Postrnodernism and Popular Culture

@article{Mcrobbie1986PostrnodernismAP,
  title={Postrnodernism and Popular Culture},
  author={Angela Mcrobbie},
  journal={Journal of Communication Inquiry},
  year={1986},
  volume={10},
  pages={108 - 116}
}
Rather than stariing with a definition of postmoderuism as referring either to a condition of contemporary life, or a textual, aesthetic practice, I want to begin by suggesting that the recent debates on postmodernism possess both a positive attraction and a usefulness to the analyst of popular culture. This is because they offer a wider, and more dynamic, understanding of contemporary representation than other accounts to date. Unlike the various strands of structuralist criticism… Expand

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