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Zoë Druick

Profese: pedagog

Země: Kanada

Zoë Druick

She is Associate Dean (Graduate and Research) of FCAT and Professor in the School of Communication. Her primary areas of teaching and research are media studies, cultural industries and cultural theory. Her research considers histories, theories and trajectories of documentary and reality-based media. Zdroj:  https://www.sfu.ca/

Publikace autora

Projecting Canada

Projecting Canada

Zoë Druick
2007 / 1 stran

Based on newly uncovered archival information and a close reading of numerous NFB films, Projecting Canada explores the NFB's involvement with British Empire communication theory and American social science. Using a critical cultural policy studies framework, Druick develops the concept of "government realism" to describe films featuring ordinary people as representative of segments of the population. She demonstrates the close connection between NFB production policies and shifting techniques developed in relation to the evolution of social science from the 1940s to the present and argues that government policy has been the overriding factor in determining the ideology of NFB films. Projecting Canada offers a compelling new perspective on both the development of the documentary form and the role of cultural policy in creating essential spaces for aesthetic production. [books.google.cz]

Realizováno za podpory:

Financováno EU
Ministerstvo kultury
Státní fond kinematografie
Kraj Vysočina
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