The Working Class in American Film: The Creation of Image and Culture by Hollywood in the 1960s and 1970s

by Robert Marcink

About Robert Marcink

Robert A. Marcink is a professor of English at Joliet Junior College in Joliet, Illinois, where he teaches film, journalism, and English. He holds a PhD from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, an MA from Point Park University, and a BA from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to becoming a full-time college instructor in 1997, he was a journalist in Pennsylvania and Georgia where he worked for numerous publications while also publishing freelance works.


 

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