The cultural politics of popular film
in The cultural politics of contemporary Hollywood film
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This chapter outlines the rationale, scope, and key terms employed throughout the book. Offering an overview of the book as a whole, we argue that cultural politics investigates popular cultural forms not simply as entertainment or art, but rather as ‘political technologies’. The key question we address is: how are Hollywood movies political?


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