Work, Ideology, and Film under Socialism in Romania

Studies in the Sociology of Film


Work, Ideology, and Film under Socialism in Romania examines the cinematic architecture of work imaginary as developed through films produced between 1960 and 1989. This book provides rich insight into the intimate configuration of cinematic thinking of work and displays of this form of social life, with focus on the relationship between conceived and lived ideology of work during socialist modernization, on the relationship between individuals and political power in the (reflexive) experiences, and contexts of work.

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Roxana Cuciumeanu, Ph.D. (2012), National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA Bucharest), is Lecturer at SNSPA. She is interested in visual/film sociology, ideology and political culture, work and urban sociology, and research methods in the social sciences.
The book addresses academic scholars in the social sciences, visual practitioners and researchers, post-graduate students, and filmmakers. Subject areas include socialist cinema, visual/film sociology, sociology of work, urban sociology, political ideologies, and visual research methods.
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