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Beginning Postmodernism

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Beginning Postmodernism by Tim Woods
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'Postmodernism' became the buzzword of contemporary society in the 1990s. Yet, even now, it still remains confusing and baffling in its variety of definitions, contexts and associations. Beginning postmodernism aims to offer clear, accessible and step-by-step introductions to postmodernism across a wide range of subjects. It encourages readers to explore how the debates about postmodernism have emerged from basic philosophical and cultural ideas, and to develop comparative connections and ideas from one area to another. With its emphasis firmly on 'postmodernism in practice', the book contains questions designed to help readers understand and reflect upon a variety of positions within the following areas of contemporary culture: philosophy and cultural theory; architecture and concepts of space; visual art, sculpture and material culture; pupular culture and music; film, video and television; and the social sciences -- .

Author Biography

Tim Woods is Professor of English Literature and American Studies, and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Aberystwyth University.
Release date Australia
April 1st, 2010
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
2nd edition
Illustrations
Illustrations, black & white
Imprint
Manchester University Press
Pages
352
Series
Dimensions
129x198x28
ISBN-13
9780719079962
Product ID
3042114

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