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Communication and Culture
An Introduction


July 2000 | 280 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Communication and Culture introduces the key concepts and skills needed by students of communication studies, cultural studies, cultural studies and textual studies. From Saussure to Bourdieu, from Freud to Foucault, the authors outline a range of theoretical approaches to the study of communication and culture. Concepts are introduced in everyday contexts to demonstrate the essential skills of textual and visual analysis. The book focuses on the three primary systems of communication: spoken, written and visual. Examples are chosen from contemporary popular culture and common social and cultural practices in a range of media, including newspapers, magazines, television, film, politics, Internet discussions and ordinary speech.

 
Communication and Culture
 
Sign and Meaning
 
Cultural Literacies and Practices
 
Framing Contexts
 
Ideology
 
Subjectivity
 
Texts and Contexts
 
Speech Genres
 
Written Genres
 
Visual Mediums

Nice overview of primary concepts in cultural studies

Dr Maria Hegbloom
Communication Studies, Bridgewater State College
April 12, 2013

This is an excellent textbook. I have been using it for a year. I am very pleased and will continue to use it.

Elizabeth Lozano
Communication Dept, Loyola University - Lakeshore
December 24, 2012

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