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Megawords : the 200 key terms you need to survive

Author: Richard Osborne
Publisher: London : SAGE, 2002.
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In 1976 Raymond Williams published his classic book Keywords. Richard Osborne presents Megawords a 21st century Keywords. The book is not simply a glossary, rather it is a map of the links between  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Osborne, Richard, 1952-
London : SAGE, 2002
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Osborne
OCLC Number: 681185959
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (272 pages)
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Aberrant Decoding Abject/Abjection Activism Aesthetics Agency Agenda Setting Alienation Alterity Androcentric Anima/Animus Anomie Aporia Appropriation Arbitrary Archaeology Archetype Articulation Audience Aura Authenticity/Authentic Author/Authorship Authority Base/Superstructure Behaviourism Bias Binary Oppositions Bisexuality Black/Black Politics Body Bourgeois Brand Bricoleur/Bricolage Bureaucracy Camp Canon Capitalism Carnival Castration Complex Celebrity/Celebrity Culture Chaos Theory Chora Citizenship City Civil Society Civilisation Class Code Collective Unconscious Colonial Subject Colonialism Communication Conflict Theory Connotation/Denotation Conspiracy Theory Consumption Copernican Revolution Counterculture Critical Theory Cult Cultural Capital Cultural Populism Cultural Reproduction Cultural Studies Culturalism Culture Cyberpunk Cyberspace Cyborg Deconstruction Desire Determinism Diaspora Difference Discourse Division of Labour Dominant/Residual/Emergent DoxaEcology Economic Rationalism Ecriture Feminine Empiricism Encoding/Decoding End of Philosophy Enlightenment Enconce/Enonciation Episteme Epistemology Essentialism Ethics Ethnicity Ethnography Existentialism Fake TV Feedback Feminism FlaneurFlow Fordism Formalism Frankfurt School Functionalism/Structural Functionalism Gaze Geek Gender Genealogy Genotext/Phenotext Globalisation Governmentality Grand Narrative Habitus Hegemony Hermeneutics Hot and Cold Media Humanism Hybridity Hyperreality Icon/Iconic Identity Identity Politics Ideology Image Imperialism Indigeneity Information Age/Information Revolution Intellectuals Interdisciplinarity Interpellation Inter-Textuality Interpretive Communities Irony Jouissance Knowledge Liberli/ism Logocentrism Marginality/Marginalisation Mass Media Materialism Mediascape Message Metanarrative Metaphor/MetonymyMethodology Modernism Moral panic Multiculturalism Myth Nationhood Nature Neo-Liberalism Network Society New Age New Historicism New Man New Times News Values Nomadic Theory Norm Ontology Orientalism Other Paradigm Parapraxis Pastiche Patriarchy Phallocentrism Phenomenology Pleasure Pluralism Political Correctnesss Political Economy of the Media Polysemic Popular Culture Positivism Post-Colonialism Post-Feminism Postmodernism/Postmodernity Poststructuralism Power Psychoanalysis Public/Public Sphere Queer/Queer Theory Race Radical/ism Reader-Response Theory Realism Received Ideas Reductionism Relativism Reflexivity Representation Risk/Risk Society Self Semiotics/Semiology Sign/Signifier Socialism Society Sociobiology Space State Structuralism Subaltern Subcultures Subject/Subjectivity Sustainability Symbol Technological Determinism Terrorism Thatcherism Travelling Theory Unconscious Utilitarianism Utopia/Utopian Virtual Reality Whiteness Writerly/Readerly
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