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THE IDEOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF CINEMA IN MASS CULTURE (WALTER BENJAMIN)

Kuznetsova Tatiana Vladimirovna1, Bilets Konstantin Aleksandrovich2
1Military Telecommunication Academy named after the Soviet Union Marshal Budienny S. M., Senior lecturer of the 1 Department
2Military Telecommunication Academy named after the Soviet Union Marshal Budienny S. M., candidate of military Sciences, Associate Professor of the 4 Department

Abstract
Movie, as a matter of collective perception, is intended for the contemplation of a mass audience. The reaction of the individual in the cinema equal to the sum of the reaction of the audience. The emergence of a mass reaction opens the possibility to control the audience. The ideological function of cinema consists in the generation of controlled action, which it would be possible to emulate in certain social conditions.

Keywords: art, cinema, popular culture, the ideological function, Walter Benjamin


Category: Philosophy

Article reference:
The ideological function of cinema in mass culture (Walter Benjamin) // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 9 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/09/16529

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