Working with Disney: Interviews with Animators, Producers,

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We do not know of any legal catch-up or download services in your territory. Scary Movies: The Fear Is Real continued... "The brain hasn't really adapted to the new technology [of movies]," Sparks explains. "We can tell ourselves the images on the screen are not real, but emotionally our brain reacts as if they are ... our 'old brain ' still governs our reactions." Such brief genealogical reflections should make clear that the contemporary vision of dialogue as a pedagogy that is egalitarian, open-ended, politically empowering, and based on the co-construction of knowledge, reflects only certain strands of its history.

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Publisher: University Press of Mississippi (January 24, 2011)

ISBN: 1604739398

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