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The Romantic Comedy Genre Conventions and the Audience's Reaction in American Romantic Comedy Movie
-focused on the Difference of Acceptance of Korean and American Audience by Nationality and Gender-
미국 영화 <프로포즈>에 나타난 로맨틱 코미디의 장르적 관습과 관객의 반응 -한국, 미국 관객의 영화 수용 양상의 국적별, 젠더별 차이를 중심으로-
- Received : 2013.02.01
- Accepted : 2013.02.25
- Published : 2013.03.28
This study is on Hollywood's latest romantic comedy movie
Romantic Comedy;Genre Convention;Audience Reaction;Gender;Cultural Acceptance
Supported by : 한국콘텐츠진흥원
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