Cranks, Fetishists and Monomaniacs. Lewis Grossberger, Triumph of the Wheel. Popular Sports and Politics. John Perry Barlow, Cyberhood vs.
Sherry Turkle, Virtuality and Its Discontents. Harry Waters, Life According to T. Evan Schwartz, Looking for Community on the Internet. Strategies for Active Reading. Spanning a full range of topics, it provides key reading and writing strategies, and contains essays addressing a topic generally and then explores related material in depth.
Discusses the phenomenon of popular culture and the overall importance of its study. Barbara Ehrenreich, The Cult of Busyness. Stefan Kanger, The Greatest Game.
Images of Women and Men in Advertising. Berkeley Rice, The Selling of Lifestyles. What is Popular Culture? Danyel Smith, Dreaming America. Juliet Schor, Exiting the Squirrel Cage.
The Role of Sports in America. Why Study Popular Culture? Simon Frith, Rock and Sexuality. Jack Solomon, Masters of Desire.
Provides detailed instruction in thinking critically and writing persuasively about pop-cultural issues. Three Selections about Barbie. Gloria Steinem, Sex, Lies, and Advertising. Alan Wells, Popular Music: Jessica Heland, Digital Soup. Joshua Quittner, Free Speech for the Net:Common Culture: Reading And Writing About American Popular Culture / Edition 5 From Barbie to the Internet, the Simpsons to the malls, this engaging book on pop culture can help readers develop writing skills while reading and thinking about subjects they find inherently interesting.
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[Michael Petracca; Madeleine Sorapure;] -- From Barbie to the internet, this inherently interesting book spans a full range of pop culture topics from a variety of theoretical perspectives, and helps users develop their critical and.
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