Sub-humanising The Others: Cross-Cultural Reception of Films. , Iranian/Western Interpretation of Snyder’s 300

@inproceedings{Saado2020SubhumanisingTO,
  title={Sub-humanising The Others: Cross-Cultural Reception of Films. , Iranian/Western Interpretation of Snyder’s 300},
  author={Kovan Hussein Saado},
  year={2020}
}
This paper aims to scrutinizes the reception of 300 film (Dir: Snyder, 2007). Debunking the concepts of “immanent meaning”, “autonomous of the text” and other hermeneutics-based interpretations of text, has been renounced for marginalizing the audiences. Within the realm of Reception theory and audience research as audiences are understood to be engaged in a process of making, rather than simply absorbing, meanings; this paper takes an approach of analyzing the cross-cultural making meaning of… Expand

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