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Reagan Ross <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 16 May 2001 13:39:26 -0400
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Not exactly what you want but _Inventing Vietnam: The War in Film and
Television_ is a pretty good study on the Vietnam war and film and TV.
Also, there have been a couple of excellent essays on _Full Metal Jacket_:

Moore, Janet C. "For Fighting and for Fun: Kubrick's Complicitous Critique
in _Full        Metal Jacket_." _The Velvet Light Trap 31 (1993):30-47.

Willoquet-Maricondi, Paula. "Full-Metal Jacketing, or Masculinity in the
Making."        _Cinema Journal_ 33 (1994): 5-21.

The Willoquet-Maricondi one in particular extensively deals with the
American soldier.


At 09:00 AM 05/16/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>hi folks,
>i'm new to cinematic studies--coming to it as a fan and from a sociological
>perspective....i'm looking for a readable and contemporary book for
>undergraduates dealing with the treatment of the american soldier in
>films--preferably up through three kings and american beauty...i have a
>couple, such as doherty's--hollywood, american culture and wwii and
>virilio's war and cinema...thanks in advance,
>Morten G. Ender, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor of Sociology
>Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership
>Thayer Hall, Room 282E
>United States Military Academy
>West Point, New York 10996
>(845) 938-5638 (w)
>(845) 938-2236 (fax)
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