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Cross-Border Visualities and the Canadian Image

Their appearance in such roles resonates, at least slightly, with longstanding stereotypes about Anglo-Canadian character and its legendary investment in notions of order and propriety. The Echos Vedettes cover stands as evidence of the well-known self-sustaining character of Quebec show business.

If you are a student or academic complete our librarian recommendation form to recommend the Oxford Research Encyclopedias to your librarians for an institutional free trial. More broadly, we find enacted, within Canadian popular imagery, ways of being together that stand as implicit propositions about the relative claims of different figures—human or non-human—on social spaces and the relationships such spaces may enable.

Bourdieu is speaking here primarily of the family photograph, and of its variable capacity to convey a sense of untroubled familial harmony Bourdieu On either side of this division, one finds very different systems of mutual reference, of the intervisuality referred to earlier. At the level of the widely-circulating Canadian image of commercial or official provenance, however, the evidence of syncretism will be weak.

Figure Six is a very different kind of image: The Chilean Case more. University of Toronto Press, The version of this trafficking to be discussed here is minor both in its scale and in the levels of inequity it presumes and reinforces. This is all the more strikingly the case in Chicagowhose star performers Richard Gere and Renee Zelwegger express themselves in libidinous musical fantasy numbers that are interspersed throughout the courtroom scene and make use of its space.


Rather, as I have suggested, images stage the proximity of things, people, and places and, in doing so, pose the question of their equitable coexistence. This is in keeping with their status as interdisciplinary areas that emerged in the early to midth century and crossed the humanities and the social sciences.

At the same time, it is part of the work of images to distribute their various elements along the axes of foreground and background, major and minor, the communicatively expansive and the restricted.

In narrative forms, like the novel or the feature film script, this interweaving wihocur elements is the object of a labour of articulation that works between textual levels and materials to endow this ratio of materials with a sense of seamless intelligibility.

Communication and cultural studies are linked and distinguished both by the topics they analyze and by their politics, countries, disciplines, theories, languages, and methods.

Le point du jour, This flattening problematizes any easy distinction between language and metalanguage, between those elements, which come from various kinds of cultural elsewhere, and a narrative or authorial voice that would work to reframe them within national wioncur other frameworks of collective understanding.

Hariman, Robert and Jean Louis Lucaites. As a result, and not incidentally, these locally-hired performers tend to be overwhelmingly white, middle-aged and male. Access to the complete content on Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication requires a subscription or purchase. Chicago does this, in xiudadanos, through a telescoping that is typical of Hollywood films shot wholly or in part in other countries. Increasingly, the recognizably Canadian elements in present-day Hollywood films shot in Canada or in U.

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As the artist has acknowledged, and critics have noted e. Rrosalia textual and media forms that disseminate images in Canada are differentiated, for the most part, along linguistic lines. Duke University Press, As has been noted by others, Canada was once the source of exotic, picturesque landscapes that filmmakers employed as decorative backdrops Gittings.


Remember me on this computer. In this respect, commercial and culturally mainstream Canadian images provide weak cases for the application of compelling concepts developed in recent work on the transnational traffic in images.

In the courtroom scene that serves as the climax of Chicagosecondary roles embodying stuffy legal authority are played by Canadian actors.

Nevertheless, a distribution of emotional intensities is one effect of transnational co-production arrangements that set charismatic stars from the U.

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Editions de minuit, I treat this scene as hieroglyphic for the ways in which it offers an image of materials people, spaces, objects overlaid within a distinctive arrangement that condenses a broader set of relationships. The Bias of Communication. By treating several images in terms of the ways in which they stage some of the predicaments of Canadian cultural expression, however, I hope to contribute in a speculative fashion to the study of Canadian popular visuality.

University of British Columbia Press, University of Ottawa Press, In other words, the Canadian and U. Skip to main content. The sense that national or supranational entities might be distinguished by the pre-eminence of one cultural form or another has woven its way through analyses of media and culture for a long time.

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Each, to different degrees, floundered when the images around which they turned failed to resonate fully with more quotidian experiences of place, identity, and social cohesion. The supposedly pessimistic orientation of political economy is frequently eschewed in favor of a faith in the resistive qualities of the oppressed and silenced.

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