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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54642
Doc. No:TL24596
Call number:‭3260574‬
Main Entry:Elana Shefrin
Title & Author:Re-mediating the Israeli -Palestinian conflict: The use of films to facilitate dialogueElana Shefrin
College:Georgia State University
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:360
Abstract:With the objective of outlining a decision-making process for the selection, evaluation, and application of films for invigorating Palestinian-Israeli dialogue encounters, this project researches, collates, and weaves together the historico-political narratives of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the artistic worldviews of the Israeli and Palestinian national cinemas, and the procedural designs of successful Track II dialogue interventions. Using a tailored version of Lucien Goldman’s method of homologic textual analysis, three Palestinian and three Israeli popular film texts are analyzed along the dimensions of Historico-Political Contextuality, Socio-Cultural Intertextuality, and Ethno-National Textuality. Then, applying the six "best practices" criteria gleaned from thriving dialogue programs, coupled with the six "cautionary tales" criteria gleaned from flawed dialogue models, three bi-national peacebuilding film texts are homologically analyzed and contrasted with the six popular film texts. This exercise is designed to implement a method for identifying "which, why, how, and when" filmic communication is best paired with dialogic communication to buttress the effects of Israeli-Palestinian Track II peacebuilding mediations. It is proposed that a synergized approach of film plus dialogue will contribute to the re-mediation of ethnonational imaginaries and the re-imagining of the violent parameters of the conflict. Index words. Palestinian Cinema, Israeli Cinema, Film, Dialogue, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, National Identity
Subject:Communication and the arts; Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; Dialogue; Films; Israeli-Palestinian conflict; Palestine; International law; International relations; Rhetoric; Composition; Motion pictures; 0681:Composition; 0900:Motion pictures; 0681:Rhetoric; 0616:International relations; 0616:International law
Added Entry:M. L. Bruner
Added Entry:Georgia State University