Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture: Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania

Gary Gang Xu (Editor), Vinay Dharwadker (Editor)

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Abstract

Discover popular funk musicians in Nigeria, and the Senegalese performers who use a rich mix of hip-hop, reggae, and techno to sing about village life and women's rights. Find out about Belgium's long tradition of comics and graphic novels. Learn about Iran's plans, amidst all of its problems with the West, to encourage tourism. Uncover the story behind manga magazines (or comic books), which sell upwards of several million copies every week in Japan. The wealth of information inside the Encyclopedia of World Popular Culture is sure to surprise even the most seasoned pop culture aficionado. Focusing on the cultural distinctiveness and diversity of the modern world, this six-volume reference is designed to meet the needs of today's multicultural classrooms and libraries. Thematic organization makes studying a broad range of topics-ranging from film and folk art to foods and fashions-ideal for students of American history and culture. Appealing to a wide range of audiences, the Encyclopedia of World Popular Culture gives readers quick access to the most intriguing countries of the world, all while offering critical insight into the influence of regional pop culture on contemporary societies over the past century.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationWestport
PublisherGreenwood Press
Number of pages448
Volume6
ISBN (Print)0313339562, 9780313339561
StatePublished - 2007

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Popular Culture
Oceania
Asia
Pop Culture
Women's Rights
Reader
Tourism
Modernity
Musicians
Manga
Nigeria
Surprise
Iran
Folk Art
American History
Funk
Performer
Wealth
Food
Japan

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Xu, G. G., & Dharwadker, V. (Eds.) (2007). Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture: Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture : Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania. / Xu, Gary Gang (Editor); Dharwadker, Vinay (Editor).

Westport : Greenwood Press, 2007. 448 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Xu, GG & Dharwadker, V (eds) 2007, Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture: Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania. vol. 6, Greenwood Press, Westport.
Xu GG, (ed.), Dharwadker V, (ed.). Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture: Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania. Westport: Greenwood Press, 2007. 448 p.
Xu, Gary Gang (Editor) ; Dharwadker, Vinay (Editor). / Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Popular culture : Vol. 6 Asia and Pacific Oceania. Westport : Greenwood Press, 2007. 448 p.
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