Doing Cultural Theory (Hardback)David Walton (author)
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- Lawrence Grossberg, University of North Carolina
"Accessible and insightful throughout; offering help to both experienced and inexperienced students of cultural theory. Highly recommended."
- John Storey, University of Sunderland
Doing Cultural Theory teaches more than just the basics of cultural theory. It unpacks its complexities with real-life examples, and shows readers how to link theory and practice. This book: Offers accessible introductions to how cultural studies has engaged with key theories in structuralism, poststructuralism and postmodernismTeaches straightforward ways of practising these theories so students learn to think for themselvesUses 'practice' boxes to show students how to apply cultural theory in the real worldGuides students through the literature with carefully selected further reading recommendation.
Other textbooks only show how others have analyzed and interpreted the world. Doing Cultural Theory takes it a step further and teaches students step-by-step how to do cultural theory for themselves.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 738 g
Dimensions: 242 x 170 mm
The University of North Carolina
Accessible and insightful throughout; offering help to both experienced and inexperienced students of cultural theory. Highly recommended
The University of Sunderland
The greatest strength of David Walton's book is that it systematically engages with these difficult theories...it is a serious attempt to `translate' the main concepts of French Cultural Theory for an Anglo-Saxon readership. -- Karen Bennett * Cultural Studies Journal *
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