Communication in popular culture

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Bowling Green Popular P. , Bowling Green (Ohio)
Statementedited by Robert J. Brake.
ContributionsBrake, Robert J.
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Communication Perspectives on Popular Culture delivers on the promise of the series to come by including a number of different popular culture artifacts Cited by: 1. Communication & Popular Culture Coursebook presents an introduction to U.S.

popular culture, with an emphasis on its forms and functions in our society. This Reviews: 2. Andrew F. Herrmann and Art Herbig provide an exciting collection of essays with their edited series Communication Perspectives on Popular fan Manufacturer: Lexington Books.

Communication & Popular Culture Coursebook presents an introduction to U.S. popular culture, with an emphasis on its forms and Communication in popular culture book in our society. This 5/5(2). The contributors address how a series as dominant in popular culture as Fifty Shades of Grey can affect people involved in a community, those on the outside, Communication in popular culture book Brand: Jessica M W Kratzer; Tony E Adams; Ahmet Atay.

While Korean popular culture and digital media products have global prominence, less is known internationally about the evolution of Korean media and communications. Students and scholars of popular culture, communication, media, and politics would benefit greatly from including this book in their classes and future research.

-- Jennifer C. Dunn, Dominican University An invaluable contribution to popular culture studies in media and communications.

This volume has an excellent cast of contributors who Author: Andrew F. Herrmann, Adam W. Tyma. For courses in popular culture, media and society, and sociology of the media. Pop culture surrounds us. Its products are the movies we watch, the music we listen to, and the books we read; they are on our televisions, phones, and computers.

We are its fickle friend, loving to hate it and hating to love s: Communication Perspectives in Popular Culture examines the integral role that popular culture plays in scholarship and teaching. We use it to critique culture and to exemplify theory.

We use it to understand public discourse as well as help us to explain the role that those discourses play in.

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The purpose of this course is to identify and analyze interpersonal communication in popular culture (television, movies, books, blogs, social media, etc.). Popular culture helps construct, define, and impact our everyday realities and must be taken seriously because popular culture is, simply, popular.

Communication Perspectives on Popular Culture brings together communication experts with diverse backgrounds, from interpersonal communication, business and organizational communication, mass. Most scholars believe that popular culture emerged in the 19th century when communication technologies, such as printing processes and photographic reproduction and large-scale media organizations - including newspaper, magazine and book publishers - were able to create and market messages for a big audience of consumers.

The essays in this volume address popular mediated constructions of ethical and unethical communication in news, sports, advertising, film, television, and the internet. Emphasis is on the consumption of popular culture messages, as well as how auditors make moral sense out of what they read, hear, and observe.

Cultural theory and popular culture: An introduction. 7th ed. New York: Routledge. E-mail Citation» Storey’s texts on popular culture have helped move the study of popular culture into the classrooms of colleges and universities. This book applies a range of social and literary theories to the analysis of popular culture objects as texts.

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Subjects: Popular culture. Communication. Massamedia. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. ‎Communication Perspectives on Popular Culture contains all new writings from many important established scholars as well as brilliant young scholars in the communication field.

Contributors explore new and emerging ways to approach popular culture – from case studies to emerging theories –. A Library Resource Guide for CoJo Communication in Popular Culture, Dr. Armada Links to CLICSearch (catalog), streaming media and more.

Heroes and Scoundrels: The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture (History of Communication) by Matthew C. Ehrlich, Joe Saltzman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Preview The small country of South Korea is a media and technology giant.

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Armada General library and contact information. By experiencing familiar popular culture artifacts through the lens of critical and interpretive theories, a new generation of communication professionals and scholars will hone their skills of observation and interpretation – pointing not just toward better communication production.

“Popular culture is intimately connected with education, mass communication, production, and a society’s ability to access knowledge” (Campbell, ). Popular Culture: Global Intercultural Perspectives provides an understanding of popular culture in a globalized world through the intersection of sociology and cultural studies.

Exploring a diverse range of different forms of popular culture in everyday life – from fashion, to digital technology and social networking, to music, visual culture and dance – this vibrant book offers contextual. Browse Books & Media: DS - Japanese Popular Culture; E - American Popular Culture (General) HE - Telecommunications; HE - Radio Broadcasting; HE - Television Broadcasting; JA85 - Communication in Politics; KF - Communication and Law; NX - Communication and the Arts.

Joan Nicks is an adjunct professor in the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film at Brock University.

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She is co-editor with Jeannette Sloniowski of Slippery Pastimes: Reading the Popular in Canadian Culture (WLU Press, ). Her writing on film and popular culture has appeared in Candid Eyes: Essays on Canadian Documentaries (), Gendering the Nation:.

Communication and Popular Culture presents an introduction to U.S. popular culture, with an emphasis on its forms and functions in our society. First, we engage four key domains that construct popular culture’s meanings in order to empower students with the.

Popular culture is the media, products, and attitudes considered to be part of the mainstream of a given culture and the everyday life of common people. It is often distinct from more formal conceptions of culture that take into account moral, social, religious beliefs and values, such as our earlier definition of culture.

Chapters in the book cover both historical and contemporary concerns, addressing a variety of other questions, including the role fashion plays in subcultures. For students and scholars of fashion and popular culture – or anyone fascinated by what clothing can convey – Fashion in Popular Culture offers an engaging, interdisciplinary analysis.

A former President of the Popular Culture Association and former Executive Secretary of the Midwest Popular Culture Association, Professor Burns is Editor, with Thomas Kitts, of the journals Popular Music and Society and Rock Music Studies.

He is the editor of two books on television and is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on. Women's Rights: Reflections in Popular Culture offers a succinct yet thorough resource for anyone interested in the relationship between feminism, women's rights, and media.

It is ideally suited for students researching popular culture's role in the modern history of women's rights and representation of women, women's rights, and feminism in popular culture. sion may have indeed argued that advertising is legitimate popular culture.

How-ever, in Advertising and Popular Culture (same title, different book from the previ-ously discussed Fowles, ), which published samples from the Advertising Division, the editor argued that advertising scholars at the Popular Culture Associ.Solutions to intercultural communication problems are interdisciplinary in nature and require a good understanding of the cultural factors involved.

In her book Communicating Across Cultures, Stella Ting-Toomey describes three principal reasons underlying the need to manage and study intercultural communication. First, globalization trends.It is easy to overlook the importance of freedom of speech in our modern world, where it often seems "anything goes." In actuality, freedom of speech issues are still highly relevant in the 21st century, even if our cultural and social contexts now allow many forms of expression that were unacceptable in previous eras.

This book focuses on how freedom of speech is reflected in pop culture by.