Documentaries, Outtakes, and Digital Archives in Teaching Difficult Knowledge and the Vietnam War
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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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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