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The Resource A critique of judgment in film and television, Edited by Silke Panse, Dennis Rothermel, (electronic book)

A critique of judgment in film and television, Edited by Silke Panse, Dennis Rothermel, (electronic book)

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A critique of judgment in film and television
Title
A critique of judgment in film and television
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Silke Panse, Dennis Rothermel
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • A Critique of Judgment in Film and Television is a response to a significant increase of judgment and judgmentalism in contemporary television, film, and social media by investigating the changing relations between the aesthetics and ethics of judgment.
  • "Film and Media Studies has tended to shy away from the idea of judgement but, as this collection of essays edited by Panse and Rothermel makes clear, judgement is an integral aspect of how film and media works. Judgement is a two way street - we judge what we see on the screen and in turn it judges us. This outstanding collection explores in depth the practical and theoretical issues raised by the problem of judgement." - Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong, Australia "This collection not only documents in manifold ways how judging and judgment permeates the production and reception of contemporary moving images, which Kant's Critique of Judgment never could have predicted. It also initiates the reader into exactly this philosophy in an extremely elegant and informed way." - Diedrich Diederichsen, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria
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UK-WkNB
Dewey number
791.4301
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Panse, Silke
  • Rothermel, Dennis
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  • Judgment (Ethics)
  • Judgment (Aesthetics)
  • Ethics in motion pictures
  • Values on television
  • Motion pictures
  • Television broadcasting
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In response to the significant increase of judgment and judgmentalism in contemporary film and television, A Critique of Judgment in Film and Television investigates the evolving connections between the aesthetics and ethics of judgment. The volume ultimately contemplates whether we should, and can, do without judgment, questions that are just the beginning of a much-needed re-examination. The individual contributions of the collection all work towards a very specific focus on judgment that is unprecedented in its transdisciplinary composition and contemporary relevance. By exploring examples of entertainment that aim to instigate judgment, A Critique of Judgment in Film and Television advances the as yet underdeveloped area of research into television and philosophy
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A critique of judgment in film and television, Edited by Silke Panse, Dennis Rothermel, (electronic book)
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Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Contents
1. Judgment between Ethics and Aesthetics: An Introduction-- Silke Panse and Dennis Rothermel PART I: JUDGMENT IN FACTUAL TELEVISION 2. The Judging Spectator in the Image-- Silke Panse 3. The Tones of Judgment in Local Evening News-- Dennis Rothermel 4. 'I'm Passionate, Lord Sugar:' Young Entrepreneurs, Critical Judgment and Emotional Labor in Young Apprentice-- Anita Biressi and Heather Nunn PART II: JUDGING DOCUMENTARY IMAGES 5. Amateur Biopolitics: Generalization of a Practice, Limits of a Concept-- Andre Brasil and Cezar Migliorin 6. Peirce's Better Triad-- Brian Winston 7. A Judgment on Judgment: Milosevic On Trial-- Jon Kear PART III: JUDGMENT AND UNIVERSALITY 8. Screen Truth-- Claire Colebrook 9. Judging Cinema: Peter Greenaway's Visual J'accuse-- Alan Singer 10. Cinematic Judgment and Universal Communicability: On Benjamin and Kant with Metz-- Richard Rushton PART IV: DISAPPEARED SUBJECTS AND SUPERNATURAL JUDGMENT 11. Constructing the Non-Judgmental Event: Bruno Ganz's Affective Ethics in Knife in the Head and in The White City-- Colin Gardner 12. Judgment and the Disappeared Subject in The Headless Woman-- Bev Zalcock 13. Without Judgment: A Feminist Reading of the Immanent Ethics and Aesthetics in Morvern Callar-- Teresa Rizzo 14. Biting Critiques: Paranormal Romance and Moral Judgment in True Blood, Twilight, and The Vampire Diaries-- Lynn Marie Houston
Control code
9781137014184
Extent
312 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137014177
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.
Label
A critique of judgment in film and television, Edited by Silke Panse, Dennis Rothermel, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Contents
1. Judgment between Ethics and Aesthetics: An Introduction-- Silke Panse and Dennis Rothermel PART I: JUDGMENT IN FACTUAL TELEVISION 2. The Judging Spectator in the Image-- Silke Panse 3. The Tones of Judgment in Local Evening News-- Dennis Rothermel 4. 'I'm Passionate, Lord Sugar:' Young Entrepreneurs, Critical Judgment and Emotional Labor in Young Apprentice-- Anita Biressi and Heather Nunn PART II: JUDGING DOCUMENTARY IMAGES 5. Amateur Biopolitics: Generalization of a Practice, Limits of a Concept-- Andre Brasil and Cezar Migliorin 6. Peirce's Better Triad-- Brian Winston 7. A Judgment on Judgment: Milosevic On Trial-- Jon Kear PART III: JUDGMENT AND UNIVERSALITY 8. Screen Truth-- Claire Colebrook 9. Judging Cinema: Peter Greenaway's Visual J'accuse-- Alan Singer 10. Cinematic Judgment and Universal Communicability: On Benjamin and Kant with Metz-- Richard Rushton PART IV: DISAPPEARED SUBJECTS AND SUPERNATURAL JUDGMENT 11. Constructing the Non-Judgmental Event: Bruno Ganz's Affective Ethics in Knife in the Head and in The White City-- Colin Gardner 12. Judgment and the Disappeared Subject in The Headless Woman-- Bev Zalcock 13. Without Judgment: A Feminist Reading of the Immanent Ethics and Aesthetics in Morvern Callar-- Teresa Rizzo 14. Biting Critiques: Paranormal Romance and Moral Judgment in True Blood, Twilight, and The Vampire Diaries-- Lynn Marie Houston
Control code
9781137014184
Extent
312 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137014177
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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