Journal of Popular Culture

Print: 2000 to 2004
On campus online:
ProQuest: Full text coverage: Winter 1988 (Volume 22, Issue 3) - current

Off campus

Website: The popular culture movement was founded on the principle that the perspectives and experiences of common folk offer compelling insights into the social world. The fabric of human social life is not merely the art deemed worthy to hang in museums, the books that have won literary prizes or been named "classics," or the religious and social ceremonies carried out by societies' elite. The Journal of Popular Culture continues to break down the barriers between so-called "low" and "high" culture and focuses on filling in the gaps that a neglect of popular culture has left in our understanding of the workings of society.

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