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The making of English popular culture / edited by John Storey
(Directions in cultural history)

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出版者 (Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge)
出版年 2016
大きさ 1 online resource (xiii, 234 pages)
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一般注記 1. "The man of penetration and the girl of capacity" : negotiating power in erotic culture / Jenny Skipp -- 2. "But it's more than a game. It's an institution" : cricket, class and Victorian Britain's imperial Englishness / Claire Westall -- 3. 'Drivel for dregs' : perceptions of class, race and gender in British music hall, 1850-1914 / Dave Huxley and David James -- 4. Reading historical photographs : class and gender in nineteenth-century images of Wigan pit brow women / Sarah Edge -- 5. Inventing the Victorian boy : S.O. Beeton's The boy's own magazine / Jochen Petzold -- 6. Accept no substitutions! : advertising, gender and "race" in constructions of the consumer in the nineteenth century / Allison Cavanagh -- 7. Liminal seaside? Working-class tourism in the nineteenth century / Robert Troschitz -- 8. Shocking readers : the genres of Victorian popular fiction, the classes and the book market / Ralf Schneider -- 9. Picturing adventure : popular fiction, illustration, and the British Empire, 1875-1914 / Ralph Crane and Lisa Fletcher -- 10. "For the benefit of old boys, young boys, odd boys generally, and even girls" : the irresistible rise of the British comic, 1884-1900 / Robert Shail -- 11. The spectacle of speech : Victorian popular lectures and mass print culture / Anne-Julia Zwierlein -- 12. "You ought to see my phonograph" : the visual wonder of recorded sound (1877-1900) / Elodie A. Roy -- 13. Class and the invention of tradition : the cases of Christmas, football, and folksong / John Storey -- 14. Ripping yarns : capturing (not catching) and constructing the myth of Jack the Ripper in nineteenth-century London / John Paul Green
"The Making of English Popular Culture provides an account of the making of popular culture in the nineteenth century. While a form of what we might describe as popular culture existed before this period, John Storey has assembled a collection that demonstrates how what we now think of as popular culture first emerged as a result of the enormous changes that accompanied the industrial revolution. Particularly significant are the technological changes that made the production of new forms of culture possible and the concentration of people in urban areas that created significant audiences for this new culture. Consisting of fourteen original chapters that cover diverse topics ranging from seaside holidays and the invention of Christmas tradition, to advertising, music and popular fiction, the collection aims to enhance our understanding of the relationship between culture and power, as explored through areas such as 'race', ethnicity, class, sexuality and gender. It also aims to encourage within cultural studies a renewed historical sense when engaging critically with popular culture by exploring the historical conditions surrounding the existence of popular texts and practices. Written in a highly accessible style The Making of English Popular Culture is an ideal text for undergraduates studying cultural and media studies, literary studies, cultural history and visual culture"--Provided by publisher
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著者標目 Storey, John 1950-
件 名 LCSH:Popular culture--England--History--19th century
LCSH:Social change--England--History--19th century
LCSH:Technological innovations--Social aspects--England--History--19th century
LCSH:Urbanization--Social aspects--England--History--19th century
LCSH:Power (Social sciences)--England--History--19th century
LCSH:England--Intellectual life--19th century
LCSH:England--Social conditions--19th century
LCSH:England--Social life and customs--19th century
分 類 LCC:DA110
DC:306.094209034
書誌ID 8000278757
ISBN 9781315720678
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