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“The Matrix” -- Looking at the Sociological Aspects of the Movie
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This 5 page report discusses the 1999 movie, “The Matrix,” from the viewpoint of determining what is and what is not reality. If one is awakened from what they have assumed to be reality into a new realm, what is to guarantee that the new “reality” truly is real? The movie itself may also be viewed as cultural production in which the most common sociological features of the modern United States -- race, gender, class -- may be considered in terms of what characters, their backgrounds, ethnicity, gender, and attitudes say about the social realities of both the world outside the “matrix” of the movie and the actual social matrix of life in 21st century America. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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“The Matrix” an Exercise in Social Psychology
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This 7 page report discusses the 1999 movie, “The Matrix,” from the aspect of social psychology. Interestingly, the field of social psychology almost always refers to some specific “matrix”-- the persuasion matrix, the influence matrix, the contingency matrix (and more) -- in which a person interacts with others and through which he or she defines themselves. Could it be possible that the primary purpose of the blockbuster “The Matrix” was to explore the interconnectedness that exists among all those varying types and levels of social and psychological “matrix?” No other sources listed.
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“The Matrix” and Personal Awareness and Knowledge
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This 5 page report discusses the 1999 movie, “The Matrix,” from the viewpoint of determining what is and what is not reality. If one is awakened from what they have assumed to be reality into a new realm, what is to guarantee that the new “reality” truly is real? Is there a rational way to know what is or is not real? No secondary sources.
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“The Matrix” and the Foucauldian Power Structure, Emma Goldman and Simone de Beauvoir
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A 6 page paper which examines two distinct topics. First, it considers how the 1999 film, “The Matrix” can be viewed as an example of the power structure described by French philosopher Michel Foucault and then compares and contrast radical twentieth-century feminists Emma Goldman and Simone de Beauvoir. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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