澳洲代写被查:对高雅和流行文化的理解

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澳洲代写被查:对高雅和流行文化的理解

“高雅”和流行文化的某些方面存在不确定性;它们是否固定。威廉·莎士比亚的作品被认为来自大众文化或大众戏剧;然而,它并不是高雅文化的缩影。作者认为,流行文化与后现代主义有关。它在工业革命后变得很突出。此外,“文化”是“历史上可变的”,不同的理论视角聚焦于它的不同元素”(第14页)。在历史上,流行文化是当权者关注的话题,因为在他们看来,这种文化会带来社会的不稳定。Storey,进一步分析Matthew Arnold的工作,他认为文化是“世界上被认为和说过的最好的东西,是鼓励理性和激发人性最好的东西”(第18页)。

澳洲代写被查:对高雅和流行文化的理解
流行文化是一个永远无法完全定义的主题。不同的学者对流行文化的定义有不同的看法。故事通过马克思主义的观点来解释文化。作者认为马克思主义的观点对美国传播学研究有很大的影响。第二次世界大战后,“大众文化”起源于美国社会。根据马克思主义的方法,“文化坚持文本和实践必须根据它们的历史生产条件(在某些版本中,还有它们的消费和接受条件的变化)来分析”(第59页)。历史与文化相联系的概念使马克思主义者的研究方法有别于其他的(Williams, 1991)。

澳洲代写被查:对高雅和流行文化的理解

There is uncertainty about the aspects of the ‘high’ and popular culture; whether they are fixed or not. The works of William Shakespeare were considered to be from popular culture or the popular theater; however, it is not the epitome of the high culture. According to the author, popular culture is associated with postmodernism. It became prominent after the Industrial Revolution. Furthermore, “culture is “historically variable” and different theoretical perspectives have focused on different elements of it” (p. 14).Historically, popular culture was a subject of concern for the people in power, as according to them such culture brings social destabilization. Storey, further analysis the work of Matthew Arnold, who states that culture is something, which is “the best that has been thought and said in the world and that which encourages reason and brings out the best in humanity” (p. 18).

澳洲代写被查:对高雅和流行文化的理解
Popular culture is a subject, which could never be completely defined. Different scholars have different perspectives about the definition of the popular culture. Story explains Culture through Marxists view. Author explains that Marxists perspective have a great influence on the American communication studies. After the second world war, ‘mass culture’ originated in the society of America. According to the Marxists approach “culture insists that texts and practices must be analyzed in relation to their historical conditions of production (and in some versions, the changing conditions of their consumption and reception)” (p. 59). The concept of history being associated with culture makes the Marxists approach different from other (Williams, 1991).