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Double standards in cultural judgements

By Alan McKee

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The author, a teacher of television and film from a cultural studies perspective, endeavours to persuade his students to give up snobbery when they judge culture. The author has found that most students enter university with a series of middle class value judgements very strongly in place. Essentially, the judgements are that commercial culture is 'bad' and non-commercial culture is 'good'

Topics: 139900 OTHER EDUCATION, dominant discourses, commercial culture, non-commercial culture
Publisher: Australian Teachers of Media and the Australian Film Commission
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:41371
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