Anticapitalism and culture: radical theory and popular politics

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Gilbert, J. 2011. Anticapitalism and culture: radical theory and popular politics. London Berg.
AuthorsGilbert, J.
Abstract

Anticapitalism and Culture argues that there is a strong relationship between the radical tradition of cultural studies and the new political movements which try to resist corporate globalization. Indeed, the two need each other: whilst theory can shape and direct the huge diversity of anticapitalist activism, the energy and sheer political engagement of the anticapitalist movement can breathe new life into cultural studies.

KeywordsAnti-globalization movement; Capitalism; Globalization; Liberalism
Year2011
PublisherBerg
Publication dates
Print28 Oct 2011
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Deposited28 Oct 2011
Place of publicationLondon
Series Cullture Machine Series
ISBN9781845202309
9781845202293
9781847886026
ISSN1743–6176
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1330
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CC BY-ND
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