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Title: The Narrative Time on Pixar Animated Film “COCO” from Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
Authors: Ms.Chen Yue
Keywords: Narrative Time
Animated film
Cultural dimension
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2021
Publisher: Bangkok University
Abstract: This research selected the Pixar animated film "COCO" as a research case. The film takes the Mexican Day of the Dead as the theme and brings a successful cross-cultural communication to audiences all over the world, and won the 90th Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature. This research started from the narrative time of the beginning, development, climax, and ending of the film “COCO”, and analyzed the manifestations of different cultural dimensions in the film by combining important plots, scenes, and dialogues. The research results indicate that the animated film "COCO" embodies the six cultural dimensions of Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions, namely: High Power Distance, High Uncertainty Avoidance, Collectivism, Masculinity, Long-term Orientation, and Indulgence. Based on the research results, the research also summarized some narrative strategies for animation film production, and provided some suggestions for Chinese animation film creation.
Description: Independent Study(M.Com.Arts)-Global Communication,Graduate School,Bangkok University,2021
Advisor(s): Suwannee Luckanavanich
URI: http://dspace.bu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/4857
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