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Race and Representation in American Cinema
1996 Volume III

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. “Willie Sunday: A Critical Analysis of Factual Information in Film”
______Geraldine Martin
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2. Using Film and Literature to Examine Uncle Remus: A Comparison and Analysis of the Film—Song Of The South
______Felicia R. McKinnon
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3. Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children’s Films
______Karen F. Carazo
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4. Using Film As A Springboard To Exploring The Truth About AIDS
______Jean Sutherland
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5. Recognizing Stereotypical Images of African Americans in Television and Movies
______Steven F. Gray
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6. Pocahontas, From Fiction to Fact: Using Disney’s Film to Teach the True Story
______Christine Y. House
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7. The Eye Behind the Camera; the Voice Behind the Story
______Synia Carroll-McQuillan
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8. People, Places & Pictures
______Yel Hannon Brayton
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9. Women of Color as Artists
______Val-Jean Belton
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10. Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
______Martha Savage
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11. Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
______Ida Hickerson
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12. Hollywood and Higher Learning
______Deborah E. Hare
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13. Black Actors inAmerican Cinema
______Carol Penney
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14. In Their Own Words: African American Contributions to the American Film Industry”
______Gerene Freeman
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