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Documentaries, Outtakes, and Digital Archives in Teaching Difficult Knowledge and the Vietnam War

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The authors examine how representations of the Vietnam War in documentary film offer teachers unique opportunities to use visual media sources to teach a difficult moment in United States history. They discuss the use of documentary films and television, as well as Internet-based platforms such as YouTube. They argue that new media that serve as repositories for digital outtakes allow teachers to compare finished product with the raw material of documentary film-making techniques.
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Keywords: Vietnam War; digital media; documentary film; history; social studies

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-01-01

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