Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader, Volume 1

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John Storey
Pearson/Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2006 - Culture - 657 pages
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This is a companion volume to the fourth edition of 'Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction'. Its aim is to provide a map of the development of the study of popular culture across the field of cultural theory from the postdisciplinary perspective of cultural studies.

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It's done well, it's written well, and if you are a budding cultural historian, it's a good manual to have with you in your historical tool belt. However, it's filled with theory, it gives heavy ... Read full review

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"We tend to underestimate the extent to which the cultural tradition is not only a selection but also an interpretation" Read full review

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John Storey is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sunderland. His publications include "Cultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture: Theories and Methods" (1996), "What is Cultural Studies?: A Reader" (1996), "Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader" (second edition, 1998), "Cultural Consumption and Everyday Life" (1999), and "Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction" (third edition, 2001).

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