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Stuart Hall's “Deconstructing the Popular”: Reconsiderations 30Years Later.
|Title||Stuart Hall's “Deconstructing the Popular”: Reconsiderations 30Years Later. ||Author(S)||Jayson. Harsin, (Author) |
|Abstract|| This introductory essay outlines some of the issues that surround contemporary engagements with the “popular” as a site of political struggle and change. This piece notes that in the 30years since Stuart Hall published his seminal essay, “Notes on Deconstructing the Popular,” the power relations that define the term as well as the way in which scholars study the popular have shifted in profound ways. The authors argue that, rather than simply equating the popular with popular culture, it is necessary to recognize that the popular is a contingent term that marks the possibility of constituting forms of collective agency and the potential for bringing about social. ...||Pagination||p 201-207|
|Journal Title||Communication , Culture & Critique|| || |
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