Culture and Society: An Introduction to Cultural Studies

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    Acknowledgements

    Thanks to Nick and Maria who helped enormously with the Brazilian music; to Eamonn, the heroic ideas pilot; to my three bright daughters; and to Marizi, who means more to me than any book could possibly fathom.

    Thanks to Ofra Koffman for reading draft chapters and to Chris and Mila from Sage for, among other things, being so patient. Also thanks – over the years – for discussion and advice from Suki Ali, Brian Alleyne, Andrew Barry, Vikki Bell, Chetan Bhatt, Kirsten Campbell, James Donald, Paul Filmer, Mariam Fraser, Azzedine Hadour, Stuart Hall, Kevin Hetherington, Christine Hine, Ian Hutchby, Alan Irwin, Chris Jenks, Jenny Kitzinger, Scott Lash, Celia Lury, Michael Lynch, Kate Nash, Sean Nixon, Dick Pels, Laura Peters, Baukje Prins, Michael Pryke, Paul Rixon, Vic Seidler, Frederick Vandenberghe, Valerie Walkerdine and Steve Woolgar.

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