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The Resource Cinematic sociology : social life in film, [edited by] Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey

Cinematic sociology : social life in film, [edited by] Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey

Label
Cinematic sociology : social life in film
Title
Cinematic sociology
Title remainder
social life in film
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Cinematic sociology is a one-of-a-kind resource that helps students to view films sociologically while also providing much-needed pedagogy for teaching sociology through film."--Page 4 of cover
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1995.9.S6
LC item number
C543 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1962-
  • 1954-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Sutherland, Jean-Anne
  • Feltey, Kathryn
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Motion pictures
  • Sociology
  • Motion pictures
  • Sociology
  • Film
  • Gesellschaftsleben
  • Soziale Klasse
  • Sozialer Wandel
Label
Cinematic sociology : social life in film, [edited by] Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Reading 2.2:
  • Elizabeth E. Martinez
  • Outtake:
  • Zombie apocalypse : understanding the perceptions of health versus nonhealth
  • Andrew Hund
  • Global connections.
  • Reading 10.1:
  • Dirty pretty things : migration, the state, and the contexts of survival in the global city
  • Roberto G. Gonzales
  • Reading 10.2:
  • Slumdog or millionaire : may I phone a friend? Neoliberalism and globalizing the American dream
  • Decoding modern society : the Matrix Trilogy and the realm of alienation
  • Alison R. Moss, Jerome M. Hendricks
  • Outtake:
  • Arabs and Muslims in Hollywood's Munich and Syriana
  • Jack G. Shaheen
  • Social change.
  • Reading 11.1:
  • From earth to cosmos : environmental sociology and images of the future in science fiction film
  • Christopher W. Podeschi
  • Reading 11.2:
  • Only possible solution? The challenge of nonviolence to the hegemony of violence in film
  • Harry F. Dahms
  • Kathryn Feltey
  • Reading 11.3:
  • "We will no longer sit quietly" : social movements through film
  • Jeffrey A. Langstraat
  • Outtake:
  • Excerpt from "thoughts on the spirit of activism in film"
  • John Farr
  • Outtake:
  • Lights, camera, theory : picturing Hollywood through multiple sociological lenses
  • Mark Rubinfeld
  • Social class.
  • reading 3.1:
  • Understanding social mobility through movies
  • James J. Dowd
  • Foreword
  • Reading 3.2:
  • Class in the classroom : Hollywood's distorted view of inequality
  • Robert C. Bulman
  • Outtake:
  • Social class in America and people like us
  • Kathryn Feltey
  • race and ethnicity.
  • Reading 4.1:
  • Spectacle of Black violence as cinema
  • Ed Guerrero
  • Elizabeth Higginbotham
  • Reading 4.2:
  • Don't worry we are all racists! Crash and the politics of privatization
  • Susan Searls Giroux, Henry A. Giroux
  • Reading 4.3:
  • Latinos/as through the lens
  • Carleen R. Basler
  • Outtake:
  • Pocahontas and intersectionality : a sociologist reflects
  • Theresa Martinez
  • Gender and sexuality.
  • Introduction
  • Reading 5.1:
  • Masculinity of the governator : muscle and compassion in American politics
  • Michael A. Messner
  • Reading 5.2:
  • Constructing empowered women : cinematic images of power and powerful women
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland
  • Reading 5.3:
  • Working boundaries : bisexuality and transgender on film
  • Betsy Lucal, Andrea Miller
  • Outtake:
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey
  • Geena Davis Institute on gender in media
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland
  • Public and private social worlds.
  • Reading 6.1:
  • Service, smiles, and selves : film representations of labor and the sociology of work
  • Karla A. Erickson
  • Reading 6.2:
  • Reel families : the delicate balance of family and work in film
  • Janet Cosbey
  • Outtake:
  • Sociological theory.
  • Seeing the emotional dimensions of work and family life
  • Rebecca J. erickson
  • Deviance, crime and law.
  • Reading 7.1:
  • Caped crusader : what Batman films tell us about crime and deviance
  • robert Wonser, David Boyns --
  • Reading 7.2:
  • Crime, film and criminology
  • Nicole Rafter
  • Reading 7.3:
  • Reading 2.1:
  • Hero, the law, and the people in between : models of the legal system in Hollywood films
  • Valerie J. Callanan
  • Outtake:
  • Corporate crime and The informant!
  • Mike Maume
  • Sociology and the life course.
  • Reading 8.1:
  • "Look out, a new world, here we come"? Race, racialization, and sexuality in four children's animated films
  • Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
  • Reading 8.2:
  • Sitting in the dark with Max : classical sociological theory through film
  • First comes the baby carriage? Nonnormative transitions to parenthood in film
  • Jeanne Holcomb
  • Reading 8.3:
  • Battles and balloons : old manhood in film
  • Neal King
  • Outtake:
  • Growth of the nonlinear life trajectory
  • Erica Orange
  • Social institutions.
  • Reading 9.1:
  • Michael Kimmel
  • Seeing religion sociologically through film
  • Susanne C. Monahan
  • Reading 9.2:
  • Sport as social institution : football films and the American dream
  • Jeff Montez de Oca
  • Reading 9.3:
  • In sickness and in health : medical sociology through celluloid stories
  • Bernice Pescosolido, Kathleen Oberlin
  • Reading 9.4:
  • 1991 Iraq invasion in cinematic perspective : Jarhead and Three kings
Control code
782128041
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xv, 475 pages
Isbn
9781412992848
Lccn
2012011335
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)782128041
Label
Cinematic sociology : social life in film, [edited by] Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Reading 2.2:
  • Elizabeth E. Martinez
  • Outtake:
  • Zombie apocalypse : understanding the perceptions of health versus nonhealth
  • Andrew Hund
  • Global connections.
  • Reading 10.1:
  • Dirty pretty things : migration, the state, and the contexts of survival in the global city
  • Roberto G. Gonzales
  • Reading 10.2:
  • Slumdog or millionaire : may I phone a friend? Neoliberalism and globalizing the American dream
  • Decoding modern society : the Matrix Trilogy and the realm of alienation
  • Alison R. Moss, Jerome M. Hendricks
  • Outtake:
  • Arabs and Muslims in Hollywood's Munich and Syriana
  • Jack G. Shaheen
  • Social change.
  • Reading 11.1:
  • From earth to cosmos : environmental sociology and images of the future in science fiction film
  • Christopher W. Podeschi
  • Reading 11.2:
  • Only possible solution? The challenge of nonviolence to the hegemony of violence in film
  • Harry F. Dahms
  • Kathryn Feltey
  • Reading 11.3:
  • "We will no longer sit quietly" : social movements through film
  • Jeffrey A. Langstraat
  • Outtake:
  • Excerpt from "thoughts on the spirit of activism in film"
  • John Farr
  • Outtake:
  • Lights, camera, theory : picturing Hollywood through multiple sociological lenses
  • Mark Rubinfeld
  • Social class.
  • reading 3.1:
  • Understanding social mobility through movies
  • James J. Dowd
  • Foreword
  • Reading 3.2:
  • Class in the classroom : Hollywood's distorted view of inequality
  • Robert C. Bulman
  • Outtake:
  • Social class in America and people like us
  • Kathryn Feltey
  • race and ethnicity.
  • Reading 4.1:
  • Spectacle of Black violence as cinema
  • Ed Guerrero
  • Elizabeth Higginbotham
  • Reading 4.2:
  • Don't worry we are all racists! Crash and the politics of privatization
  • Susan Searls Giroux, Henry A. Giroux
  • Reading 4.3:
  • Latinos/as through the lens
  • Carleen R. Basler
  • Outtake:
  • Pocahontas and intersectionality : a sociologist reflects
  • Theresa Martinez
  • Gender and sexuality.
  • Introduction
  • Reading 5.1:
  • Masculinity of the governator : muscle and compassion in American politics
  • Michael A. Messner
  • Reading 5.2:
  • Constructing empowered women : cinematic images of power and powerful women
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland
  • Reading 5.3:
  • Working boundaries : bisexuality and transgender on film
  • Betsy Lucal, Andrea Miller
  • Outtake:
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland, Kathryn Feltey
  • Geena Davis Institute on gender in media
  • Jean-Anne Sutherland
  • Public and private social worlds.
  • Reading 6.1:
  • Service, smiles, and selves : film representations of labor and the sociology of work
  • Karla A. Erickson
  • Reading 6.2:
  • Reel families : the delicate balance of family and work in film
  • Janet Cosbey
  • Outtake:
  • Sociological theory.
  • Seeing the emotional dimensions of work and family life
  • Rebecca J. erickson
  • Deviance, crime and law.
  • Reading 7.1:
  • Caped crusader : what Batman films tell us about crime and deviance
  • robert Wonser, David Boyns --
  • Reading 7.2:
  • Crime, film and criminology
  • Nicole Rafter
  • Reading 7.3:
  • Reading 2.1:
  • Hero, the law, and the people in between : models of the legal system in Hollywood films
  • Valerie J. Callanan
  • Outtake:
  • Corporate crime and The informant!
  • Mike Maume
  • Sociology and the life course.
  • Reading 8.1:
  • "Look out, a new world, here we come"? Race, racialization, and sexuality in four children's animated films
  • Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
  • Reading 8.2:
  • Sitting in the dark with Max : classical sociological theory through film
  • First comes the baby carriage? Nonnormative transitions to parenthood in film
  • Jeanne Holcomb
  • Reading 8.3:
  • Battles and balloons : old manhood in film
  • Neal King
  • Outtake:
  • Growth of the nonlinear life trajectory
  • Erica Orange
  • Social institutions.
  • Reading 9.1:
  • Michael Kimmel
  • Seeing religion sociologically through film
  • Susanne C. Monahan
  • Reading 9.2:
  • Sport as social institution : football films and the American dream
  • Jeff Montez de Oca
  • Reading 9.3:
  • In sickness and in health : medical sociology through celluloid stories
  • Bernice Pescosolido, Kathleen Oberlin
  • Reading 9.4:
  • 1991 Iraq invasion in cinematic perspective : Jarhead and Three kings
Control code
782128041
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xv, 475 pages
Isbn
9781412992848
Lccn
2012011335
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)782128041

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