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The participants to this 3rd quantity of the way Canadians converse concentrate on the query "What does Canadian pop culture need to say in regards to the construciton and negotiation of Canadian nationwide identity?" They express how pop culture is negotiated around the varied terrains the place a feeling of nationwide id is outfitted, through manufacturers and audiences, govt and undefined, background and geography, ethnicities, and citizenships. Canada does certainly have a favored tradition specific from different international locations, and those participants are out to end up it.
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24. Toby Miller, Cultural Citizenship: Cosmopolitanism, Consumerism, and Television in a Neoliberal Age. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2007). 25. Anderson 1998, 7. 26. For a robust discussion of the precariat, see the chapters by Briton and Miller in this volume. 27. , Slippery Pastimes: Reading the Popular in Canadian Culture (Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2002). 28. Geoff Pevere and Greig Dymond, Mondo Canuck: A Canadian Pop Culture Odyssey (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1996).
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0 are doggedly tied to nativist epistemologies that must be transcended. , Britain, and their academic satellites such as Israel and Australia, where effortless extrapolations from very limited experiences support totalizing theories and norms, due to the hegemony of English-language publishing and scholarly links to the warfare, welfare, and cultural bureaucracies. 0. 0 must blend ethnographic, political-economic, and aesthetic analyses in a global and local way, establishing links between the key areas of cultural production around the world (Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East) and diasporic/dispossessed communities engaged in their own cultural production (Native peoples, African and Asian diasporas, Latinos, and Middle-Eastern peoples).