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Reframing postmodern ideology with traditional ethnographic film

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dc.contributor.advisor Arounsack, Steve Westfall, Tammy Kay
dc.contributor.other Miller-Antonio, Sari
dc.contributor.other Olivant, David 2017-05-02T00:16:23Z 2017-05-02T00:16:23Z 2017 April en_US 2017-05-01
dc.identifier.other Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies en_US
dc.description.abstract The fusion of postmodern tenets and principles with traditional cultural anthropological theory and methods in ethnographic films appears generally undervalued. To highlight and analyze some of the constructive results of this fusion, an ethnographic documentary titled, “…an American Subculture? A Visual Anthropological Study” was produced. Additionally, this research examines and critiques three different applications of postmodern principles that were used in the documentary: the concept of researching only “marginal and excluded” groups; polyvocality (multiple dialogues); and the ethical postmodern stance on the representation of a group through the consideration of how an audience might perceive information provided within a documentary. en_US
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dc.title Reframing postmodern ideology with traditional ethnographic film en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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