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Gradually lose their effective power through continual reproduction; they are forced to the periphery by new genres'' (Neale 1990: 60). How a genre's ``effective power'' is determined, and how generic innovation is derived from reader responses remains unspecified, however; Neale concludes that the model ``allows for a variety of factors'' (61). Earlier genre theorists often argued that, like myths, genres have an organic relation to social consciousness ± an assumption that arises from traditional 29 Sarah Berry-Flint literary studies as well as art history.
Modleski 1997). Thus, while raising important issues about the representation of violent masculinity in American film, Warshow's work demonstrates the drawbacks of defining a genre's essential or ``classical'' qualities, which requires their abstraction from the socio-political and discursive contexts that organize their meaning. The genre studies of Bazin, Warshow, and Alloway, together with the Cahiers du cineÂma critics' valorization of mise-en-sceÁne over script in regard to Hollywood film, allowed genres to be seen as expressive vocabularies rather than simply as constraints imposed by the film industry (cf.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Kapsis, Robert E. 1992. Hitchcock: The Making of a Reputation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Lehmann, Courtney. 1997. '' Post Script 17, 1 (fall): 6±27. Naremore, James. 1990. '' Film Quarterly 44, 1 (fall): 14±23. Silverman, Kaja. 1988. The Acoustic Mirror: The Female Voice in Psychoanalysis and Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Thomas, FrancËois. 1998. '' Positif 449/450 (August): 6±10. Truffaut, FrancËois. 1978. The Films of My Life.
A Companion to Film Theory (Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies, 1) by Toby Miller, Robert Stam