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Popular culture

£60.00

Product description

Popular Culture: A Reader helps students understand the pervasive role of popular culture and the processes that constitute it as: - a product of industry; - an intellectual object of inquiry - an integral component of all our lives. The volume is divided into 7 thematic sections, and each section is preceded by an introduction which engages with, and critiques, the chapters that follow. The book contains: - classic writings from all the 'big names' - plenty of contemporary cultural references - material organized in a skills-focused and learning-focused way - strong pedagogic features throughout, making this an excellent classroom text - pieces drawing on diverse national, disciplinary and subdisciplinary contexts - sensitivity to issues of gender, race and sexuality - breadth and depth.

Book in near new condition, no dust jacket.

Item details

Author(s):
Guins, R. and Zaragoza Cruz, O.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
25x17.5cm
Edition:
1st edition, 2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0761974717
ISBN-13:
9780761974710
Number of pages:
549
Publisher:
SAGE Publications

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Popular Culture: A Reader helps students understand the pervasive role of popular culture and the processes that constitute it as: - a product of industry; - an intellectual object of inquiry - an integral component of all our lives. The volume is divided into 7 thematic sections, and each section is preceded by an introduction which engages with, and critiques, the chapters that follow. The book contains: - classic writings from all the 'big names' - plenty of contemporary cultural references - material organized in a skills-focused and learning-focused way - strong pedagogic features throughout, making this an excellent classroom text - pieces drawing on diverse national, disciplinary and subdisciplinary contexts - sensitivity to issues of gender, race and sexuality - breadth and depth.

Book in near new condition, no dust jacket.

Author(s):
Guins, R. and Zaragoza Cruz, O.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
25x17.5cm
Edition:
1st edition, 2005
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0761974717
ISBN-13:
9780761974710
Number of pages:
549
Publisher:
SAGE Publications

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