Key Concepts in Cultural Studies
This is a student friendly resource for the rapidly developing field of cultural studies.Organized alphabetically, it provides a comprehensive selection of accessible definitions of key cultural studies terms, guides readers to critical reference for further reading and places cultural studies in disciplinary and interdisciplinary contexts.
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