“You are Alright, But…”: Individual and Collective Representations of Mexicans, Lations, Anglo-Amerians and Africans in Steen Soderbergh's Traffic

@article{Shaw2005YouAA,
  title={“You are Alright, But…”: Individual and Collective Representations of Mexicans, Lations, Anglo-Amerians and Africans in Steen Soderbergh's Traffic},
  author={D. Shaw},
  journal={Quarterly Review of Film and Video},
  year={2005},
  volume={22},
  pages={211 - 223}
}
  • D. Shaw
  • Published 2005
  • Art
  • Quarterly Review of Film and Video
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