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Communication perspectives on popular culture / edited by Andrew F. Herrmann and Art Herbig.

Publication:
Lanham : Lexington Books, [2016]
Format/Description:
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xxvi, 263 pages ; 24 cm.
Series:
Communication perspectives in popular culture
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Subjects:
Popular culture.
Mass media and culture.
Contents:
Introduction : not another pop culture series! Studying the world(s) we occupy
Queering popular culture
CultPopCulture : reconsidering the popular culture framework via the engage, adapt, and transform (EAT) model
"Saving people. Hunting things. The family business" : organizational communication approaches to popular culture
Who's the boss? : leadership in the popular imagination
In space . . . our worst will make us scream : reality reflected in the cultural artifact Alien
Music's pervasive and persuasive role in popular culture
Reflection and deflection : an approach to popular culture and politics
Public relations representations in popular culture : a "scandal" on primetime television
Critical rhetoric and popular culture : examining rhetoric's relationship to the popular
"Prison is bullshit" : an intersectional analysis of popular culture representations of the prison industrial complex in Orange is the new black
Polymediating the post : reclaiming feminism in popular culture
Thinking conjuncturally about countercultures
Rethinking studies of relationships and popular culture : notes on approach, method, and (meta)theory
Public opponents cooperating : possibilities for dialogue in popular culture controversies
"You don't know me" : portrayals of black fatherhood and husbandhood in T.I. and Tiny: the family hustle
Video gaming : aggressively social
Popular culture, pedagogy, and dialoguing difference : starting difficult conversations in the communication classroom.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Herrmann, Andrew F., 1966- editor.
Herbig, Art, 1977- editor.
Other format:
Online version: Communication perspectives on popular culture
ISBN:
9781498523929
1498523927
OCLC:
957134553