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by Katrina Daly Thompson
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  • Author:
    Katrina Daly Thompson
  • ISBN:
    0253006511
  • ISBN13:
    978-0253006516
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  • Publisher:
    Indiana University Press (December 13, 2012)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Movies
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by Katrina Daly Thompson.

by Katrina Daly Thompson. This timely book reflects on discourses of identity that pervade local talk and texts in Zimbabwe, a nation beset by political and economic crisis.

Katrina Daly Thompson shows how Zimbabwean viewers interpret film and TV and how these.

This timely book reflects on discourses of identity that pervade local talk and texts in Zimbabwe, a nation beset by political and economic crisis.

Zimbabwe's Cinematic Arts. has been added to your Cart. Katrina Daly Thompson has made a fine contribution to scholarship on African cinema. This is a book that will enrich discussions of African film and media studies for years to come. Recognizing culture as a socially negotiated process, the book uses critical discourse analysis to interrogate power structures and flows.

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This timely book reflects on discourses of identity that pervade local talk and texts in Zimbabwe, a nation beset by political and economic crisis. As she explores questions of culture that play out in broadly accessible local and foreign film and television, Katrina Daly Thompson shows how viewers interpret these media and how they impact everyday life, language use, and thinking about community. She offers a unique understanding of how media reflect and contribute to Zimbabwean culture, language, and ethnicity.