Vols. 1-32. Durham, 1988/89-2020. Partly reprint.
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- PUBLIC CULTURE explores major cultural changes taking place on the local and urban level as well as shifting trends in societies worldwide. Public Culture cultivates a "zone of contact where domains of culture encounter and contest each other." International in both scope and contributors, this journal includes research articles and essays on contemporary media, as well as on global social and political issues. Articles cover topics such as satellite broadcasting, cyberspace, immigration prisons, and ethnic violence (Katz).
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