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Re-reading Popular Culture. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2249803
  • Book
  • August 2005
  • 196 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Re-reading Popular Culture is an entertaining investigation of the meanings and value of popular culture today. It explores the theme of cultural citizenship by combining textual analysis and media reception theory to analyze popular culture.
- Includes such contemporary issues as the rewriting of masculinity after the success of feminism, and the layers of meaning in semi-public and private talk of multiculturalism and ethnicity
- Traces its topics across a variety of media forms and texts, including sports; detective fiction and police series; and children’s television and games
- Clearly and accessibly written for the student, scholar, and general reader.
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Preface and Acknowledgments.

Introduction Popular culture/cultural citizenship.

1 Ethnicity, football and the nation.

2 Negotiating global popular culture.

3 Conservative feminism and the detective novel.

4 Masculinity and the merits of textual analysis as part of an audience study.

5 Critical viewership.

6 Children and media.

7 Popular culture: a modern and a postmodern genealogy.

Concluding remarks.

References.

Index

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Joke Hermes University of Amsterdam.
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