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Crusoe's Footprints: Cultural Studies in Britain and America (Primary Socialization, Language and)“Cultural Studies” has emerged in British and American higher education as a movement that challenges the traditional humanities and social science disciplines. Influenced by the New Left, feminism, and poststructualist literary theory, cultural studies seeks to analyze everday life and the social construction of “subjectivities.” Crusoe’s Footprints encompasses the movement of many colleges and universities in the 1960s towards such interdisciplinary and “radical” programs as American Studies, …

Crusoe's Footprints: Cultural Studies in Britain and America (Primary Socialization, Language and) by Patrick Brantlinger (1990-06-27)“Cultural Studies” has emerged in British and American higher education as a movement that challenges the traditional humanities and social science disciplines. Influenced by the New Left, feminism, and poststructualist literary theory, cultural studies seeks to analyze everday life and the social construction of “subjectivities.” Crusoe’s Footprints encompasses the movement of many colleges and universities in the 1960s towards such interdisciplinary and “radical” programs as American Studies, …

Crusoe's Footprints: Cultural Studies in Britain and America (Primary Socialization, Language and) by Brantlinger, Patrick (1990) Paperback“Cultural Studies” has emerged in British and American higher education as a movement that challenges the traditional humanities and social science disciplines. Influenced by the New Left, feminism, and poststructualist literary theory, cultural studies seeks to analyze everday life and the social construction of “subjectivities.” Crusoe’s Footprints encompasses the movement of many colleges and universities in the 1960s towards such interdisciplinary and “radical” programs as American Studies, …

Patrick Brantlinger: Crusoe's Footprints : Cultural Studies in Britain and America (Paperback); 1990 Edition“Cultural Studies” has emerged in British and American higher education as a movement that challenges the traditional humanities and social science disciplines. Influenced by the New Left, feminism, and poststructualist literary theory, cultural studies seeks to analyze everday life and the social construction of “subjectivities.” Crusoe’s Footprints encompasses the movement of many colleges and universities in the 1960s towards such interdisciplinary and “radical” programs as American Studies, …