Still Enemies at the Gate? The Changing Iconography of Russia and Russians in Hollywood Films
Film plays an important role in shaping one culture's perceptions of another. This paper examines the changing iconography of Hollywood's representations of Russian-ness in pre-Cold-War, Cold-War, and post-Cold-War films.
||Iconography in Film, Representations of Russians in Film, Cultural Perceptions
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 7, pp.13-20.
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Beth Goering's primary research interests are the interconnections between culture and communication. She teaches classes in intercultural, organizational, and group communication.
Andrea Krause approaches the teaching of writing, literature and film from a Cultural Studies perspective.
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