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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:53713
Doc. No:TL23667
Call number:‭MR58679‬
Main Entry:Kevin Pat Fong
Title & Author:Le rôle de l'altérité dans la construction de l'identité racialeKevin Pat Fong
College:Simon Fraser University (Canada)
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:117
Abstract:The goal of the thesis is to explore the representation of identity with regards to social, political and cultural construction of race in contemporary French literature and cinema. The thesis will follow a multidisciplinary approach with the use of theories from communication and cultural studies. For the analysis of the topic, two novels – Tahar Ben Jelloun's Les raisins de la galère (1996) and Nina Bouraoui's Garçon manqué (2000) – and two movies – Matthieu Kassovitz's La haine (1995) and Abdellatif Kechiche's L'esquive (2004) – have been chosen. The thesis examines the power of language and how the power of speech and writing influence identity building. The dissertation will take into consideration the contribution of violence in the life of the characters. The last section will take note of the forms of exclusion and resistance offered by the protagonists trapped in a world who does not wish to acknowledge them because of their differences. Keywords: Identity, alterity, race, French contemporary literature, French contemporary cinema, Tahar Ben Jelloun, Nina Bouraoui, Abdellatif Kechiche, Matthieu Kassovitz, language, violence, exclusion, resistance, cultural studies
Subject:Communication and the arts; Language, literature and linguistics; Ben Jelloun, Tahar; Bouraoui, Nina; France; Kassovitz, Matthieu; Kechiche, Abdellatif; Morocco; Tunisia; Modern literature; Romance literature; African literature; Film studies; 0900:Film studies; 0316:African literature; 0313:Romance literature; 0298:Modern literature
Added Entry:Simon Fraser University (Canada)