Movies and conduct [Herbert Blumer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pages It is the reproduction of the old book published long. Movies and Conduct: A Payne Fund Study. Table of Contents. Herbert Blumer. Table of Contents | Next | Previous. Author’s Preface · Chapter 1: Problem and. This article focuses on an early work of Herbert Blumer, Movies and Conduct, a study which reports the reactions of moviegoers to motion pictures. Contrasting.
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Fears about the impact of movies on youth led to the Payne Fund research project, which brought together nineteen social scientists and resulted in eleven published reports. Fuller in their Children and the Movies: There is more on imitation of dress, mannerisms, etiquette and modes of behaviour, and how tips from the stars might be adopted when dating: Becky added moviws May 16, I decided to try some of the mannerisms I had seen in the movies.
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Movies And Conduct
She was taking the center of the stage, and I was peeved. The questions posed are reasonable enough, but they are underpinned by a fear of the young, a fear of a loss of control.
The oral cultures of previous centuries would have played a big part for them. They were always cruel and painted terrifically with mud.
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I must explore further. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
Then I began to improvise. Female, 17, white, high-school senior. I like the idea of cinema as imaginative revolution and, indeed, the difference may simply be quantitative rather than qualitative i.
There is much on racial stereotyping, mostly the Chinese, but also this last piece of testimony summing up much that was worst about the movies: Female, 17, Negro, high-school senior — It seems to me that every picture picturing a Negro is just to ridicule the race. I could feel myself being kissed in the way the Sheik had kissed the girl. I have compared the life shown in society pictures to the life around me and have found it very misleading.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Some indication of the way in which motion pictures develop dissatisfaction in the case of high-school boys and girls is given in the following accounts: Haytham Lashin marked it as to-read Nov 16, There is more on imitation of dress, mannerisms, etiquette and modes of behaviour, and how tips from the stars might be adopted when dating:.
It is very unjust of the white race to make every nation appear inferior compared to them. Movies and Conduct New York: I always loved to dress up as the old-fashioned lady, and used everything available to make my skirts stick out like a hoop skirt.
There were so many studies in the early years of cinema, so many anguished articles, doubtless so many sermons preached from pulpits, all seeking to explain the huge attraction of motion pictures among the young and trying to assess the damage done.
Movies And Conduct by Herbert Blumer
At times we would get a little girl to play with us and we would have her be the heroine. Every time she began to receive more attention from the boys than I, I would see a movie and pick up something new conducct which to regain their interest.
Once condut tied one of our members to an oak tree, and notwithstanding his frantic cries, proceeded blumerr a boisterous war-dance about the victim. Such studies end up telling us rather more about the prejudices of their authors than the motives of their subjects. Ajd many young movie-goers no discrimination is possible—the intriguing appeal of the picture, the seemingly natural sanction which it carries, and the simple vividness of its display combine to impress its content as proper and unquestionable.
Ovidiu rated it it was amazing Jun 05, Of course, a newspaper reporter, the hero in the story, came in to his rescue just in time and shot the ape, but by that time I had been so thoroughly frightened that I could not sleep that night.
The bad things are emphasized and the good characteristics left out.