By Gary Burns
A better half to pop culture is a landmark survey of latest study in pop culture experiences that gives a finished and interesting creation to the field.
- Includes over dozen essays protecting the spectrum of pop culture reports from nutrients to folklore and from television to technology
- Features contributions from validated and up-and-coming students from a number disciplines
- Offers an in depth background of the examine of well known culture
- Balances new views at the politics of tradition with in-depth research of themes on the vanguard of pop culture studies
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