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Antigoni Memou

structural limitations to disrupt the ideological constraints imposed by the social democratic version of state corporatism in the period of the New Deal in the United States.10 Despite Sternfeld’s obvious and likely deliberate reference to this tradition, much of this criticism could not be applied to his project, which lacks the power relations ascribed to these early documentary projects. In fact, most of the subjects are not strongly differentiated from the photographer or their likely viewers. Sternfeld, as well as the potential viewers of these photographs, are

in Photography and social movements
The failure of the Anzac legend
Kent Fedorowich

Australia , Cambridge, 1988 , pp. 92–120. R. A. Hawkins, ‘Socialism at work? Corporatism, soldier settlers, and the canned pineapple industry in south-eastern Queensland, 1917–39’, Australian Studies , no. 4, 1990 , pp. 35–59. One of the richest sources of post-World War I soldier settlement conducted on a regional and local context has been undertaken by Australian

in Unfit for heroes