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High Concept: Movies and Marketing in Hollywood
Acknowledgments 1. A Critical Redefinition: The Concept of High Concept The Entertainment Industries on High Concept The Critics on High Concept Economics, Aesthetics, and High Concept as "Post"Expand
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Sensitivity and clay mineralogy of weathered tephra-derived soil materials in the Tauranga region
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Masked Men: Masculinity and the Movies in the Fifties
Steven Cohan. Masked Men: Masculinity and the Movies in the Fifties. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1997. 346 pp. $39.95 ($18.95 paper). Steven Cohan's comprehensive study of masculinity and star imagesExpand
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Landslides in sensitive soils, Tauranga, New Zealand
In the Tauranga region sensitive soil failures commonly occur after heavy rainfall events, causing considerable infrastructure damage. Several notable landslides include a large failure at BramleyExpand
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Contemporary American independent film : from the margins to the mainstream
1. Introduction: From the Margins to the Mainstream Part 1: Critical Formations 2. Introduction to 'Critical Formations' 3. The Independent Feature Movement 4. Independence for Independents 5.Expand
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Discovery of halloysite books in a ~270,000 year-old buried tephra deposit in northern New Zealand
As part of a wider study examining the geomechanical properties, especially sensitivity, of sequences of Quaternary pyroclastic and associated deposits and buried soils in the landslide-prone westernExpand
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Cinematic/Sexual Transgression: An Interview with Todd Haynes
the cult status of his short film Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story and on the Grand Jury prize at the 1991 Sundance Film Festival for his first feature, Poison. While these works are exciting andExpand
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Discovery of halloysite books in altered silicic Quaternary tephras, northern New Zealand
Abstract Hydrated halloysite was discovered in books, a morphology previously associated exclusively with kaolinite. From ∼1.5 to ∼1500 μm in length, the books showed significantly greater mean FeExpand
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