Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. What is Culture?
Chapter 3. Alienating the Ideal
Chapter 4. Symbolic Representation
Chapter 5. Essential Identity
Chapter 6. Needs, Class and Identity
Chapter 7. Identity Management
Chapter 8. Symbolic Identity
Chapter 9. Art and Artifacts
Chapter 10. Consumer Culture Identity
Chapter 11. Paradigm, Parallax and Paradox
Chapter 12. Concluding Thoughts
About the Author
Audience: Faculty and graduate students in theses areas: Humanities colleges with departments of foreign languages and cultures; Arts (or letters) colleges with academic communication or communication studies departments; (Mass communication is a professional orientation and only a secondary audience.); Universities outside the USA with primarily English-language instruction, such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, South Africa, India; Universities outside the USA with international studies conducted in English, such as Taiwan, Korea, Japan, China, Macau.