For over 50 years, Cultural Studies has been at the heart of the social science we publish at Sage. From Stuart Hall’s classic Representation, to Angela McRobbie’s acclaimed The Aftermath of Feminism, to Chris Barker’s international bestseller Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice, we publish critical and engaging books for students and scholars alike.
Our books sit alongside a world class journal collection, providing high quality, peer-reviewed, cutting edge content covering a whole range of topics from consumer culture, through games and culture and material culture and more.
A favourite with both students and researchers, How to Do Media and Cultural Studies provides you with all the knowledge and practical expertise you need to carry out your project or dissertation, this book:
European Journal of Cultural Studies
European Journal of Cultural Studies is a major international, peer-reviewed journal founded in Europe and edited from Finland, the Netherlands, the UK, the United States and New Zealand. The journal promotes a conception of cultural studies rooted in lived experience. It adopts a broad-ranging view of cultural studies, charting new questions and new research, and mapping the transformation of cultural studies in the years to come.
For many, Social Media are the first things to look at upon waking and the last thing to do before sleeping. Integrated seamlessly into our private and public lives, they entertain, inform, connect (and sometimes disconnect) us. They’re more than just social though. In addition to our experiences as everyday users, understanding social media also means asking questions about our society, our culture and our economy.
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There are over 130 hours in the full Media, Communication & Cultural Studies Video collection, to support your teaching and your students’ learning.
How do media ‘make’ race? How do legacies of empire shape understandings of race & media? How does racism structure the media industries? Is the internet an inherently white space?
Understanding the relationship between race, culture and media has never been more important. From the demonisation of Muslims to rampant new forms of racism on digital platforms, media are central to understanding how race is both constructed and experienced in everyday life.
Cultural Studies:Theory and Practice
The indispensable guide to studying culture for generations of students, this text has now more on digital media culture and is re-written with a new co-author.