 131(2)
Questions for Discussion 133(1)
Further Reading 134(1)
Further Screening 134(1)
7 Latinos and American Film 135(20)
The Greaser and the Latin Lover: 137(3)
Alternating Stereotypes
World War II and After: The Good Neighbor 140(6)
Policy
The 1950's to the 1970's: Back to Business 146(2)
as Usual?
Expanding Opportunities in Recent Decades 148(4)
Case Study: My Family/Mi Familia (1995) 152(1)
Questions for Discussion 153(1)
Further Reading 154(1)
Further Screening 154(1)
Part III Class and American Film 155(46)
Introduction to Part III: What is Class? 157(4)
8 Classical Hollywood Cinema and Class 161(17)
Setting the Stage: The Industrial Revolution 162(1)
Early Cinema: The Rise of the Horatio Alger 163(5)
Myth
Hollywood and Unionization 168(3)
Class in the Classical Hollywood Cinema 171(3)
Case Study: The Grapes of Wrath (1940) 174(2)
Conclusion: Recloaking Class Consciousness 176(1)
Questions for Discussion 177(1)
Further Reading 177(1)
Further Screening 177(1)
9 Cinematic Class Struggle After the 178(23)
Depression
From World War II to the Red Scare 179(3)
From Opulence to Counterculture 182(3)
Box: Class on Television 185(4)
New Hollywood and the Resurrection of the 189(6)
Horatio Alger Myth
Case Study: Bulworth (1998) 195(2)
Conclusion: Corporate Hollywood and Labor 197(1)
Today
Questions for Discussion 198(1)
Further Reading 199(1)
Further Screening 199(2)
Part IV Gender and American Film 201(90)
Introduction to Part IV: What is Gender? 203(4)
10 Women in Classical Hollywood Filmmaking 207(22)
Images of Women in Early Cinema 208(5)
Early Female Filmmakers 213(4)
Images of Women in 1930's Classical 217(4)
Hollywood
World War II and After 221(4)
Case Study: All that Heaven Allows (1955) 225(3)
Questions for Discussion 228(1)
Further Reading 228(1)
Further Screening 228(1)
11 Exploring the Visual Parameters of Women 229(20)
in Film
Ways of Seeing 230(3)
"Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" 233(9)
Case Study: Gilda (1946) 242(2)
Conclusion: Complicating Mulvey's Arguments 244(3)
Questions for Discussion 247(1)
Further Reading 247(1)
Further Screening 248(1)
12 Masculinity in Classical Hollywood 249(22)
Filmmaking
Masculinity and Early Cinema 252(2)
Masculinity and the Male Movie Star 254(6)
World War II and Film Noir 260(5)
Case Study: Dead Reckoning (1947) 265(2)
Conclusion: Masculinity in 1950's American 267(3)
Film
Questions for Discussion 270(1)
Further Reading 270(1)
Further Screening 270(1)
13 Gender in American Film Since the 1960's 271(20)
Second Wave Feminism and Hollywood 272(5)
Into the 1980's: A Backlash against Women? 277(4)
A New Generation of Female Filmmakers 281(4)
Case Study: The Ballad of Little Jo (1993) 285(3)
Conclusion: Gender at the Turn of the 288(1)
Millennium
Questions for Discussion 289(1)
Further Reading 290(1)
Further Screening 290(1)
Part V Sexuality and American Film 291(48)
Introduction to Part V: What is Sexuality? 293(4)
14 Heterosexuality, Homosexuality, and 297(21)
Classical Hollywood
(Hetero)Sexuality on Screen 298(2)
(Homo)Sexuality in Early Film 300(2)
Censoring Sexuality during the Classical 302(5)
Hollywood Era
Postwar Sexualities and the Weakening of 307(6)
the Production Code
Camp and the Underground Cinema 313(2)
Case Study: The Celluloid Closet (1995) 315(2)
Questions for Discussion 317(1)
Further Reading 317(1)
Further Screening 317(1)
i5 Sexualities on Film Since the Sexual 318(21)
Revolution
Hollywood and the Sexual Revolution 319(1)
Film and Gay Culture from Stonewall to AIDS 320(5)
The AIDS Crisis 325(3)
Queer Theory and New Queer Cinema 328(7)
Case Study: Go Fish (1995) 335(1)
Conclusion: Hollywood Today 335(2)
Questions for Discussion 337(1)
Further Reading 337(1)
Further Screening 338(1)
Glossary 339(17)
Index 356