Modernity and Mass Culture
Chancellors' Professor of English and Communication and Culture James Naremore, James Naremore, Patrick Brantlinger
Indiana University Press, 1991 - 278 стор.
"The twelve essays in Â Modernity and Mass Culture provide a broad and captivating overview of what has come to be known as culture studies." —Texas Journal
This is a wide-ranging analysis of the relationship among industrialization, democracy, and art in the 20th century. U.S. and British scholars discuss the interaction of "high," "popular," and "mass" art, showing how Western culture as a whole is affected by the transition from the modern to the postmodern era.
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The Case of Mass Culture
On Kiri Te Kanawa Judy Garland and the Culture Industry
TV and the End of the Studio System
Image Virus Catastrophe
Undoing Feminism in Anne Rices Vampire Chronicles
Reproductive Politics and Moonlighting
From Pop Art to MetaPop
The AvantGarde Finds Andy Hardy
The End of Mass Culture