`PC' so far
Tags: POPULAR culture
- Building bridges between the east and the west. Caplan, Betty // Asian Business Review;Jul95, p91
Features the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotion. Foundation history; Mission; Membership.
- High culture meets trash TV. Azhgikhina, Nadezhda // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Jan/Feb1993, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p42
Contends that freedom means that creative artists must now worry about marketability, as publishers look for marketable merchandise: 90 percent of all printed matter in Russia today consists of pirated translations of foreign science fiction, detective stories, erotic novels or popular editions....
- Television fiction, income reality. Malveaux, Julianna // Black Issues in Higher Education;11/13/97, Vol. 14 Issue 19, p32
Reports on the increase of popular culture at universities. Use of popular culture by professors in classes; Reference to income data released in a Census report.
- The way we were: 50s vs 80s. Goodman, S. // Current Health 2;Sep88, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p3
Compares the differences in lifestyles between the 1950s and 1980s. New emphasis on health, exercise and diet; Benefits.
- An address to the class of 1994. Kagan, D. // Commentary;Jan1991, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p47
Reflects on responsibilities inherent in a culture which is racially and ethnically diverse. Guard against bigotry but take pride in culture of forebears.
- How bazaar. Cryer, Anna // Harper's Bazaar;Jan93, Issue 3373, p23
Discusses new bazaar items and places to go. Fashion Brunch at Marion's Continental Restaurant and Lounge; AIDS Awareness Trading Cards; Forever England, 36 square feet of English countryside for sale, by Greener Gifts Ltd. in England; More.
- Pop culture, auto-canonized. Freedman, J. // Harper's Bazaar;Jan89, Issue 3325, p31
Essay. Pop culture is automatically being canonized, or raised to the level of high art. But this pop culture then defines the limits of art.
- Political Correctness and the Fear of Feminism. Digby III, T.F. // Humanist;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p7
Opinion. Argues that people opposed to political correctness (PC) are fortifying existing social practices against any sort of essential criticism. Squelching the voices of social critics; Foolish proposals by PC foe and presidential candidate Patrick J. Buchanan; Anti-feminist remarks by...
- The PC Police in the Mirror of History. O'Sullivan, G. // Humanist;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p17
Provides some useful historical perspective to the current political correctness/multiculturalism debate raging today. Fueled by waves of immigrants around the turn of the century; The writing of cultural conservative Irving Babbitt in the 1920s; Comparing Babbitt's views with current writer...
- A Question of Silence. Bader, J. // Humanist;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p47
Discusses why the ruling class--largely white, heterosexual, upper income, college-educated Christian males--are upset by the debate on political correctness and multiculturalism. The new realities; The new college texts and majors; The feeling that even the powers that be will gain from the...