Frank A. Salamone
Cambridge Scholars, 2009 - Social Science - 177 pages
This work grew out of the Northeast Popular Culture Conference at Dartmouth University in New Hampshire in October 2008. It presents material noting how American popular culture has had an influence throughout the world. Chapters range from Nigeria, Ghana, Japan, China and points in between. Topics cover music, art, holidays, romance, and toys. In all, the book illustrates the vast scope and popularity of American popular culture both in the world and on it.
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