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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ecaterina Luchianova
Representation of Ethics and Safety's Problems in the Digital Age: Electronic Devices as Narrative Elements in Horror Films of 2000s - 2016s
Cultural Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
Cinema in modern media space gets absolutely other role, which differs from that, which it possessed at the sunrise of its existence. Today cinema is filled with different video and media messages, which people use not only as a way of pastime, but also for reproduction of the key ideas and problems of the society. Among a big variety of genres, there is a genre of horror films, which represents all fears, and phobias of society. Since 2000th years digital technologies, which appear at the viewer as danger or even murderers, begin to take root into plots of horror films. This work investigates this new type of a genre of horror films and analyzes a number of movies, which enter its range.

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