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The reader provides a theoretical, analytical and historical introduction to the study of popular culture and provides key primary coverage of fundamental issues in cultural studies. The text includes four new readings:1). Stuart Hall,What Is This ‘Black' in Black Popular Culture 2). Amir Saeed,Musical Jihad 3). Neil Perryman, Dr Who and the Convergence of Media 4). Jim Collins,Genericity in the Nineties Fully revised general and section introductions from the editor, contextualise and link the readings with key issues from the textbook A fully updated bibliography is provided
John Storey is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sunderland. He has published widely in cultural studies, including seven books. The most recent books called The Articulation of Memory and Desire (Guangxi Normal University Press, 2007 His work has been translated into Chinese German, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Polish, Serbian, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, and Ukrainian He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Henan, Vienna and Wuhan.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Fourth Edition||p. x|
|Publisher's Acknowledgments||p. xi|
|Introduction: The Study of Popular Culture and Cultural Studies||p. xv|
|The 'Culture and Civilization' Tradition||p. 1|
|Culture and Anarchy||p. 6|
|Mass Civilisation and Minority Culture||p. 12|
|The Full Rich Life & The Newer Mass Art: Sex in Shiny Packets||p. 26|
|The Analysis of Culture||p. 32|
|Preface from The Making of the English Working Class||p. 41|
|The Young Andience||p. 45|
|Ruling Class and Ruling Ideas||p. 58|
|Base and Superstructure||p. 60|
|Letter to Joseph Bloch||p. 61|
|On Popular Music||p. 63|
|Hegemony, Intellectuals and the Stae||p. 75|
|Popular Culture and the 'turn to Gramsci'||p. 81|
|Rockin' Hegemony: West Cost Rock and Amerika's War in Vietnam||p. 88|
|Pleasurable Negotiations||p. 98|
|The Redisoovery of 'Ideology' Return of the Repressed in Media Stndies||p. 111|
|Post-Marxism without Apologies||p. 142|
|Dallas and the Ideology of Mass Culture||p. 173|
|Femimist Approaches to Popular Culture: Giving Patriarchy its Due||p. 183|
|Reading Reading the Romance||p. 199|
|Soap Opera and Utopia||p. 216|
|Imitation and Gender Insubordination||p. 224|
|Psychoanalysis, Structuralism and Post-structuralism||p. 239|
|The Dream-Work||p. 246|
|The Mirror Stage||p. 255|
|Myth Today||p. 261|
|The Structure of Myth & The Structure of the Western Film||p. 270|
|Jules Verne: The Faulty Narrative||p. 285|
|Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses||p. 302|
|Feminism & The Principles of Poststructuralism||p. 320|
|From Reality to the Real||p. 332|
|'Race', Racism and Representation||p. 349|
|'Get up, get into it and get involved' - Soul, Civil Rights and Black Power||p. 355|
|The Color Purple Black Women as Cultural Readers||p. 365|
|What Is This 'Black' in Black Popular Culture?||p. 374|
|(interviewed by Anders Stephanson) Black Postmodernist Practices||p. 383|
|Postmodern Blackness||p. 388|
|Musical Jihad||p. 395|
|The Precession of Simnlacra||p. 405|
|From Here to Modernity: Feminism and Postmodermism||p. 416|
|Feminism, Reading, Postmodernism||p. 423|
|Postmodernism and 'The Other Side'||p. 429|
|Fashion and Postmdernism||p. 444|
|Genericity in the Nineties||p. 454|
|Doctor Who and the Convergence of Media||p. 472|
|The Polities of the Popular||p. 493|
|Distinction & The Aristocracy of Culture||p. 498|
|Notes on Deconstructing 'the Popular'||p. 508|
|Cultural Entrepreneurship in Nineteenth-Century Boston: The Creation of an Organizational Base for High Culture in America||p. 519|
|Cultural Production||p. 539|
|The Practice of Everyday Life||p. 545|
|The New Validation of Popular Culture: Sense and Sentimentality in Academia||p. 556|
|The Popular Economy||p. 564|
|Feminist Desire and Female Pleasure||p. 581|
|Pessimism, Optimism, Pleasure: The Future of Cultural Studies||p. 591|
|Trajectories of Cultural Populism||p. 606|
|Political Economy and Cultural Studies: Reconciliation or Divorce?||p. 618|
|Cultural Studies vs. Political Economy: Is Anybody Else Bored With this Dehate?||p. 630|
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