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by Louis-Georges Schwartz

eBook Mechanical Witness: A History of Motion Picture Evidence in U.S. Courts ePub
Author: Louis-Georges Schwartz
Language: English
ISBN: 0195315065
ISBN13: 978-0195315066
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 24, 2009)
Pages: 144
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 606
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ePub file: 1873 kb
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Mechanical Witness is an important piece of film history and it is well situated in ongoing dialogs in film history and theory. Louis-Georges Schwartz is Assistant Professor at the School of Film at Ohio University.

Mechanical Witness is an important piece of film history and it is well situated in ongoing dialogs in film history and theory. -Lisa Cartwright, coauthor of Practices of Looking.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and theoretical implications of film and video use as courtroom evidence. Schwartz moves from the earliest employment of film. Schwartz moves from the earliest employment of film in the courts of the 1920s to the notious 1991 Rodney Kind video, revealing how the courts have developed a reliance on film and video technologies and contributed to the growing influence of visual media as a dominant mode of knowledge formation. At the same time, film and video in juridical contexts has developed a distinct theoretical legacy

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Louis-Georges Schwartz. This book examines the history of evidentiary film and video in United States Courts

Louis-Georges Schwartz. This book examines the history of evidentiary film and video in United States Courts. Case-law and other documents trace the development of rules for the use and interpretation of moving images at trail. The book analyzes the differences between the use of film and video in court and their use in the cinema. Keywords: motion pictures, evidence, law, film studies. Bibliographic Information. Print publication date: 2009.

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Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and theoretical implications. The particular qualities of film as evidence both resonate with and contradict existing on economic social or aesthetic factors-which hitherto has defined film's status and cultural contribution.

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MECHANICAL WITNESS Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and .

MECHANICAL WITNESS Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and theoretical implications of film and video use as courtroom evidence. At the same time, film and video in juridical contexts has developed a distinct theoretical legacy.

Mechanical Witness is the first cultural and legal history charting the changing role and theoretical implications of film and video use as courtroom evidence. Schwartz moves from the earliest employment of film in the courts of the 1920s to the notious 1991 Rodney Kind video, revealing how the courts have developed a reliance on film and video technologies and contributed to the growing influence of visual media as a dominant mode of knowledge formation. At the same time, film and video in juridical contexts has developed a distinct theoretical legacy. The particular qualities of film as evidence both resonate with and contradict existing scholarship-focusing on economic, social, or aesthetic factors-which hitherto has defined film's status and cultural contribution. In the context of a trial, the possible meanings of a film change from its meanings when shown in a movie theater or broadcast on television, yet the public (and cinema scholars) tend to assume that the two are the same. Mechanical Witness demonstrates that we must understand evidentiary film and video's institutional specificity if we are to understand the full effects of motion picture technologies on our culture. This study sets the terms for a long overdue assessment of how the entertainment industry has shaped our film viewing practices, the place of moving picture evidence in the courtroom, and the social and cultural consequences of these intertwined histories.
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