The Sociology of Culture

Paperback | August 15, 1995

byRaymond Williams

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Raymond Williams helped to establish the field of cultural sociology with "Marxism and Literature" and "Culture and Society." Continuing the work of those studies, "The Sociology of Culture" offers debate on the origin and evolution of culture. It defines sociology of culture as a convergence of various fields and explores ways in which culture is socially mediated.

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In this sequel to Culture and Society and Marxism and Literature, Williams pushes the comparative analysis if culture beyond the nostalgia for unity and community, beyond 'relative autonomy, ' and toward an autobiography of the cultural left.

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Raymond Williams helped to establish the field of cultural sociology with "Marxism and Literature" and "Culture and Society." Continuing the work of those studies, "The Sociology of Culture" offers debate on the origin and evolution of culture. It defines sociology of culture as a convergence of various fields and explores ways in whic...

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In this sequel to Culture and Society and Marxism and Literature, Williams pushes the comparative analysis if culture beyond the nostalgia for unity and community, beyond 'relative autonomy, ' and toward an autobiography of the cultural left.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:266 pages, 7.87 × 5.2 × 0.61 inPublished:August 15, 1995Publisher:University of Chicago Press

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ISBN - 10:0226899217

ISBN - 13:9780226899213

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In this sequel to Culture and Society and Marxism and Literature, Williams pushes the comparative analysis if culture beyond the nostalgia for unity and community, beyond 'relative autonomy, ' and toward an autobiography of the cultural left.