FIGHT CLUB: IDENTITY, MISRECOGNITION AND MACULINITY

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Music and Movies

 

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Ola W

 

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July 18, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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And movies can be very effective on the people of a culture that they can both impose different ideas to people and change the mindset of people and also be very critical about the culture. David Fincher's movie Fight Club can be considered as a film that reflects the American consumer society, the power of mass-media and the representations of masculinity all of which can be examined through Lacan's "Mirror Theory" and misrecognition, construction of identity within culture/popular culture and the masculinity within society with references to Stuart Hall's "Encoding, Decoding" and Jean Baudrillard "The Finest Consumer Object: The Body"...
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David Fincher's movie Fight Club can be considered as a film that reflects the American consumer society, the power of mass-media and the representations of masculinity all of which can be examined through Lacan's "Mirror Theory" and misrecognition, construction of identity within culture/popular culture and the masculinity within society with references to Stuart Hall's "Encoding, Decoding" and Jean Baudrillard "The Finest Consumer Object: The Body"...
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