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The Last of the Suture?
BOOKS was "designed as an introduction to film and society" is too daunting, by virtue of its monstrous size, to be truly introductory; Tulloch, who admits that the scope of his collection of articles is "eclectic," simply has tried to cram too much material, too many variant approaches, between two covers, for Conflict and Control to do what he hopes it will do-to appeal to the "film buff" as well as "the specialist sociologist." He avoids chaos by using particular "critical perspectives" todoi:10.2307/1211817 fatcat:f2dyb7k2fjcsvlgzj47oedmq4e