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A Dictionary of Film Studies
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Annette Kuhn; Guy Westwell
 
This volume covers all aspects of film studies, including critical terms, concepts, movements, national and international cinemas, film history, genres, organizations, practices, and key technical terms and concepts. It is...
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Oxford Dictionary of Foreign Words ...
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Andrew Delahunty
 
This updated and revised edition is the authoritative guide to foreign words and phrases used in contemporary British and American English. Drawn from over 40 languages, the 6,000 entries detail...
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A Dictionary of Media and Communication
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Daniel Chandler; Rod Munday
 
This new dictionary includes over 2,200 concise, accessible, and extensively cross-referenced entries for terms regularly encountered by students and professionals working within the diverse fields of media and communication studies...
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