Traditions of Representation: Political Violence and the Myth of Atavism

Martin McLoone

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    Abstract

    This essay explores the representation of Irish political violence in recent cinema in light of the complex interplay of generic and historical story-telling
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTerrorism, Media, Liberation
    EditorsJ. David Slocum
    Pages209-231
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Political Violence
    Cinema
    Storytelling

    Keywords

    • political violence
    • Northern Ireland
    • film
    • television
    • representation

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    McLoone, M. (2005). Traditions of Representation: Political Violence and the Myth of Atavism. In J. D. Slocum (Ed.), Terrorism, Media, Liberation (pp. 209-231)
    McLoone, Martin. / Traditions of Representation: Political Violence and the Myth of Atavism. Terrorism, Media, Liberation. editor / J. David Slocum. 2005. pp. 209-231
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