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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52806
Doc. No:TL22760
Call number:‭3399217‬
Main Entry:Jason Grant McKahan
Title & Author:Hollywood counterterrorism: Violence, protest and the Middle East in U.S. action feature filmsJason Grant McKahan
College:The Florida State University
Date:2009
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2009
Page No:380
Abstract:“Hollywood Counterterrorism: The Political Economy of Middle Eastern Violence and Protest in Action Feature Films” demonstrates how Western discourses of counterterrorism and the Middle East have shaped Hollywood cinematic productions through sourcing and collaboration with private and official institutions. I historicize how terrorism emerged to become a privileged concept in the representation of Hollywood cinema and how hegemonic counterterrorism discourses of the Middle East are encoded in film aesthetics and narrative in the process of U.S. motion picture production. The account of the dissertation delineates how the Hollywood simulacrum of Middle East terrorism is a site for cultural, racial and religious conflict pertaining to mediated representations of political and religious violence. The economic policies and wars of such a social order have become naturalized and all-pervasive in the Hollywood action film genre.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Action films; Arabs; Counterterrorism; Hollywood; Middle East; Muslims; Protest; Violence; Communication; Film studies; 0900:Film studies; 0459:Communication
Added Entry:A. Opel
Added Entry:The Florida State University