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Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Press
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: sub_mediaandculturalstudies, sub_film
An examination into the ways in which national identify is framed and negotiated within the James Bond movie franchise. The article examines the ways in which notions of Britishness are influenced and challenged depending on the actor adopting the role of James Bond
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