Higgins, Michael (2010) The Cambridge companion to modern British culture. Cambridge Companions to Culture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521683463Full text not available in this repository.
British culture today is the product of a shifting combination of tradition and experimentation, national identity and regional and ethnic diversity. These distinctive tensions are expressed in a range of cultural arenas, such as art, sport, journalism, fashion, education, and race. This Companion addresses these and other major aspects of British culture, and offers a sophisticated understanding of what it means to study and think about the diverse cultural landscapes of contemporary Britain. Each contributor looks at the language through which culture is formed and expressed, the political and institutional trends that shape culture, and at the role of culture in daily life. This interesting and informative account of modern British culture embraces controversy and debate, and never loses sight of the fact that Britain and Britishness must always be understood in relation to the increasingly international context of globalisation.
|Keywords:||culture, english studies, History of education, Communities. Classes. Races, Great Britain, Theory and practice of education, Human ecology. Anthropogeography, Music, English literature, Arts in general|
|Subjects:||Education > History of education|
Social Sciences > Communities. Classes. Races
Political Science > Political institutions (Europe) > Great Britain
Education > Theory and practice of education
Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > Human ecology. Anthropogeography
Music and Books on Music > Music
Language and Literature > English literature
Fine Arts > Arts in general
|Department:||Faculty of Humanities And Social Sciences > Journalism|
|Depositing user:||Mrs Tereza McLaughlin-Vanova|
|Date Deposited:||29 Jun 2010 15:51|
|Last modified:||04 Oct 2012 16:50|
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