Cold War Culture
How the creation of images of the Cold War shaped the culture of its time. Cold War rhetoric in politics & culture. Geopolitical stakes. Propaganda "war." Shifting U.S. priorities.
# 11017 | 3,150 words | 23 sources | 2001 |
Published on May 16, 2003 in Anthropology (Cultural) , International Relations (Cold War) , History (U.S. Post-Modern 1965-Present) , History (U.S. Baby Boom Years 1945-1965)
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From the Paper:"This research examines Cold War culture, in which the issue of public image, or perception, of geopolitical rivals and allies and their adherents surfaced as a recurring theme throughout the last half of the 20th century. The research will consider ways in which commentators and artists, via public statements, the public discourse, and such media as television and film, treated the question of image in that period, with a view toward identifying reasons that perception was so important to so many as well as evaluating the weight that Cold War-context presentation carried in shaping the culture of the time.
The generation that witnessed and participated in World War II was shocked to learn afterward that some 12 million people--6 million of them Jews--had been murdered, not collaterally but before and in parallel with the shooting war in Europe, as a ..."
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