Exploring The Role Of Self-Reflexivity In Viewer Intention For New Wave Cinema: A Structural Model Analysis

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  • Dr. Aneesha Henry

Abstract

This conceptual paper explores the intricate relationship between self-reflexivity and viewing intention within the realm of new-wave cinema. Self-reflexivity, a technique ingrained in film history, gained prominence during the French New Wave, challenging conventional storytelling norms, and prompting audiences to reconsider their perceptions of film and viewer roles. Viewing intention, the factors influencing a viewer's movie choice, involves emotional, intellectual, and cultural stimuli. A structural model, incorporating realism, narration, intertextuality, self-reflexivity, and viewing intention, is employed to dissect this connection. The analysis of model outcomes holds significance for both cinematic artists and academics, offering insights into the evolving dynamics of film engagement.

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2024-02-17

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Henry, D. A. . (2024). Exploring The Role Of Self-Reflexivity In Viewer Intention For New Wave Cinema: A Structural Model Analysis. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 252–261. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7895

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