Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader, Volume 1
Pearson/Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2006 - Culture - 657 pages
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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Review: Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A ReaderUser Review - Mathew Powers - Goodreads
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
Review: Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A ReaderUser Review - Emilie - Goodreads
"We tend to underestimate the extent to which the cultural tradition is not only a selection but also an interpretation" Read full review