- Popular culture
- Popular culture -- Philosophy
- Culture -- Philosophy
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- Includes index.
- Bibliography: p. 130-139.
- Preface. 1. Popular Culture as Folk Culture: Nature and Nationalism. Pastoral Life as Primitive Culture. Music Hall and the Masses. Imagining the Past to Make the Present. Notes. 2. Popular Culture as Mass Culture: Culture Against Anarchy. The Culture of Hyperdemocracy. The Marxist Masses. Ways of Seeing Other People as Masses. Notes. 3. Popular Culture as the 'Other' of High Culture: The Making of High Culture. The Modernist Revolution. The Politics of Cultural Exclusion. Culture and Class. Notes. 4. Popular as an Arena of Hegemony: Hegemony: From Marxism to Cultural Studies. Wandering from the Path of Righteousness. Side Saddle on the Golden Calf. An Inclusive Media and Cultural Studies. Notes. 5. Popular Culture as Postmodern Culture: The New Sensibility. Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine: The Postmodern Condition. Back to the Future: Opera Postmodern. Notes. 6. Popular Culture as the 'Roots' and 'Routes' of Cultural Identities: Postmodern Identities. The Roots of Cultural Identities. The Routes of Cultural Identities. Mixing Memory and Desire: Dusty Springfield and 'The Land of Love'. Coda: Performing Identities. Notes. 7. Popular Culture as Popular Art: Cultural Power. When Gravity Fails: An Aesthetics of Popular Culture? Beyond Aesthetic Essentialism. Notes. 8. Popular Culture as Global Culture: Globalisation. Trading Commodities in the American Global Village. The 'Local' as the New Folk Culture. Notes. References. Index.
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