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Cultures in Conflict / Conflicting Cultures


Cultures in Conflict / Conflicting Cultures. Edited by: Ljungberg, C; Klarer, M (2013). Tübingen: Narr.

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Cultures in Conflict / Conflicting Cultures looks at the tensions and disputes that pervade American culture. Focusing primarily on various structural areas of confrontation, the essays in this collection explore the diverse forms of artistic expression these conflicts take in photography, film, television, digital technologies, and advertising.

Abstract

Cultures in Conflict / Conflicting Cultures looks at the tensions and disputes that pervade American culture. Focusing primarily on various structural areas of confrontation, the essays in this collection explore the diverse forms of artistic expression these conflicts take in photography, film, television, digital technologies, and advertising.

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Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > English Department
Dewey Decimal Classification:820 English & Old English literatures
Language:English
Date:2013
Deposited On:24 Jan 2014 13:36
Last Modified:06 Apr 2017 16:12
Publisher:Narr
Series Name:SPELL - Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature
Volume:29
Number of Pages:209
ISBN:978-3-8233-6829-8
Related URLs:http://www.narr-shop.de/index.php/cultures-in-conflict-conflicting-cultures.html (Publisher)

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