|aThe uses of cultural studies :|ba textbook /|cAngela McRobbie.
|a211 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -203) and index.
|aIntroduction : privilege and delight -- Stuart Hall and the inventiveness of cultural studies -- Black and non-black : Gilroy's critique of racialised modernity -- No woman, no cry? : Judith Butler and the politics of post-feminist cultural studies -- Look back in anger : Homi Bhabha's resistant subject of colonial agency -- "Needs and norms" : Bourdieu and cultural studies -- Jameson's postmodernity : the politics of cultural capitalism -- Further materials I : a mixed bag of misfortune? : Bourdieu's Weight of the world -- Further materials II : Mother and fathers, who needs them? : Butler's Antigone.