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The Influence of Border Films

drugging and kidnapping his wife, whom he subsequently frames on drug charges (Touch of Evil, 1995). Vargas, and justice, prevail ...

Cherokee Influences on Colonial Settlers

This paper addresses Native American Culture and its impact on colonial American society. The author discusses various ways in wh...

The Right Stuff & Technology

conquer it. The focus of the film changes when it shifts to dramatizing the successful launch of the Soviet Unions Sputnik and i...

American History X the Film

his way is not going to solve anything and will only lead to more death. The film deserves a few words as...

Care at the End of Life and Cultural Variations

(1997) observes: "Involving the family in hospital care, maximizing the family as a resource, and creating an environment where h...

Low Context Culture And High Context Culture In Business

culture has a direct impact on communication, both verbal and non-verbal (College of Business Administration, 2005). Researchers h...

Gods and Monsters and Its Message Regarding Society and Culture

sex, and they can be both works of sexuality, and still be considered works of art. Heterosexual women may paint women who are cle...

Asian Culture in Art and Film

way or another by the culture itself. Now, while there are numerous contemporary artists and also numerous styles this section ...

Face of an Angel by Chavez

In five pages this novel's protagonist is the central focus with comparisons to the depiction of Latin American culture to America...

The History of California Native Americans Prior to 1900

of peoples in the area, as settlements were logically more concentrated around water. Members of all groups were particularly dev...

Native American Influences on Modern American Culture

also being reflected in modern culture with the search for a spiritual connection with the earth, which is a value being adopted a...

Culture and Personality, African Americans

a significant subculture in American society as a whole, as it accounts for 41.1 million American or roughly 13.5 percent of the p...

Crash, A Cinematic Parable

his motivation for stealing Jean and Ricks car. However, in committing grand theft auto, Anthony objectifies Jean and Rick just as...

A Review of A Bronx Tale

A 6 page essay reviewing both the film and print versions of this popular tale. Both the negative and positive aspects of America...

How American Beauty Serves as American Social Criticism

The ways in which the style and storyline of this film can be regarded as critiquing the superficiality of American culture and so...

Workplace Culture and the Film Die Hard

a fairly ordinary guy, even if he is a cop. The movie offers numerous and viciously cynical commentary on the media, the FBI, and ...

American Interpretations of Film Noir

of America had suffered through more than 15 years of deprivation in one form or another. The Great Depression that began with th...

Film and American Culture

everyone reveals their powerful inner human side, and all comes out well in the end. Some may argue that this film depicts the ...

Using Mass Media to Argue for Gun Control

incidence of fire breaking out during operations. In one of ABCs 20/20 episodes in 1998, the audience was cautioned that this ha...

The Magnificent Seven Film and the Cowboy Mentality

clearly an attempt to redefine the modern cowboy for modern audiences by penetrating the invincible stereotype and revealing vulne...

Portrayal of Blacks in the Media, 1960s-Present

a shock for white audiences. Poitier invested his character with dignity and strength, and although later that tactic no longer re...

American Popular Culture of 1951 Represented in James Jones’ Best-Selling Novel From Here to Eternity and George Stevens’ Film A Place in the Sun

in explicit language and vivid descriptions of sexuality that were shocking within the conservative cultural context of the period...

Richard Lester: "Petulia"

counterculture. Thus, by setting his film there (he filmed most of it on location), Lester was tapping into the one spot in the co...

American Religion and the 2003 Film Bruce Almighty

how dependent upon technology the average citizen has become in everyday life. The fact that God initially contacted Bruce via hi...

American Psycho/In Bruges

A 3 page essay that contrasts and compares American Psycho (2000, directed by Mary Harron) and In Bruges (2008, directed by Martin...

Good Night, and Good Luck, Film Review

This film review primarily profiles the film's protagonist, Edward R. Murrow, using an existential perspective. The writer argues ...

Family Concepts Defined

In five pages sociological and cultural definitions of the family concept are examined with the traditional Indian culture compare...

Culture and the US Fight Against Terrorism

is still centered on "Christian religion, Protestant values and moralism, a work ethic, the English language, British traditions o...

Modern Dysfunctional Culture as Embodied by the Film 'American Beauty'

culture in the discontentment of one mans desire to live more of his life than merely being a cookie cutout of average people. Le...

Contemporary American Culture and Films

In a paper consisting of 7 pages American cinema and how it satirizes or reflects American culture is considered with student tuto...