Editor: Debbie Olson
Contributing author: Jason McEntee
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Jason McEntee is a contributing author, "'The Future’s Not Ours to See’: How Children and Young Adults Reflect the Anxiety of Lost Innocence in Alfred Hitchcock’s American Movies.”, pp.31-46.
Children and youth perform both innocence and knowingness within Hitchcock's complex cinematic texts. Though the child often plays a small part, their significance - symbolically, theoretically, and philosophically - offers a unique opportunity to illuminate and interrogate the child presence within the cinematic complexity of Hitchcock's films.
American Film Studies | Film and Media Studies
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Olson, Debbie and McEntee, Jason, "Children in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock" (2014). English Faculty Books. 10.
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