Apply your knowledge of sociology and sociological concepts to the film Crash.

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Many Frames of Reference: How Racism, Belief, and Violence
Are Shaped by Social Perception in Crash

Crash (2004) is a theatrical film produced in the United States and filmed in Los Angeles, California. The film won the “Best Picture” award at the Academy Award ceremony in 2005, beating out Brokeback Mountain. The film is notable for its sociological import. The movie undercuts conventional notions of racial stereotypes, class, perceptions of good and evil, family structures, socialization, superstition, and the spectacle of violence. The general thesis of the movie is that everyone is something: racist, cheap, petty, indiscriminate, generalizing, or absurd....

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