Studies in Entertainment Critical Approaches to Mass Culture

by Tania Modleski

Part of the Theories of Contemporary Culture Series

Studies in Entertainment Critical Approaches to Mass Culture Synopsis

This is an important book for all students of literature and history. -American Studies International ... thoughtful and provocative.... the essays... grant complexity and contradiction to mass culture, while interrogating its objects from positions that-explicitly or implicitly-derive from the left and from feminism. -The Independent These innovative and politically engaged essays reflect the paradox inherent in taking a critical approach to mass culture. The contributors, in many cases pioneers in their particular area of inquiry, include: Tania Modleski, Raymond Williams (interviewed here by Stephen Heath and Gillian Skirrow), Bernard Gendron, Rick Altman, Margaret Morse, Patricia Mellencamp, Judith Williamson, Jean Franco, Kaja Silverman, Dana Polan, and Andreas Huyssen.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780253203953
Publication date: 22nd December 1986
Author: Tania Modleski
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 232 pages
Categories: Communication studies,

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