Rabiger's 'A Remnant Of Feudal Society'

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1. Carefully presenting quantitive evidence in a way that is authentic and not contrived is essential to maintaining a trusting relationship with the audience, even if that requires the use of less elegant techniques, as Rabiger describes with his "A Remnant of Feudal Society" example. 2. Rabiger's argument about "Behalfers" working in self-interest when promoting someone else's point of view was enlightening. It is easy to see making a film and giving a voice to the voiceless as selfless charity, when it is often, in fact, a self-aggrandizing act. As such, it is important for the filmmakers to give the subjects a say in the way that they are presented, so their image is not distorted by the filmmaker's self-centered perspective. 3. I would
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