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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Susan FastWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Frantz Fanon, Industrial Revolution, Raymond Williams

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They come from money and yet they portray a redneck kind of image aout themselves. Since george bush, politicians like rob ford have been successful. G
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Joanne LeowWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homo Economicus, Classical Liberalism, Monarchy Of The United Kingdom

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Systematic body of ideas belonging to a specific group of people. Social beliefs, practices, or values are represented as natural. Obscuring the comple
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Sherry SmithWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Viola Davis, Traffic Light, Semiotics

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Culture is not good or bad, black or white. Just because we critique things and must look critically, does not mean the things we critique are bad- the
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Susan FastWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hybridity, Blue-Collar Worker, Public Sphere

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Place is crucial to the understanding of culture; cultural life doesn"t take place in a vacuum. Arranging, managing, shaping, and transforming places i
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Joanne LeowWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Roland Barthes, Denotation, Refugees Of The Syrian Civil War

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Ien ang and chris barker definitions of culture. More than one meaning to word that is not static. The conceptual maps or mental representations we car
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Joanne LeowWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Idle No More, Extreme Poverty

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Just because race is a cultural concept, does not mean it is not real. Race is an unstable and decentered complex of transforming social meanings. Cana
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Joanne LeowWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Corporatization, Commodification, Neoliberalism

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Rethinking the human as a site of human interdependence. Ideologies are presented as natural and obscuring environment. Educators must abandon the educ
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Sherry SmithWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Uee, Auto-Tune, Kesha

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Lecture 15: the self-declared drunk slut and the labour of distorting sound and. ***discourse will be important on the exam. Shift away from post femin
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Susan FastWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conspicuous Consumption, Frankfurt School, Feministing

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More cultured": there is a distinct working-class way of life , culture is nor bourgeois culture. It is not solely one by one group. : for most people,
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Joanne LeowWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Buzzword

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Set of processes that have resulted in massive global changes over the last 20- 10 years, through the extension and strengthening of connections betwee
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Jordan SheridanSpring

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: The Stuff

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Lecture - the stuff of culture part iii - january 30, 2018. The (cid:862)ar(cid:271)itrari(cid:374)ess(cid:863) i(cid:374) sig(cid:374)s sho(cid:449) t
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MCMASTERCSCT 1CS3Sherry SmithWinter

CSCT 1CS3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Culture Jamming

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