Myth, Mind and the Screen: Understanding the Heroes of Our Time
Cambridge University Press, 6 дек. 2001 г. - Всего страниц: 237
Myth, Mind and the Screen is a systematic attempt to apply Jungian theory to the analysis of films (including 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Silence of the Lambs and The Piano) as well as a variety of cultural icons and products such as Madonna, Michael Jackson and televised sport. Through these and other examples, John Izod shows how Jungian theory can bring new tools to film and media studies and new ways of understanding screen images and narratives.
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Jungian theory textual analysis and audience play
Archetypal images signification and the psyche
Archetypal images symbols and the cultural unconscious
The Piano the animus and colonial experience
The pop star as icon
cultural meanings of Michael Jackson
A goddess who comes? Madonna as trickster
The quest of a female hero The Silence of the Lambs
Television sport and the sacrificial hero
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Стр. 4 - Woman, then, stands in patriarchal culture as signifier for the male other, bound by a symbolic order in which man can live out his fantasies and obsessions through linguistic command, by imposing them on the silent image of woman still tied to her place as bearer of meaning, not maker of meaning.
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