British Cultureenables students of British society to understand and enjoy a fascinating range of contemporary arts through an examination of current trends, such as the influence of business and commerce, the effects of globalization and the spread of digital communications. This new edition features:
fully revised and updated chapters analyzing a range of key areas within British culture
new chapters on cyberculture, heritage and festivals
extracts from novels and plays.
This student-friendly edition also strengthens reading and study skills through follow-up activities, weblinks and suggestions for further research.
David P. Christopher's book is an engaging analysis of contemporary life and arts and, together with its companion website (www.routledge.com/cw/christopher), is essential reading for every student of modern Britain.
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