Author Shary, Timothy
Title Youth Culture in Global Cinema
Imprint Austin : University of Texas Press, 2007
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Youth Culture Shock (Timothy Shary) -- Part 1: Rebellion and Resistance -- Chapter 1: American Juvenile Delinquency Movies and the European Censors: The Cross-Cultural Reception and Censorship of THE WILD ONE, BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, and REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (Daniel Biltereyst) -- Chapter 2: The Imported Rebellion: Criminal Guys and Consumerist Girls in Postwar Germany and Austria (Alexandra Seibel) -- Chapter 3. Rebels with a Cause: Children versus the Military Industrial Complex (Mick Broderick) -- Part 2: Politics and Style -- Chapter 4: Chinese ''Youth Problem'' Films in the 1980s: The Apolitics of Rebellion (Xuelin Zhou) -- Chapter 5: The Age of Transition: Angels and Blockers in Recent Eastern and Central European Films (Anikó Imre) -- Chapter 6: The Sound of the South Bronx: Youth Culture, Genre, and Performance in Charlie Ahearn's WILD STYLE (Kimberley Bercov Monteyne) -- Part 3: Youth and Inner-national Conflict -- Chapter 7: Out of Depth: The Politics of Disaffected Youth and Contemporary Latin American Cinema (Laura Podalsky) -- Chapter 8: Birds that Cannot Fly: Childhood and Youth in CITY OF GOD (Sonia Cristina Lino) -- Chapter 9: Portraying Muslim Youth in Egypt and India: "Worship None but Allah and Be Dutiful and Good to Parents" (Claudia Preckel) -- Chapter 10: Projecting a Bridge for Youth: Islamic "Enlightenment" versus Westernization in Turkish Cinema (Savaş Arslan) -- Part 4: Narrating Gender and Difference -- Chapter 11: Narrating the Feminine Nation: The Coming-of-Age Girl in Contemporary New Zealand Cinema (Mary M. Wiles) -- Chapter 12: Gender, Race, Feminism, and the International Girl Hero: The Unremarkable U.S. Popular Press Reception of BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM and WHALE RIDER (Sarah Projansky) -- Chapter 13: Pachyderm's Progress (Murray Pomerance)
Chapter 14: Boys Will Be Men: Teen Masculinities in Recent Spanish Cinema (Santiago Fouz-Hernández) -- Part 5: Coming-of-Age Queer -- Chapter 15: Girls Looking at Girls Looking for Girls : The Visual Pleasures and Social Empowerment of Queer Teen Romance Flicks (Susan Driver) -- Chapter 16: Youth, Sexuality, and the Nation: BEAUTIFUL THING and SHOW ME LOVE (Scott Henderson) -- Chapter 17: Different from the Other(s): German Youth and the Threat of Homosexual Seduction (Stephen Tropiano) -- Appendix A: Filmography of Global Youth Films by Nation -- Appendix B: Filmography of Global Youth Films by Theme -- Bibliography -- Contributors -- Index
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Link Print version: Shary, Timothy Youth Culture in Global Cinema Austin : University of Texas Press,c2007 9780292709300
Subject Youth in motion pictures
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Alt Author Seibel, Alexandra