social realism

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social realism

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the use of realist art, literature, etc as a medium for social or political comment
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for socialist realism
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Porter considers herself a social realist her art documents the real people of Mississippi in their ordinary settings.
While Alicia and Esperanza provide a conduit to the film's social realist seam, Alfonso's role is more lyrical.
Starring Fikret Hakan, Aliye Rona and Erol TaE- in its leading roles, "Yylanlaryn EucE-" is a social realist drama that mainly revolves around the themes of life in a small, remote Anatolian village and a land dispute between fellow villagers.
Social realist film is a genre which focuses on narratives which challenge and protest against contemporary social issues, preferring to stimulate the audience's intellect, rather than provide entertainment devoid of intellectual issues, where in-depth individual interpretation is fruitless and actively discouraged.
DEAD AIR which is a social realist drama about the social effects of Alzheimer's.
The picture is now in Moscow's Pushkin Museum, but Van Gogh's early social realist portrait The Peasant (1885) is on show, along with a wonderfully animated reed-pen drawing of a Seascape at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer (1888) first exhibited at the 1891 Salon des XX.
Researching student learning in higher education; a social realist approach.
If there was a checklist for the British social realist film, this ticks all the boxes.
Morris is best known in Eugene for the social realist murals of timber workers and farmers that he painted in 1943 for the Eugene downtown post office.
In the third article, 'Re-thinking context and reflexive mediation in the teaching of writing', Mary Ryan and Margaret Kettle call for a renewed emphasis on the teaching of writing from a social realist perspective and discuss a conceptual model to assist with the understanding of the pedagogical decisions teachers make and how these decisions impact on children's writing practices.
For Jackson, like many before him, the arrival of James Baldwin signals the decline of Wright's social realist approach to fiction.
Now, though, we must hope that Bleasdale, already acknowledged in his Liverpool birthplace as one of the finest creators of social realist dramas of his time, achieves the wider recognition he so richly deserves, following his nomination for a Bafta award, for his two-part wartime epic, The Sinking of the Laconia.