Amerindians In Popular American Culture

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Amerindians in Popular American Culture

Amerindians in Popular American Culture


The Native American culture is represented, from the beginning of American cinema, very stereotypically. This cinema presents Indians as independent, proud people who are thirsty for blood and barbaric. Hollywood industry often ignore the true historical context of culture Indians posses and also do not understand their identity. Most of the American Indian people, who are also now called as Amerindians, do not like their stereotypical representation on mainstream media, either films or books.


With the development of Hollywood in 1960s the Western genre of films also declined which also reduced the stereotypical ...
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