4 edition of Cultural theory found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-285).
|LC Classifications||HM101 .B775 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 285 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||98020411|
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This second edition of Cultural Theory provides a concise introduction to cultural theory, placing major figures, traditional concepts, and contemporary themes within a sharp conceptual framework. Provides a student-friendly introduction to what can often be a complex field of study; Updates the first edition in response to reader feedback and to the changing nature of the fieldCited by: This book covers a lot of ground in introducing cultural theory.
As such, it only talks about each subject briefly, but at the end of each Cultural theory book there is a useful section on suggested readings, and within each section numerous texts on the subject are referenced so it is easy to find more to read on/5. Book > Major Work > Cultural Theory The four volumes traverse the disciplines of, amongst others, sociology, cultural studies, anthropology, literary theory, media and communication studies, and science and technology studies, to provide a sense of the development and extension of cultural theory from initial and longstanding questions.
Now in its second edition, Cultural Theory: The Key Concepts is an up-to-date and comprehensive survey of over of the key terms central to cultural theory today. This second edition includes new entries on: colonialism; cybercultur; globalisation; terrorism; visual studies.
Providing clear and succinct introductions to a wide range of subjects, from feminism to postmodernism, Cultural Cited by: Cambridge Core - International Relations and International Organisations - A Cultural Theory of International Relations - by Richard Ned LebowAuthor: Richard Ned Lebow.
Theory illuminates and instructs, it is a lens through which one may look forward while also reflecting on the past. Theory lets us comprehend rather than simply to "Cultural Theory," Michael Thompson, Richard Ellis and the late Aaron Wildavsky have taken a measurable step forward in understanding sociocultural viability/5(2).
This second edition of Cultural Theory provides a concise introduction to cultural theory, placing major figures, traditional concepts, and contemporary themes within a sharp conceptual framework.
Provides a student-friendly introduction to what can often be a complex field of study Updates the first edition in response to reader feedback and to the changing nature of the field Includes.
A useful theory of culture, the authors contend, should start with these questions, and the answers, given different historical conditions, should apply equally well to people of all times, places, and walks of their cue from the pioneering work of anthropologist Mary Douglas, the authors ofCultural Theoryhave created a typology of.