On A Common Culture

On A Common Culture

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In the United Kingdom, the notion of a common culture has always been suggestive of a national culture which is accessible to all and provides various kinds of benefits to all, including participation in national cultural life. Brian Russell Graham's exploration of the theme aims to clarify how we might define common culture in the twenty-first century, and offers a perspective on specific benefits of such a shared culture. Common culture can generate a sense of inclusive national identity, he argues. Additionally, it can even out differences in our so-called ‘cultural capital’ – it can make people more equal in terms of their cultural lives.

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Genre : Social Science
Author by : Brian Russell Graham
Publisher : John Hunt Publishing
Release : 2022-02-25
File : 192 Pages
ISBN : 9781789048339


Common Culture And The Ideology Of Difference In Medieval And Contemporary Poland

Common Culture And The Ideology Of Difference In Medieval And Contemporary Poland

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This study examines shared culture in medieval and contemporary Poland. The author argues that shared culture produced by ethnically, religiously, and linguistically diverse societies--rather than elitist values or institutional, ethnic, and religious differences--was foundational to societal survival in medieval Polish cities.

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Genre : Civilization, Medieval
Author by : Teresa Pac
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 2022
File : 368 Pages
ISBN : 9781793626929


The Sage Dictionary Of Cultural Studies

The Sage Dictionary Of Cultural Studies

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Contains over 200 entries on key concepts and theorists of cultural studies.

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Genre : Social Science
Author by : Chris Barker
Publisher : SAGE
Release : 2004-06-09
File : 211 Pages
ISBN : 0761973419


Consumer Culture And Postmodernism

Consumer Culture And Postmodernism

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Implicit within claims that society itself is in some sense postmodern is an argument about the priority of consumption as a determinant of everyday life. In this view, mass media advertising and market dynamics lead to a constant search for new fashions, new styles, new sensations and experiences. Material goods are consumed as `communicators'; they are valued as signifiers of taste and of lifestyle. This volume examines the viability of this portrait of contemporary society. Mike Featherstone explores the roots of consumer culture, how it is defined and differentiated and the extent to which it represents the arrival of a `postmodern' world. He examines the theories of consumption and postmodernism among contemporary social theorists such as Bourdieu, Baudrillard, Lyotard and Jameson and relates these to the actual nature of contemporary consumer culture.

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Genre : Social Science
Author by : Mike Featherstone
Publisher : SAGE
Release : 1990-12-07
File : 192 Pages
ISBN : 9781848609013


Un Common Cultures

Un Common Cultures

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In Un/common Cultures, Kamala Visweswaran develops an incisive critique of the idea of culture at the heart of anthropology, describing how it lends itself to culturalist assumptions. She holds that the new culturalism—the idea that cultural differences are definitive, and thus divisive—produces a view of “uncommon cultures” defined by relations of conflict rather than forms of collaboration. The essays in Un/common Cultures straddle the line between an analysis of how racism works to form the idea of “uncommon cultures” and a reaffirmation of the possibilities of “common cultures,” those that enact new forms of solidarity in seeking common cause. Such “cultures in common” or “cultures of the common” also produce new intellectual formations that demand different analytic frames for understanding their emergence. By tracking the emergence and circulation of the culture concept in American anthropology and Indian and French sociology, Visweswaran offers an alternative to strictly disciplinary histories. She uses critical race theory to locate the intersection between ethnic/diaspora studies and area studies as a generative site for addressing the formation of culturalist discourses. In so doing, she interprets the work of social scientists and intellectuals such as Elsie Clews Parsons, Alice Fletcher, Franz Boas, Louis Dumont, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Clifford Geertz, W. E. B. Du Bois, and B. R. Ambedkar.

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Genre : Social Science
Author by : Kamala Visweswaran
Publisher : Duke University Press
Release : 2010-06-28
File : 356 Pages
ISBN : 9780822391630


Common Culture

Common Culture

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For freshman composition courses. From Barbie to the Internet, the Simpsons to the malls, this engaging text on pop culture helps students develop critical and analytical skills and write clear prose while reading, thinking, and writing about subjects they find inherently interesting. Spanning a full range of topics, it provides key reading and writing strategies, and contains essays addressing a topic generally and then explores related material in depth. In addition to the readings, each section begins with a catchy cultural artifact that leads students into a detailed introduction, discussion questions, essay topics, and suggestions for further reading and research.

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Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
Author by : Michael Petracca
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Release : 2001
File : 642 Pages
ISBN : IND:30000076278138


Modern Art In The Common Culture

Modern Art In The Common Culture

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Hoofdstukken over kunstenaars en kunstuitingen vormen het uitgangspunt van deze Studie over de relatie tussen avant-garde kunst en de massacultuur

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Genre : Art
Author by : Thomas Crow
Publisher : Yale University Press
Release : 1996-01-01
File : 274 Pages
ISBN : 0300076495


Cultural Theory

Cultural Theory

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"Written by some of the leading thinkers in the field, the book is an excellent resource for longstanding and contemporary issues in cultural theory. Comprehensive and well-written." - David Oswell, Goldsmiths College This timely volume provides a framework for understanding the cultural turn in terms of the classical legacy, contemporary cultural theory and cultural analysis. It reveals the significance of Marxist humanism, Georg Simmel, the Frankfurt School, Stuart Hall and the Birmingham School, Giddens, Bauman, Foucault, Bourdieu and Baudrillard. Readers receive a dazzling, critical survey of some of the primary figures in the field. However, the book is much more than a Rough Guide tour through the 'great figures' in the field. Through an analysis of specific problems, such as transculturalism, transnationalsim, feminism, popular music and cultural citizenship, it demonstrates the relevance of cultural sociology in elucidating some of the key questions of our time.

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Genre : Social Science
Author by : Tim Edwards
Publisher : SAGE
Release : 2007-08-01
File : 304 Pages
ISBN : 9781848607521


Sport Public Broadcasting And Cultural Citizenship

Sport Public Broadcasting And Cultural Citizenship

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This book examines the political debates over the access to live telecasts of sport in the digital broadcasting era. It outlines the broad theoretical debates, political positions and policy calculations over the provision of live, free-to-air telecasts of sport as a right of cultural citizenship. In so doing, the book provides a number of comparative case studies that explore these debates and issues in various global spaces.

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Genre : Sports & Recreation
Author by : Jay Scherer
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2013-08-15
File : 322 Pages
ISBN : 9781135017101


Why Johnny Can T Tell Right From Wrong

Why Johnny Can T Tell Right From Wrong

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An analysis of why American schools fail to provide a moral education argues that the new decision-making-based educational theory fails to teach values

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Genre : Education
Author by : William Kilpatrick
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 1993-09-01
File : 368 Pages
ISBN : 9780671870737