An introductory book that takes an interdisciplinary approach to political science and popular culture; the book would be useful for students of politics, as it provides an account of how they should include popular culture in their study of politics.
'By using both politics and popular culture as concepts, rather than anchoring his approach on particular meanings ... Street offers us a good introductory book that takes an interdisciplinary approach to political science and popular culture. This is an extremely useful book for students of politics, because it provides a good account of how they should take popular culture as a subject of politics. Street's book will also assist students studying popular culture by showing how popular culture texts are politically shaped in ways that merge production, texts and response.' Scope
Number Of Pages: 228
Published: 12th February 2018
Publisher: Polity Press
Country of Publication: GB