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China on Screen: Cinema and Nation
In China on Screen, Chris Berry and Mary Farquhar, leaders in the field of Chinese film studies, explore more than one hundred years of Chinese cinema and nation. Providing new perspectives on keyExpand
If China Can Say No, Can China Make Movies? Or, Do Movies Make China? Rethinking National Cinema and National Agency
Writing about national cinemas used to be an easy task: film critics believed all they had to do was construct a linear historical narrative describing the development of a cinema within a particularExpand
What is transnational cinema? Thinking from the Chinese situation
ABSTRACT This article examines Chinese cinema to think further about defining and researching transnational cinema. Can transnational cinema be defined as a theoretical concept and a set ofExpand
Multigrade teaching occurs within a graded system of education when a single class contains two or more student grade levels. It is contrasted with the usual pattern of classroom organization inExpand
Shadow Opera: Toward a New Archaeology of the Chinese Cinema
Until the 1980s in the West, early cinema was seen as "immature babblings" within a linear approach to film history.1 The view was that "primitive" cinema matured into "classic" cinema, exemplifiedExpand
Achievement effects of multigrade and monograde primary schools in the Turks and Caicos Islands
Abstract This article reports on a study that compares the reading progress of students in multigrade schools with the reading progress of students in monograde schools. The research was conducted inExpand
Asian Values, Family Values
  • C. Berry
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of homosexuality
  • 21 May 2001
This article examines some of those East Asian film and video representations of gay men and, to a lesser extent, lesbians and other queer characters and communities and sees these films as registering and expressing some of the needs of emergent Asian gay communities. Expand