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Essays in comparative popular culture : coffee, comics, and communication

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Title:Essays in comparative popular culture : coffee, comics, and communication
Authors:Kato, Hidetoshi
LC Subject Headings:Popular culture
Date Issued:Dec 1975
Publisher:Honolulu : East-West Communication Institute
Series:Papers of the East-West Communication Institute;no. 13
Abstract:The essays selected for this volume were presented to various conferences and seminars held at the East-West Communication Institute between 1973-1975. Though the themes and content of the essays are varied, they were chosen in order to emphasize two things: (1) that popular culture existed for centuries--long before the arrival of newer, sophisticated media--with amazing diversity from culture to culture; and that (2) popular culture has had a great importance and impact on the everyday life of common people in all cultures.
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Pages/Duration:v, 39 p.
Appears in Collections: Communication Institute. Papers

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