Discuss three points from the MPPC that could be seen as a racial and/or a gender barrier.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature case study and need a sample draft to help me learn.On or about July 1934 American cinema changed. During that month, the Production Code Administration, popularly known as the Hays Office, began to regulate, systematically and scrupulously, the content of Hollywood motion pictures. For the next thirty years, cinematic space was a patrolled landscape with secure perimeters and well-defined borders. Adopted under duress at the urging of priests and politicians, Hollywood’s in-house policy of self-censorship set the boundaries for what could be seen, heard, even implied on screen. Not until the mid-1950s did cracks appear in the structure and not until 1968, when the motion picture industry adopted its alphabet ratings system, did the Code edifice finally come crumbling down.Aptly dubbed “the motion picture industry’s Magna Charta of official decency,” the Production Code set down strict laws of moral gravity. Pick three points from the MPPC that could be seen as a racial and/or a gender barrier. Then reflect on how this document could shape social attitudes towards sexuality and gender roles for decades.Discuss three points from the MPPC that could be seen as a racial and/or a gender barrier. Successfully argued how this how this document could shape social attitudes towards sexuality and gender roles for decades.MPPC = Motion Picture Production Code 1930
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