Cultural Studies - The Basics

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SAGE Publications, Jun 3, 2002 - Social Science - 492 pages
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This is a book for anyone who wants an unfussy, authoritative critical introduction to Cultural Studies. It equips you with all that you need to know about theories of cultural studies: what they say, how they differ from one another and what are the strengths and weaknesses of each position. It provides biographical information on major theorists plus assessments of key texts.

Unlike other competing books in the field, Cultural Studies - The Basics demonstrates what a Cultural Studies approach can do to illuminate basic areas of contemporary culture.

The book is designed to be used and read by students who face the pressures of essay dead-lines, examinations and dissertations. Above all it approaches Cultural Studies as something that needs to be used as well as studied.

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About the author (2002)

Jeff Lewis is Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, and Senior Research Fellow at the Globalism Institute, both at RMIT University, Melbourne.

He is also the author of Language Wars (Pluto Books, 2005) and has had articles published in Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, European Journal of Cultural Studies, International Journal of the Humanities and International Journal of Cultural Studies.

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