Globalisation , Culture and Lifestyle. Seminar Four: Postmodernism and Culture. Key Lessons from the Lecture. Postmodernism is incredibly difficult to define but links to social processes and cultural forms Incredulity to meta-narratives and the collapse of certainty and boundaries
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Seminar Four: Postmodernism and Culture
Postmodernism is incredibly difficult to define but links to social processes and cultural forms
Incredulity to meta-narratives and the collapse of certainty and boundaries
Identity is much more fluid and less stable
All style and no substance?
With so much choice do we actually crave stability?
Nostalgia refers to a longing for the past. It is usually sentimental and relates to what was seen to be a happier/simpler time
We see nostalgic references in many areas of postmodern society
We can see examples of nostalgia in many areas of postmodern life
Can you identify examples of this within the events and entertainment industries
Why do you think we are so attracted to cultural references from the past?
Kitsch can be defined as art, objects, or design considered to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, but sometimes appreciated in an ironic or knowing way
Seen to be in poor taste but attractive nonetheless