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HUM130 Exam1 Study Guide

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HUM130 Exam1 Study Guide HUM 130

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This study guide includes all the need to know terms, and also some questions to think about while doing the term list.
Introduction to Cultural Studies
Cody Shaffer
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Culture, Semiotics, postmodernism, retail, Anthropology, method, Symbolic
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by je on Saturday September 10, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to HUM 130 at University of Northern Colorado taught by Cody Shaffer in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Cultural Studies in Humanities at University of Northern Colorado.


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Date Created: 09/10/16
Intro to Cultural Studies ­ Study Guide and Term List 1. Abduction: 2. Analysis: 3. Commodity Fetishism: 4. Connotation: 5. Denotation: 6. Cultural Mythology: 7. Dominant/Hegemonic Reading: 8. Fragmentation: 9. Gaze: 10. Iconic Sign: 11. Indexical Sign: 12. Interpellation: 13. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: 14. Mass Culture: 15. Popular/Folk Culture: 16. High/Low Culture: 17. Negotiated Reading: 18. Oppositional Reading: 19. Overdetermination: 20. Postmodernism: 21. Pseudoindividuality: 22. Retail Anthropology: 23. Semiotic Method: 24. Semiotics: 25. Sign: 26. Signified: 27. Symbolic Sign: 28. Visual Analyses: What terms are related to each other and in what ways?  What examples can you provide of the terms listed above? Review the reading from the textbook, and the main points and ideas that we got from each  essay.


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