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Author Aguayo, Angela J., 1974-
Title Documentary resistance [electronic resource] : social change and participatory media / Angela J. Aguayo.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]



Descript xiii, 280 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: documentary resistance -- A critical history of documentary and participatory media culture(s) -- Documentary goes popular : the rise of digital media cultures -- Laboring under documentary : collective identification and the collapse of the American working class -- Subjugated histories as affective resistance : abortion documentaries as botched political subjectivity -- Street tapes as the people's history of unjustified police force -- Conclusion : the documentary commons and conditions of resistance.
Note .
ISBN 9780190676216 (hardcover)
9780190676223 (softcover)
9780190676230 (updf)
9780190676247 (epub)
9780190676254 (oso)
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Author Aguayo, Angela J., 1974-
Subject Documentary films -- United States.
Documentary films -- Social aspects -- United States.
Social change -- United States.
Descript xiii, 280 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: documentary resistance -- A critical history of documentary and participatory media culture(s) -- Documentary goes popular : the rise of digital media cultures -- Laboring under documentary : collective identification and the collapse of the American working class -- Subjugated histories as affective resistance : abortion documentaries as botched political subjectivity -- Street tapes as the people's history of unjustified police force -- Conclusion : the documentary commons and conditions of resistance.
Note .
ISBN 9780190676216 (hardcover)
9780190676223 (softcover)
9780190676230 (updf)
9780190676247 (epub)
9780190676254 (oso)
Author Aguayo, Angela J., 1974-
Subject Documentary films -- United States.
Documentary films -- Social aspects -- United States.
Social change -- United States.

Subject Documentary films -- United States.
Documentary films -- Social aspects -- United States.
Social change -- United States.
Descript xiii, 280 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Introduction: documentary resistance -- A critical history of documentary and participatory media culture(s) -- Documentary goes popular : the rise of digital media cultures -- Laboring under documentary : collective identification and the collapse of the American working class -- Subjugated histories as affective resistance : abortion documentaries as botched political subjectivity -- Street tapes as the people's history of unjustified police force -- Conclusion : the documentary commons and conditions of resistance.
Note .
ISBN 9780190676216 (hardcover)
9780190676223 (softcover)
9780190676230 (updf)
9780190676247 (epub)
9780190676254 (oso)

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