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This 38 Marsha F. Cassidy approach was not new in the sale of cigarettes to women—the earliest ad campaigns of the late 1920s took a similar tack (Schudson 1984, 192–198)—but it did significantly alter representations of the woman smoker that had up until then dominated television, freeing women to smoke alone and with aplomb (Toll and Ling 2005). Over time, women as well as men were allowed to experience the full pleasure of smoking, but the social practices associated with the habit divided along a familiar binary of masculine/feminine, most notably in the realm of touch and taste.
Schary’s decisions and the microeconomic climate in which RKO operated are clearly important, but they alone cannot capture the larger political legitimation at stake. At best they are the conditions of film-historical change—or the fulcrum for its effects—but not the source of change itself. . It was determined not only economically but also ideologically. ” David Bordwell and Janet Staiger argue of deep focus cinematography that an ideology of “progress” guided cinematographers’ increasing preference for using technology to show the pro-filmic reality with more fidelity (1985, 250).