The University of Wisconsin Press
Popular Culture Theory and Methodology
A Basic Introduction
Edited by Harold E. Hinds, Jr., Marilyn F. Motz, and Angela M. S. Nelson
The Popular Press, A Ray and Pat Browne Book
Seminal essays and central debates in the study of popular culture
What exactly is popular culture? How should it be studied? What forces come together in producing, disseminating, and consuming it? Is it always conformist, or has it the power to resist and subvert the status quo? Is the line between "high" and "low" merely arbitrary? Do the popular arts have a distinctive aesthetics? This collection offers a wide range of responses to these and similar questions. Edited by Harold E. Hinds, Jr., Marilyn F. Motz, and Angela M. S. Nelson, Popular Culture Theory and Methodology charts
some of the key turning points in the "culture wars."
Harold E. Hinds, Jr. is professor of history and director of Latin American area studies at the University of Minnesota, Morris. Marilyn F. Motz is associate professor of popular culture at Bowling Green State University. Angela M. S. Nelson is associate professor of popular culture at Bowling Green State University and chair of the department.
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424 pp. 6 x 9
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