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Volume 38, Number 3 (Autumn 1997)
EDITORS: John Caughie, Simon Frith, Norman King, Annette Kuhn, Karen Lury,
Jackie Stacey, The John Logie
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Race gender and disavowal in Spanish cinema of the early Franco period: the
missionary film and the folkloric musical. Jo Labanyi pp. 215-231
Steel in the gaze: on POV and the discourse of vision in Kathryn Biegelow's
cinema. Laura Rascaroli pp. 232-246
'Drama' into 'news': strategies of intervention in 'The Wednesday Play'. M.K.
Transforming television broadcasting in a democratic South Africa. Jacqueline
Maingard pp. 260-274
REPORTS AND DEBATES
Debate. Piano recital. Annie Goldson pp. 275-281
Debate. Rhetorical powerplay: a note on Ien Ang's review of The Dynasty Years.
Jostein Gripsrud pp. 282-286
VARIOUS REVIEWS pp. 287-306
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