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The Dynamics of Interconnections in Popular Culture(s).

By: Browne, Ray B.
Contributor(s): Urish, Ben.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (286 p.).ISBN: 9781443858649.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Dynamics of Interconnections in Popular Culture(s)DDC classification: 306 | 306.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; INTERCONNECTIONS; CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY'S DICTUM; THE USABLE PAST AND THE USABLE PRESENTIN STEVEN SPIELBERG PRESENTS ANIMANIACS; HISTORY, HERITAGE AND THE MUSEOLOGICALFUNCTION OF SPORTS BARS; ON THE LINKAGES BETWEEN SOCIOLOGYAND POPULAR CULTURE; LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMICSAND POPULAR CULTURE; DYNAMICS; 'THEY GOT TO GO'; WE ARE ALL CYLONS; FROMMAIL ORDER AND PICTURE BRIDES,LONELY HEARTS AND SOCIAL CLUBS,TO EHARMONY, 'JUST LUNCH', SPEED DATINGAND COFFEE MATING; THE 'NATURE' OF FRONTIERS; DON'TWORRY ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT
APRISON FOR OTHERS-ABURDEN TO ONE'S SELFAMERICAN/JAPANESE DEVELOPINGRELATIONSHIP THROUGH POPULAR CULTURE; CONFLICTING CURRENTS BETWEEN CHINESEAND AMERICAN TRADE CULTURES; PROJECTING NATIONAL IDENTITIESTHROUGH CULTURAL DIPLOMACY; POLITICAL PERFORMANCE, CELEBRITYCULTURE AND MASS-MEDIATED'DEMOCRACY' IN AMERICA; CONTRIBUTORS; APPENDIX; INDEX
Summary: The Dynamics of Interconnections in Popular Culture(s) is an eclectic and free-ranging collection of articles grounded in a combination of the social sciences with the populist humanities. The collection is further unified by an approach that considers changes and linkages within and between cultural systems as evidenced through their respective popular cultures. The key underlying assumption is that our collective popular expressions create an arena of global cultural exchange, further preci...
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CONTENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; INTERCONNECTIONS; CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY'S DICTUM; THE USABLE PAST AND THE USABLE PRESENTIN STEVEN SPIELBERG PRESENTS ANIMANIACS; HISTORY, HERITAGE AND THE MUSEOLOGICALFUNCTION OF SPORTS BARS; ON THE LINKAGES BETWEEN SOCIOLOGYAND POPULAR CULTURE; LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMICSAND POPULAR CULTURE; DYNAMICS; 'THEY GOT TO GO'; WE ARE ALL CYLONS; FROMMAIL ORDER AND PICTURE BRIDES,LONELY HEARTS AND SOCIAL CLUBS,TO EHARMONY, 'JUST LUNCH', SPEED DATINGAND COFFEE MATING; THE 'NATURE' OF FRONTIERS; DON'TWORRY ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT

APRISON FOR OTHERS-ABURDEN TO ONE'S SELFAMERICAN/JAPANESE DEVELOPINGRELATIONSHIP THROUGH POPULAR CULTURE; CONFLICTING CURRENTS BETWEEN CHINESEAND AMERICAN TRADE CULTURES; PROJECTING NATIONAL IDENTITIESTHROUGH CULTURAL DIPLOMACY; POLITICAL PERFORMANCE, CELEBRITYCULTURE AND MASS-MEDIATED'DEMOCRACY' IN AMERICA; CONTRIBUTORS; APPENDIX; INDEX

The Dynamics of Interconnections in Popular Culture(s) is an eclectic and free-ranging collection of articles grounded in a combination of the social sciences with the populist humanities. The collection is further unified by an approach that considers changes and linkages within and between cultural systems as evidenced through their respective popular cultures. The key underlying assumption is that our collective popular expressions create an arena of global cultural exchange, further preci...

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Ray Browne was born in Millport, Alabama, in 1922, and was educated at the University of Alabama, Columbia University, and the University of California at Los Angeles. As founder of the Popular Culture Association (1970) and of the Department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green University. Browne was an early advocate of applying serious study to popular culture.

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