Content tagged "family"
Posted by Alan Lightman
Three Flames portrays the struggles of a Cambodian farming family against the extreme patriarchal attitudes of their society and a cruel and dictatorial father, set in a rural community that is slowly being exposed to the modern world and its values.
Posted by Robin Hauck S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2003
Topics: 1980s, American Beauty, Baby Boom, conservatism, family, Fatal Attraction, film, High Tide, Kramer vs. Kramer, Look Who's Talking, motherhood, Mr. Mom, Ordinary People, Parenthood, Terms of Endearment, textual analysis, The Good Mother, Three Men and a Baby
“Popcorn Moms” is a socio-historical analysis of the ways American commercial cinema represented motherhood in the 1980s.
Bilingual By Design: A Design Study of Toy Design and Material Play Culture for Children Bilingual in French and English
The design of bilingual talking toys and their potential uses in the bilingual family.
Posted by Aswin Punathambekar S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2003
Topics: audiences, class, diaspora, ethnography, family, film, Hindi, immigration, India, Indian-American, popular culture, transnational
A theoretical framework and a set of analytical tools that might help us understand how Hindi films are watched in the Indian-American diaspora.