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Author: Jennifer L. Borda
ISBN: 0786448415
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: McFarland (November 4, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
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e-Book Women Labor Activists in the Movies: Nine Depictions of Workplace Organizers, 1954-2005 epub download

by Jennifer L. Borda



Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption.

Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption. This critical text explores films with female labor activists as main protagonists, illuminating issues of gender and class while depicting the challenges of working class women. Films covered include Salt of the Earth, Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption.

book by Jennifer L. Borda.

Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or. . Films covered include Salt of the Earth, Pajama Game, Union Maids, With Babies and Banners, Norma Rae, Silkwood, and Live Nude Girls Unite!

Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption

Women labor activists in the movies : nine depictions of workplace organizers, 1954-2005 Jennifer L. Women labor activists in the movies : nine depictions of workplace organizers, 1954-2005 Jennifer L. Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption. This critical text explores films with female labor activists as main protagonists, illuminating issues of gender and class while depicting the challenges of working class women" Provided by publisher.

Women Labour Activists in the Movies Nine Depictions of Workplace Organizers, 1954 - 2005, Jennifer L. Bora, Chapter 4 'Hollywood's Working Class Heroines, Norma Rae Silkwood and Politics of the Docudrama. Linda Dittmar, Images of Women in Film: An Introductory Women's Studies Course, The Radical Teacher(USA: University of Illinois Press, 1982). Noel Carroll, The Image of Women in Film: A Defence of a Paradigm, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (USA: The American Society for Aesthetics, 1990).

Nine Depictions of Workplace Organizers, 1954-2005. Jennifer L. Borda is an associate professor of communication at the University of New Hampshire. Learn how to read digital books for free. by Jennifer L. More about Jennifer L. Women Labor Activists in the Movies.

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What sounds like a tacky, exploitative premise for a reality show from the mid-00s - a day-in-the-lives of ragtag employees at a Hooters-like breastaurant - actually makes for one of the most engrossing and humanizing onscreen depictions of what it’s like to be a woman in the service industry. Movies don’t get much more Labor Day-appropriate than a film backed by the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers.

Some of the most indelible images of women in recent American film have been of working women fighting for labor reform or to expose corporate corruption. This critical text explores films with female labor activists as main protagonists, illuminating issues of gender and class while depicting the challenges of working class women. Films covered include Salt of the Earth, Pajama Game, Union Maids, With Babies and Banners, Norma Rae, Silkwood, and Live Nude Girls Unite! Through comparative analysis, the text examines the responses of these films to the labor and feminist movements of the last half century, and how American cinema has articulated notions of disempowerment, ambivalence and, at times, the resistance of both women and the working class at large.