Understanding Richard Hoggart : a Pedagogy of Hope.
By: Bailey, Michael.
Contributor(s): Clarke, Ben | Walton, John K.Material type: BookPublisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2011Description: 1 online resource (231 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781444346572; 1444346571; 9781444346541; 1444346547; 9781405193023; 1405193026.Subject(s): Hoggart, Richard, 1918-2014 | Hoggart, Richard, 1918-2014 | Critics -- Great Britain -- Biography | Intellectuals -- Great Britain -- Biography | Hoggart, Richard, 1918- | Social Science | Literature | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Cultural Policy | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Popular Culture | Critics | Intellectuals | Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Biography.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Understanding Richard Hoggart : A Pedagogy of Hope.DDC classification: 306.092 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
1 Literature, Language, and Politics; The Uses of Literature; Hoggart in Context: Post-war Britain and the Leavises; The Language of 'Theory'; The Common Reader; Democratic Criticism; 2 The Politics of Autobiography; Cultural Studies and Autobiography; Generic Conventions; Representing Working-Class Lives; Situating the Critic; 3 Working-Class Intellectuals and Democratic Scholarship; Scholarship Boy; University Adult Education and the Varieties of Learning.
The Grammar School and Working-Class Education'Working-Class Intellectuals' and the 'Great Tradition'; 4 Cultural Studies and the Uses of History; History and Cultural Studies; Locating Richard Hoggart; Richard Hoggart and the Emergence of Social History; Historians and Richard Hoggart; 'Nostalgia', 'Romanticism', and 'Sentimentality': Recuperating Hoggart; 5 Media, Culture, and Society; The BBC and Society; The Emergence of Commercial Broadcasting and Pilkington; Diversity, Authority, and Quality; The Limits and Possibilities of Broadcasting in the Twenty-First Century.
6 Policy, Pedagogy, and IntellectualsAn International Servant; The Idea of University Adult Education; The Role of the Intellectual; Index.
With the resurgent interest in his work today, this is a timely reevaluation of this foundational figure in Cultural Studies, a critical but friendly review of both Hoggart's work and reputation. Re-examines the reputation of one of the & lsquo;inventors & rsquo; of Cultural StudiesUses new archival sources to critically evaluate Hoggart's contribution and influence, set his work in context, and determine its current relevanceAddresses detractors and their positions of Hoggart, delineating long-term ideological battles within academiaBrings cultural studies, literary criticism, and social history.
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