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Sat, 11 Feb 1995 15:34:47 CST
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     Hi Jason,
     I'm just completing a doctoral thesis on SF film, and there are
three articles I can think of, offhand, that might help you in your
Michael Stern _Making Culture into Nature; or, Who Put the "Special"
into "Special Effects"?_ in _Science-Fiction Studies_ #22, vol.7 part 3,
November 1980.
Albert J. La Valley _Traditions of Trickery: The Role of Special Effects
in the Science-Fiction Film_ in _Shadows of the Magic Lamp_, ed. George
E. Slusser & Eric S. Rabkin, 1985: Southern Illinois UP.
Steve Neale _"You've Got To Be Fucking Kidding!" Knowledge, Belief and
Judgement in Science Fiction_ in _Alien Zone_, ed. Annette Kuhn, 1990:
     Hope this helps. Regards,
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>I am currentl doing a research paper on special effects used in movies
>and the impact they have on viewers. I am having trouble finding sources
>on the impact of them. For example, when can viewers not believe what
>they see, or how have special effects shaped viewers perception of
>things. Like Jurassic Park, That movie allowed millions to experience
>what a world would be like with Dinosaurs living. These are just some
>thoughts I am trying to cover. If you know of any good resources please
>tell me. Thank You.
> Jason McClain
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> Baldwin Wallace College
> Honors 106 Research Paper