Banality in Cultural Studies

Banality in Cultural Studies Morris exposes the cultural studies delusion The scope of cultural studies which has the potential of encompassing almost every aspect of human life and sciences is reduced to merely investigating tri

  • Title: Banality in Cultural Studies
  • Author: Meaghan Morris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 469
  • Format: ebook
  • Morris exposes the cultural studies delusion The scope of cultural studies which has the potential of encompassing almost every aspect of human life and sciences is reduced to merely investigating trivialities of everyday life which may be due to hidden forces that wish the discipline of cultural studies remains astray from its natural inquiry.

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    1. Meaghan Morris’ paper is par excellence a postmodern interpretation of ‘ cultural studies’. What she basically did is she applied Jean Baudrillard’s theory of media to the current state of ‘cultural studies’. Baudrillard’s theory of media effects and culture is a theory that redefines reality in the postmodern era. Reality nowadays is, according to Baudrillard, anything that can be simulated. Because media has the potential of reduplicating reality and presenting it to the masses i [...]

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