In Interplay: Communication, Memory, and Media in the United States, James F. Mc Donald creates a multilayered work of contemporary cultural studies. Ostensibly a cultural/historical examination of the United States, McDonald presents his theses through an unusual metaphorical framework combining creativity and scientific rigor. The US then becomes the context for a larger effort to combine Anglo-American cultural studies methodology with Continental theories rooted in rationalistic academic traditions. Interplay is therefore text of considerable scientific value presented in an eminently readable form, certain to have broad appeal among casual readers, students of culture an anyone wishing to gain a nuanced understanding of US culture.Weniger lesen
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