Reeled into Complacency: How the CIA and the Pentagon Use Hollywood to Shape Our Ideas About Friends and Enemies

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Editor: Clifford Cobb

Description

Reeled into Complacency: How the CIA and the Pentagon Use Hollywood to Shape Our Ideas About Friends and Enemies (pages 233-279)

The Historical Roots of CIA-Hollywood Propaganda (pages 280-310)
~Pearse Redmond

Gray Matters on Screen: Intelligence Agencies, Secret Societies, and Hollywood Movies (pages 311-329)
~Aaron Franz

The Many Layers of Meaning of 007 (pages 330-347)
~Jay Dyer

Edward Snowden, Frenemy of the State (pages 348-380)
~Tarzie

Why are the Pentagon and the CIA in Hollywood? (pages 381-404)
~Tom Secker and Matthew Alford

Transforming Transformers into Militainment: Interrogating the DoD-Hollywood Complex (pages 405-434)
~Tanner Mirrlees

The Soviet-Afghan War in Fiction (pages 435-457)
~Tom Secker

Learning to Love Biomimetic Killing: How Jurassic World Embraces Life Forms as Weapons (pages 458-482)
~Robin Andersen

Military Shooter Video Games and the Ontopolitics of Derivative Wars and Arms Culture (pages 483-521)
~Peter Mantello

Book Information

Paperback: 292 pages
Publishers: American Journal of Economics and Sociology Inc. and Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 in

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