Take A Stand – Case Study Example
Discussion The Likelihood of American Culture Crushing the World The growing morbidity of American’s imagination, as illustrated in the consumption of cinematic horror, suggests a potential global crash. The amount of damage that American souls have borne because of exposure to real horror is exemplified by the increasing love for the horror movie. In the recent past, horror films have experienced massive success. In addition, there has been an amplified number of Americans voluntarily traumatizing themselves. Bare facts show that moviegoers are presently demonstrating a susceptibility to horror (Ibbi 1). Conversely, one fact that stands out is that this culture is about to crash the world. Random acts of trepidation or terror against civilians seem a nearly and new incomprehensible instrument of war to most Americans. In the end, the theater of horror has a distressing effect on a person’s morale.
Governments Actions to Protect Cultures
States can take constructive steps to protect their cultural heritage in areas such as cinema. These Governments can promote the development of competencies. By this, Governments allow a deeper knowledge of the complexity of cultural heritage and all forms of interaction with disciplinary areas related to similar research framework. These promote technological, conservation, protection, and enhancement of the cultural heritage in cinema. Similarly, these enable proper appreciation and knowledge of the cultural heritage. In addition, Governments should target at developing research lines in international perspectives. These will allow the exploitation of resources by collaborating with other cinema institutions. Teaching should be based on the concept of the cultural heritage as an incorporating expression of the society, both past and present.
Ibbi, Andrew Ali. Hollywood, the American Image and the Global Film Industry. cinej 3.1 (2014): n. pag. Web.