Undoing Culture: Globalization, Postmodernism and Identity
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Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Written with the clarity and insight that readers have come to expect of Mike Featherstone Undoing Culture is a notable contribution to our understanding of modernism and postmodernism.
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It explores the formation and deformation of the cultural sphere and the effects on culture of globalization. Against many orthodox postmodernist accounts,the author argues that it is wrong to regard our present state of fragmentation and dislocation as an epochal break.
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Existing interdependencies and power balances are not so easily broken down. Nonetheless some important cultural changes have occurred since World War II.
Undoing Culture: Globalization, Postmodernism and Identity by Mike Featherstone
In particular, the book examines some of the processes which have uncoupled culture from the social; the erosion of the ideal of the heroic life in the face of the onslaught from consumerism and the deformation of culture; and the rise of new forms of identity development. It explains why culture has gained a more significant role in everyday life and also why it has come to preoccupy the Academy in recent years. Mike Featherstone looks at the effects of the multiplication of cultural goods and images on our ability to read culture and develop fixed meanings and relationships.