Using Film in the Classroom
Bird, S. Elizabeth and Jonathan Goodwin. Film in the Undergraduate Anthropology Classroom: Applying Audience Response Research in Pedagogical Practice. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 2006 27(3): 285-299.
Blackaby, Linda. In Focus: a guide to Using Films. New York: New York Zoetrope, c1980. (available from OhioLink)
Burton, C. Emory. Sociology and the Feature Film. Teaching Sociology 1988 16(3): 263-271.
Champoux, Joseph E. Animated Films as a Teaching Resource. Journal of Management Education 2001 25(1): 79-100. Online version available http://jme.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/25/1/79
-----. Film as a Teaching Resource. Journal of Management Inquiry 1999 8(2): 240-251. Updated: September 26, 2007. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu.
Harper, Sandra N. Strategies for Teaching Literature at the Undergraduate Level. The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 72, Number 4 (Winter, 1988), pp. 402-408.
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