Popular Culture: The Metropolitan Experience
Psychology Press, 1986 - 244 pagine
Iain Chambers approaches the often overlooked details and textures of popular culture through a series of histories which show how it becomes continually remade as each of us defines our own urban space.
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Introduction Popular culture popular knowledge
and urban pastimes
Inside the present
A world of images
Other visions screens and pleasures
From music hall to Hitsville
advertising aesthetics Afrika Bambaataa American architecture audience B. B. King bebop become black music blues Bob Marley Britain British cinema British film centre century clubs collage comics commercial consumerism contemporary critics daily dance David Johnson disco early economic Eduardo Paolozzi English entertainment everyday experience fashion genre Hebdige Hollywood horror housing ideology images increasingly industry inside intellectual James Brown jazz kitsch language later living London magazines male meaning modernism montage music hall National Film Archive native nineteenth-century novel numbers objects particular photography pleasure political Pop Art pop music popular culture popular music post-war produce programmes punk radio ragtime reality record reggae reproduction rhythms rock music rock'n'roll Rolling Stones screen sense sexuality signs social society soul music sounds street structure style subcultures subsequent suggest Teddy boys teenage television Tin Pan Alley Trad jazz traditional transform urban visual working-class youth