Image & Narrative
Sue J. Kim’s essay “Anger, Cognition, Ideology: What Crash Can Show Us About Emotion” argues for the relevance and importance of cognitive studies to ethnic and postcolonial literary studies, and vice versa. After surveying recent developments in the field of cognitive studies, the essay combines cultural and cognitive approaches in order to examine anger in and around the 2005 Paul Haggis film Crash.
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Kim, Sue J. (2010). "Anger, Cognition, Ideology: What Crash Can Show Us About Emotion." Image & Narrative, 11(2), 4-17. https://digitalcommons.library.uab.edu/fw-arts-sciences/1/