Reading Popular Culture is an economical Penguin Academics thematic reader exploring a full range of topics in the field of contemporary popular culture from a variety of theoretical perspectives.
This book takes up the most important general questions that arise from our immersion in the culture of everyday life: why do the artifacts of popular culture, such as certain movies or websites, appeal to us, and what effect does our engagement with each of these phenomena have on us? Chosen for both their theoretical and rhetorical approaches, the selections in Reading Popular Culture will challenge and engage instructors and students alike.
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