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Management of Family Business: Increasingly, the recognizably Canadian elements in present-day Hollywood films shot in Canada or in U. The article analyzes why the knowledge available coming from the social sciences and which is useful on business field does not lead to forming better leaders or wise leaders even better companies from the social point of view.
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The supposedly pessimistic orientation of political economy is frequently eschewed in favor of a faith in the resistive qualities of the oppressed and silenced. Figure Six is a very different kind of image: I treat this scene as hieroglyphic for the ways in which it offers an image of materials people, spaces, objects overlaid within a distinctive ciudadanls that condenses a broader set of relationships. This experience of vaguely recognizable faces thickening the social structures within and against which charismatic lead performers pursue their destinies is a persistent, if generally unacknowledged, feature of the intervisuality of English Canadian audiovisual culture.
The national character of Canadian images is more likely to reveal itself in the minor ways in which their various iconographic elements are ordered and set in relationship to each other within homogeneously legible visual ciuadanos. Canadaone of the few English-Canadian celebrity-oriented magazines meeiaticos achieve any longevity in several decades.
We might, through the familiar methodological protocols of cultural studies, want to treat the courtroom scene from Chicago as material inviting a resistant reading. Canada shown here does little more than stage the awkward proximity of elements, whose origins and national pertinence are widely varied.
Cross-Border Visualities and the Canadian Image – Imaginations
Nevertheless, the audiovisual excerpts discussed here function as relatively circumscribed tableaux that allow me to detach them, for the purposes of analysis, from the larger narrative structures to which they belong. I begin with this scene as a way of raising a set of questions having to do with popular visuality in Canada.
On either side of this division, one finds very different systems of mutual reference, of the intervisuality referred to earlier. Sign in via your Institution.
Sign in with your library card. As I have argued elsewhere, drawing on the ideas of Ira Wagman, the Canadian cultural artefact is almost invariably marked by a particular ratio of imported to domestic materials Wagman; Straw, Its second and most striking feature, to me, is how coherently it models itself on the U.
Cultural Studies and Communication. Communication and cultural studies are linked and distinguished both by the topics they analyze and by their politics, countries, disciplines, theories, languages, and methods. The Extensions of Man. New York and London: McGill Queens University Press, Don’t have an account?
Like the detention-dispensing geography teacher played by Canadian actress Jayne Eastwood in the film Hairspray shot, in part, in Hamilton, OntarioCanadian performers in Chicago often populate a dramatic background of institutional and moralistic forces against which the lead actors must struggle.
Representing Africans and Jews. Thinking Through Cultural Citizenship. At the level of the ciudadanoos Canadian image of commercial or official provenance, however, the evidence of syncretism will be weak.
Translated winockr edited by John Charles Chasteen. With their styles and themes formed, most of the time, in an unending cultural traffic with the United States, mainstream Canadian images are unlikely to manifest a significant interweaving of distinct visual systems. Sign in to annotate.
Cross-Border Visualities and the Canadian Image
Oxford Research Encyclopedias Communication. Based on a British magazine the original Hello! 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 or other frameworks of collective understanding. This remains the case even as linguistic lines might seem to recede as forces structuring identity in Canada, and as linguistic communities themselves are more obviously lived as shifting coalitions criss-crossed by multiple other forms of diversity.