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The Motor Car and Popular Culture in the Twentieth Century

The Motor Car and Popular Culture in the Twentieth Century by David Thoms
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This is a multidisciplinary analysis of the relationship between the motor car and popular culture in the 20th century, which brings together original essays by academics in the UK, North America and Australia. The contributors write from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives, including semiotics, social history, literary and film criticism, and musicology. Three main themes are addressed: the car as a cultural image; its impact on leisure and entertainment; and the cultural significance of the processes of manufacturing and selling cars.
Taylor and Francis; December 2016
320 pages; ISBN 9781351885461
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Title: The Motor Car and Popular Culture in the Twentieth Century
Author: David Thoms; Len Holden
 
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