受容研究:文学理論からカルチュラル・スタディーズへ<br>Reception Study : From Literary Theory to Cultural Studies

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受容研究:文学理論からカルチュラル・スタディーズへ
Reception Study : From Literary Theory to Cultural Studies

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基本説明

This up-to-date selection of the most important published work lays out the principles of reception study and its major theoreticians, and shows how the method is being widely used in areas as varied as cultural studies, African-American studies, and the history of the book.

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Reception study is an important tool for understanding how readers encounter texts and absorb information. This up-to-date selection of the most important published work lays out the principles of reception study and its major theoreticians, and goes on to show how the method is being widely used in areas as varied as cultural studies, African-American studies, and the burgeoning field called the history of the book. This volume presents the only complete account of reception study today.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Introduction ix
I. THEORETICAL ACCOUNTS OF RECEPTION 1 (74)
``The Identity of the Poetic Text in the 7 (22)
Changing Horizon of Understanding''
Hans Robert Jauss
``Yet Once More'' 29 (10)
Stanley Fish
``Interpretation and Rhetorical Hermeneutics'' 39 (22)
Steven Mailloux
``Texts in History: The Determinations of 61 (14)
Readings and Their Texts''
Tony Bennett
II. LITERARY CRITICAL STUDIES OF RECEPTION 75 (80)
``1790'' 80 (25)
Gary Taylor
``Literary Theory and the Black Tradition'' 105(13)
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
``The Divine Miss Jane: Jane Austen, 118(15)
Janeites, and the Discipline of Novel Studies
Claudia L. Johnson
``Masterpiece Theater: The Politics of 133(22)
Hawthorne's Literary Reputation''
Jane Tompkins
III. RECEPTION STUDY AND THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK 155(48)
``First Steps Toward a History of Reading'' 160(20)
Robert Darnton
``Reading the Novel'' 180(23)
James Smith Allen
IV. RECEPTION STUDY, CULTURAL STUDIES, AND MASS 203(116)
COMMUNICATION
``Readers and Their Romances'' 213(33)
Janice Radway
``Madonna'' 246(13)
John Fiske
``Women Like Us: Working-Class Women Respond 259(23)
to Television Representations of Abortion''
Andrea Press
Elizabeth Cole
``Taboos and Totems: Cultural Meanings of the 282(12)
Silence of the Lambs''
Janet Staiger
``Economies of Value'' 294(25)
John Frow
V. LIMITATIONS AND DIFFICULTIES OF RECEPTION 319(26)
STUDY
``Reading and History'' 325(10)
Paul de Man
``The Discourse of Value'' 335(5)
John Guillory
``Confrontations with Radicalness'' 340(5)
Robert Holub
Bibliography: Reception Studies 345(44)
1. General Theories 345(7)
2. Texts and Authors 352(13)
3. History of the Book 365(4)
4. Texts, Genres, and Audiences in Mass and 369(20)
Popular Culture
Permissions 389(2)
Index 391