Journal of English Teaching through Movies and Media 2003;4(1):23-34.
Published online June 30, 2003.
Cultural Images Seen in the Movies
Kubota Morihiro
Abstract
It is quite natural that we enjoy movies as public entertainment, but many of them are masterpieces as valuable records or documents in a field of study. In particular, we can discover some typical features, such as cultural or social aspects seen in the stories shown on the screen. We are often affected by the cultural images of racism, feminism, and discrimination created in the movies. When we think of the differences in cultural phenomena seen in the movies, we have to take into consideration how to correctly evaluate each scene portrayed by the movie makers. I would like to point out these aspects and study the meanings behind the real scenes shown to us.
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