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The lads from New Ireland :a textual and audience analysis of marginalised masculinities in contemporary Irish film.

  title={The lads from New Ireland :a textual and audience analysis of marginalised masculinities in contemporary Irish film.},
  author={Debbie Ging},
In the mid- to late-1990s, Irish Cinema underwent a radical shift, which entailed, among other significant features, a thematic trajectory from the rural to the urban, from the historical to the contemporary and from the local to the universal. This shift also involved a radical reconfiguration of cinematic masculinities, not only in relation to the representation of male characters but also in terms of how masculinity as discourse was being addressed. The earlier critiques of traditional… Expand
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