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Blocking "Blockade": Partisan Protest, Popular Debate, and Encapsulated Texts

A history of the preproduction, publicity, and partisan protest of "Blockade" (1938) reveals that popular culture institutions create "encapsulated texts," selected portions of the text that enter into public debate.

Journal Title: Cinema Journal 1 October 1996, Vol.36(1), pp.18-38
Main Author: Smith, Greg M.
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 00097101 ; E-ISSN: 15272087 ; DOI: 10.2307/1225593
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  • Political science -- Military science -- Armed conflict
  • Political science -- Politics -- Political processes
  • Political science -- Politics -- Political processes
  • Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Industrial engineering
  • Political science -- Political organizations -- Political parties
  • Religion -- Spiritual belief systems -- Christianity
  • Social sciences -- Communications -- Censorship
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