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Cultural Studies: An Anthology / Edition 1
Cultural Studies: An Anthology / Edition 1
 
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Author : Hanna Musiol(Editor) Michael Ryan(Editor)
Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN# : 9781405145770
Price :INR 4336
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Book Description

This comprehensive anthology brings together classic and contemporary essays in the diverse field of Cultural Studies. It is designed for classroom use in a variety of settings and departments, from Communications and Film Studies to Literature and Anthropology. With an international scope and interdisciplinary approach, this book represents the diversity, depth, and leading scholarship of this complex field.

This important new anthology:

  • Provides an overview of the history of the discipline, and argues for better placement of Cultural Studies within the academy
  • Offers a range of important perspectives on key topics, including policy, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, identity, visual culture, and diaspora
  • Has an advisory board composed of leading scholars, and an internationally renowned general editor.

Cultural Studies: An Anthology is an indispensable scholarly and pedagogical tool, which fills a longstanding gap in the literature of the field. It will be essential reading for scholars and students in Cultural Studies and the many related disciplines with which it engages

About The Author:

Michael Ryan is co-editor (with Amitava Kumar) of Politics and Culture: An International Review of Books. He was the founder of the Cultural Studies Association (U.S.) and served as Director of the organization for five years. His books include Marxism and Deconstruction, Politics and Culture, Camera Politica, An Introduction to Film Analysis, Literary Theory: A Practical Introduction, and Literary Theory: An Anthology.


Table Of Contents:

Preface.

Acknowledgements to Sources.

Part I: Policy & Industry.

1. Battle of the Global Paradigms (Michele Hilmes).

2. Ownership, Organisation, and Cultural Work (David Hesmondhalgh).

3. The World Wide Web and the Corporate Media System (Robert McChesney).

4. Identifying a Policy Hierarchy: Communication Policy, Media Industries, and Globalization (Alison Beale).

5. The Rhetoric of Culture: Some Notes on Magazines, Canadian Culture, and Globalization (Imre Szeman).

Part II: Place, Space, Geography.

6. Metaphors to Live by: Landscapes as Systems of Reproduction (Don Mitchell).

7. Hegemony, Ideology, Pleasure: Blackpool (Tony Bennett).

8. City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles (Mike Davis).

9. Grids of Difference: Place and Identity Formation (Geraldine Pratt).

10. Cosmopolitan De-scriptions: Shanghai and Hong Kong (Ackbar Abbas).

11. An Occupied Place (Kathleen C. Stewart).

Part III: Gender & Sexuality.

12. Bodily Inscriptions, Performative Subversions (Judith Butler).

13. Missing Subjects: Gender, Power, and Sexuality in Merchant Banking (Linda McDowell and Gillian Court).

14. Horror and the Monstrous Feminine: An Imaginary Abjection (Barbara Creed).

15. Japanese Queerscapes: Global/Local Intersections on the Internet (Mark McClelland).

16. Get Real! Cultural Relevance and Resistance to the Mediated Feminine Ideal (Lisa Duke).

Part IV: Ideologies.

17. The German Ideology (Karl Marx and Friedriech Engels).

18. Ideology (Louis Althusser).

19. Interpellation (John Fiske).

20. Becoming Dagongmei: Politics of Identities and Differences (Pun Ngai).

21. The Ideology and Discourse of Modern Racism (Teun van Dijk).

22. 9/11 and the Jihad Tradition (Sohail H. Hashmi).

23. The Ontology of Everyday Distraction: The Freeway, the Mall, and Television (Margaret Morse).

24. Nichemarketing the Apocalypse: Violence as Hard-Sell (Ann Burlein).

Part V: Rhetoric & Discourse.

25. The Rhe

 
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