This book is an exciting collection of essays bringing together new perspectives on the nature and meaning of Australia's changing life. Authors represent a range of approaches, backgrounds and fields to explore subjects of wide interest. Chapters are devoted to: Vegemite; postage stamps; Australian Rules Football; the introduction of television; Crocodile Dundee; the Chamberlain Affair; Spycatcher and Postmodernism and Australian Culture.Kay Ferresa#39;s essay questions what is seen as an inherent masculinism in the intellectual traditions which have defined ... of more feminine cultural heritages and the potentially empowering experience of popular culture for Australian women.
|Title||:||Australian Popular Culture|
|Author||:||Ian Craven, Martin Gray, Geraldine Stoneham|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1994-04-29|