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Stars, the Film Reader 2 editions

Cover of: Stars, the Film Reader | Lucy Fischer

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The concept of shifting, fragmenting, and binding, which stems from Marx's theory of commodity fetishism and which has been used in cultural studies to describe various forms of institutional oppression, is particularly useful in understanding the ways that studios positioned actors as social subjects during Hollywood's Golden Era.
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2 editions First published in 2004

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Cover of: Stars, the Film Reader (In Focus--Routledge Film Readers)
March 26, 2004, Routledge
Stars, the Film Reader (In Focus--Routledge Film Readers)
in English
Cover of: Stars, the Film Reader (In Focus--Routledge Film Readers)
March 26, 2004, Routledge
Stars, the Film Reader (In Focus--Routledge Film Readers)
in English

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June 15, 2012 Edited by AMillarBot remove edition notes from title (In Focus--Routledge Film Readers)
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