Does the main character in Memoirs of a Geisha fit Karl Marx’s definition of false consciousness?

Does the main character in Memoirs of a Geisha fit Karl Marx’s definition of false consciousness?

This will be a term paper based on the movie ‘Memoirs of a Geisha’. The paper must examine and answer the following questions. Does the main character in Memoirs of a Geisha fit Karl Marx’s definition of false consciousness? Defend your answer from a dramaturgical perspective by discussing the main character’s front stage and backstage. Be sure to define false consciousness, front stage, and backstage thoroughly. The front stage and backstage are dramaturgical terms that will need to be researched. Use the definition of false consciousness to support your position (e.g. explain how you came to the conclusion the main character in the film did or did not meet specific criteria associated with false consciousness). To do this you must pick apart different components of your definition of false consciousness and apply it to the main character’s front and backstage performance.

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PAPER DETAILS
Academic LevelCollege (3-4 years: Junior, Senior)
Subject AreaSociology
Paper Type Term paper
Number of Pages4 Page(s)/1100 words
Sources5
Paper FormatAPA
SpacingDouble spaced
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