La représentation de l'ennemi dans le cinéma étasunien : de l'après guerre à la chute du mur de Berlin

Abstract : In order to study the various representations of the enemy conveyed during the ColdWar, we preferred to adopt a crossed-analysis of both the political andcinematographic discourses. The concept of enemy, which was inherent to theforeign policy at that time, took part in the process of legitimization of the actionscarried out by the American government. Its cinematographic representationscontribute to this process, cinema becoming a medium of diffusion of therepresentations of the enemy. However, it can also be the place where society'sinterrogations crystallize, thus attacking the dominant political discourse. Thecinematographic discourse can be comprehended at the same time as an ideologicalweapon, part of the designating and of the demonizing of the enemy, but also, in thetroubled context of the sixties and the seventies, as a contestation tool, saying a lotabout the social tensions.
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Frédérique Ballion. La représentation de l'ennemi dans le cinéma étasunien : de l'après guerre à la chute du mur de Berlin. Science politique. Université de Bordeaux, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014BORD0073⟩. ⟨tel-01232562⟩

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