Un libro in lingua di Rajinder Dudrah edito da Sage Pubns, 2006

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Engaging the discipline of sociology to study the phenomenon of Bollywood cinema, this book examines popular Hindi cinema as a global industry and its films as popular cultural texts. It also considers the relationships that are possible between cinema and its audiences. Though there have been theoretical accounts and textual readings of Bollywood films, this is the first book to study them from these perspectives.
The author approaches Bollywood cinema through an interdisciplinary conversation with studies of the cinema drawn from sociology, film, media and cultural studies.
Providing an interdisciplinary understanding of the possible relationships between cinema and culture and society, this book will be welcomed by students, researchers and scholars of sociology, film, media and cultural studies as well as by the general reader interested in the study of popular Indian cinema.

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