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Distinction in China - the rise of taste in cultural consumption

@inproceedings{Li2020DistinctionIC,
  title={Distinction in China - the rise of taste in cultural consumption},
  author={Gordon C Li},
  year={2020}
}
This research studies how cultural consumption draws cultural distinctions in the most developed megacities in China. This research examines the pattern of music consumption to examine distinction—which types of music are used, how they are used, who are using them, and what are the sources of those tastes. Although some theories, such as the cultural omnivore account, contend that the rise of contemporary pop culture implies a more open-minded pursuit of taste, this research argues that… Expand

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