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Mass culture and everyday life

Author: Peter Gibian
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1997.
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Mass Culture and Everyday Life is a collection culled from over fifteen years of lively writing by the contributors to Tabloid, a small but seminal journal that emerged during the first wave of cultural studies in North America. Combining a selection of original Tabloid pieces with a wide range of new work by this group of critics, this book provides a fascinating overview of developments in one of the most vital  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Gibian
ISBN: 0415916747 9780415916745 0415916755 9780415916752
OCLC Number: 35018303
Description: viii, 304 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Everyday Life: A User's Guide --
pt. I. Where Did We Come From? Where Are We Going?: Critical Approaches to Mass Culture and Everyday Life. The TABLOID Story: Between Frankfurt, Birmingham, and Bowling Green --
A Genealogy of One Form of Cultural Studies in North America / Jean Franco. On/Against Mass Culture Theories / The Tabloid Collective. Whose Cultural Studies?: Cultural Studies and the Disciplines / Renato Rosaldo --
pt. II. It's All Academic: Culture Wars in the Everyday Life of the University. Editor's Introduction: The Struggle for the Academy. Disciplining the University: How Universities Became Prime Battlegrounds in the Reagan Revolution / The Tabloid Collective. Arts of the Contact Zone / Mary Louise Pratt. Professors / Dana Polan. The Age of the World Target: On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb / Rey Chow. pt. III. Mass Media I: Film and Television. Another World?: Daytime Television and Women's Work in the Home / Tania Modleski. Eros and Syphilization: The Contemporary Horror Film / Dana Polan --
pt. IV. Mass Media II: Dialogue on the Airwaves --
Talk Radio and Talk TV. Editor's Introduction: Talk Media Take Center Stage. Newspeak Meets Newstalk: The Boom in Airwaves Dialogue / Peter Gibian. Hello, You're on the Air: Talk Radio's Fluctuating Economy, Community, and Ideology / Jean Franco. No, She Really Loves Eggs: Fighting It Out on Call-In Radio / Mary Louise Pratt --
pt. V. Bodily Functions: What the Body Embodies in a Mass Cultural Context. In the Belly of the Beast: Reagan's Body, MIAs, and the Body Politic / Maria Damon. National Security Leak: What They Tell Us About Tampons / The Emmenagogue Sisters. Some Babe / Tania Modleski. Angelology: Things With Wings / Maria Damon. Jazzercise: A Hybrid Practice at Its Beginnings / Mary Louise Pratt. pt. VI. Everyday Life Environments: Frames, Settings, and Backgrounds That Shape Our Shopping, Working, Dancing, Playing, and Imagining. Breaking Silence, or an Old Wives' Tale: Sexual Harassment and the Legitimation Crisis / Tania Modleski. Who's The Boss?: Bruce Springsteen and the Mixed Signals in Rock Music / Gene Santoro. The Art of Being Off-Center: Shopping Center Spaces and the Spectacles of Consumer Culture / Peter Gibian.
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