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Jajasoon Tlitteu <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 1 Mar 1995 12:53:26 CST
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I suggest you check out the book Couching Resistance: Women, Film, and
Psychoanalytic Psychiatry by Janet Walker.  It discusses the above in
reference to films from 45-65(ish).  I'm using it in my current research
about women and tranquilizers in popular culture, but it sounds more suited
to work in psychology in films (as that what she spends most of the book
discussing).
 
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