現代フランス文化における大衆性のイメージ<br>Imagining the Popular in Contemporary French Culture

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現代フランス文化における大衆性のイメージ
Imagining the Popular in Contemporary French Culture

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 254 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719078163
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基本説明

Represents the first theoretically informed study of the way that popular culture is lived, imagined, fought over and negotiated in modern and contemporary France.

Full Description


This groundbreaking book is about what 'popular culture' means in France, and how the term's shifting meanings have been negotiated and contested. It represents the first theoretically informed study of the way that popular culture is lived, imagined, fought over and negotiated in modern and contemporary France.It covers a wide range of overarching concerns: the roles of state policy, the market, political ideologies, changing social contexts and new technologies in the construction of the popular. But it also provides a set of specific case studies showing how popular songs, stories, films, TV programmes and language styles have become indispensable elements of 'culture' in France. Deploying yet also rethinking a 'Cultural Studies' approach to the popular, the book therefore challenges dominant views of what French culture really means today. -- .

Table of Contents

Figures and table                                  vi
Notes on contributors vii
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction. Imagining the popular: highbrow, 1 (15)
lowbrow, middlebrow
Diana Holmes
David Looseley
1 Politics and pleasure: inventing popular 16 (31)
culture in contemporary France
David Looseley
2 Authenticity and appropriation: a discursive 47 (38)
history of French popular music
David Looseley
3 The mimetic prejudice: the popular novel in 85 (38)
France
Diana Holmes
4 Why popular films are popular: 123(39)
identification, imitation and critical
mortification
David Platten
5 French television: negotiating the national 162(32)
popular
Lucy Mazdon
6 Social and linguistic change in French: does 194(36)
popular culture mean popular language?
Nigel Armstrong
Conclusion 230(5)
Diana Holmes
David Looseley
Bibliography 235(12)
Index 247