ERIC Number: ED039243
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Popular Culture and Curricula.
Browne, Ray B., Ed.; Ambrosetti, Ronald J., Ed.
The seven essays in this publication, including four read at the fall 1969 American Studies Association meeting, attempt to present both the nature of popular culture study and a guide for teachers of popular culture courses. Papers are (1) "Popular Culture: Notes toward a Definition" by Ray B. Browne; (2) "Can Popular Culture Save American Studies?" by Carol L. Bagley; (3) "Popular Culture Programs" by John G. Cawelti; (4) "The Use of Popular Arts in a Course in Popular Culture in America" by Fred E. H. Schroeder; (5) "Popular Culture in the Folklore Course" by Jan H. Brunvand; (6) "The Poop on Pop Pedagogy" by Arthur Asa Berger; and (7) "From Here to There: High School History, American Studies, Popular Culture" by Gerald A. Danzer. (JM)
Descriptors: American Culture, American History, Cultural Education, Culture, Curriculum Development, Fine Arts, Folk Culture, Humanities, Legends, Secondary Education, Teaching Methods, United States Literature
Bowling Green University Popular Press, University Hall, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 ($1.00)
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Authoring Institution: Popular Culture Association, Bowling Green, OH.