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Records for catalogued sources can be found via the Minerva online public access catalog (OPAC). Symbolic Interaction Theory suggests that the concept of self is created by three principles: 1) Meaning: that we act towards and things according to the meanings we apply to them. 2) Language: that we negotiate meaning through symbols. 3) Thought: that thought modifies our interpretations. Feel free to leave any input you might have, it’d be great to hear from you. Since 1967, AFI has served as America's voice for film, television, video, and the digital arts, with innovative programs in education, training California Newsreel (non-profit documentary film and video production and distribution center with extensive "collections of African American video, African video, video on the workplace, and. .. media and society") CineWEB ("web service designed exclusively for film and video industry professionals"; includes "specialized databases for location scouting, crewing up, and more," also "trade magazines and journals online") (Dave Gardner) Film and Destroy ("presents, supports and encourages independent and experimental work by, for and about women") (Bridget Irish) Film Bibliographies ("bibliographies on miscellaneous film topics and themes (e.g., food in the movies; disabilities in the movies; the movies, race and ethnicity; women in film and TV; and others)") (Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley) Filmfestivals.com (offers links to festivals around the world and to film reviews, as well as to resources for film "professionals") Film Philosophy Electronic Salon (web gateway to the list; includes archives, bibliographies, and links to online writings and auteur pages) Frameline Home ("mission is to support, develop, and promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer visibility through media arts") Moviefone (movie theater schedules in select cities and neighborhoods; searchable; requires graphical browser) (MovieFone/AOL) Scary Women: Female Monsters & Fiends in American Film ("brings together renowned feminist film scholars to address the cultural, historical and social significance of women in horror films") (UCLA Film and Television Archive) Screen Site ("ScreenSite facilitates the teaching and research of film/TV/new media and is designed principally for educators and students") (U.
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