Feminist Theory and Cultural Studies: Cultural Studies in Practice

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The interaction of feminism with cultural studies has revolutionised both fields. Here, Sue Thornham traces the complex relationship between the two, examining the ways in which feminism has affected the key theoretical developments for the last thirty years and has influenced - and contested - the direction of cultural studies research. It examines the engagement of feminist theory with psychoanalysis and structuralism, with ethnographic research, with theories of cultural consumption, and with concepts of technology, the body and modernity. It offers an invaluable survey and assessment of the rich and varied literature around each of these topics, providing students with an admirable overview of the field and a firm basis for developed study within both areas.