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|Title:||Differences of kind and degree: Articulations of independence in American cinema|
|Citation:||Media independence: Working with freedom or working for free?, Editors: Bennett J, Strange N . pp. 52-70. Routledge, New York and London (2015)|
|Abstract:||If “independent” is always a relational term – implying independent of something, more or less specific – it is also often a relative quality rather than one that entails absolutely or clear-cut distinctions between one thing and another. As far as American cinema is concerned, the object in relation to which independence is defined is usually clear and quite easily identified: Hollywood.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Social Sciences Media and Communications Research Papers|
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