Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader

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John Storey
Pearson Education, 1998 - 646 pagina's
This second edition of John Storey's successful reader in Cultural Theory and Popular Culture contains nine new readings, and revised and rewritten introductions for each of the seven sections. As before, the book brings together work by critics and theorists to introduce the theoretical, analytical and historical study of popular culture within cultural studies. The first six sections contain readings which cover culture and civilisation tradition; culturalism; structuralism and post-structuralism; Marxism; feminism and postmodernism, and the final section explores the debates surrounding popular culture. Six of the previous readings have been replaced by nine new articles to extend the concept of the book and its critical value. This invaluable reader can be used to accompany An Introduction to Cultural Theory and Popular Culture, thus providing a complete study of popular culture across the field of cultural history.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
3
F R Leavis Mass Civilisation and Minority Culture
13
Dwight Macdonald A Theory of Mass Culture
22
Introduction
39
Raymond Williams The Analysis of Culture
48
E P Thompson Preface from The Making of the English Working
57
Gareth Stedman Jones WorkingClass Culture and WorkingClass
68
Paul Gilroy Get up get into it and get involved Soul Civil Rights
80
Christine Geraghty Soap Opera and Utopia
319
The Politics of Genre
328
Morag Shiach Feminism and Popular Culture
333
Postmodernism
343
Introduction
345
Jean Baudrillard The Precession of Simulacra
350
Feminism and Postmodernism
358
Meaghan Morris Feminism Reading Postmodernism
365

Introduction
93
Sigmund Freud The DreamWork
99
Roland Barthes Myth Today
109
Will Wright The Structure of Myth The Structure of the Western Film
119
The Faulty Narrative
135
Louis Althusser Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses
153
Michel Foucault Method
165
Chris Weedon Feminism The Principles of Poststructuralism
172
Marxism
185
Introduction
187
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels Ruling Class and Ruling Ideas
191
Karl Marx Base and Superstructure
193
Frederick Engels Letter to Joseph Bloch
194
Theodor W Adorno On Popular Music
197
Antonio Gramsci Hegemony Intellectuals and the State
210
Tony Bennett Popular Culture and the turn to Gramsci
217
West Coast Rock and Amerikas War in Vietnam
225
Christine Gledhill Pleasurable Negotiations
236
Mikhail Bakhtin Carnival and Carnivalesque
250
Feminism
261
Introduction
263
len Ang Dallas and the Ideology of Mass Culture
265
Giving Patriarchy its Due
275
Janice Radway Reading Reading the Romance
292
Black Women as Cultural Readers
310
Dick Hebdige Postmodernism and The Other Side
371
Cornel West interviewed by Anders Stephanson Black Postmodernist Practices
387
Elizabeth Wilson Fashion and Postmodernism
392
Andrew Goodwin Popular Music and Postmodern Theory
403
bell hooks Postmodern Blackness
417
The Politics of the Popular
425
Introduction
427
Pierre Bourdieu Distinction The Aristocracy of Culture
431
Stuart Hall Notes on Deconstructing the Popular
442
The Creation of an Organizational Base for High Culture in America
454
Terry Lovell Cultural Production
476
Michel de Certeau The Practice of Everyday Life
483
Sense and Sentimentality in Academia
495
John Fiske The Popular Economy
504
len Ang Feminist Desire and Female Pleasure
522
Jostein Gripsrud High Culture Revisited
532
Paul Willis Symbolic Creativity
546
The Future of Cultural Studies
554
Defending Popular Culture from the Populists
570
Jim McGuigan Trajectories of Cultural Populism
587
Reconciliation or Divorce?
600
Anybody Else Bored with this Debate?
613
Bibliography
625
Acknowledgements
637
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Over de auteur (1998)

John Storey is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sunderland. His publications include "Cultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture: Theories and Methods" (1996), "What is Cultural Studies?: A Reader" (1996), "Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader" (second edition, 1998), "Cultural Consumption and Everyday Life" (1999), and "Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction" (third edition, 2001).

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