Journal of Applied Cultural Studies

Vol 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Man in a World of Values. What is Applied Cultural Studies? PDF
Przemysław Rotengruber 7-16
The Xenogamous Nature of Cultural Studies PDF
Wojciech J. Burszta 17-30
After the End of Theory. Why do Cultural Studies need to be Reinvented? PDF
Rafał Ilnicki 31-38
The Time of Paradox. A Time of Redefinition PDF
Maciej Dudziak 39-46
Ethical Host, Prudent Host. Can You Steal from a Thief? PDF
Przemysław Rotengruber 47-56
Happy Together or Happy Alone? The Tension between the Market and the Family in the Context of Culture PDF
Michał A. Michalski 57-80
Europe not for all? Romani Immigrants in Western European Countries PDF
Joanna Talewicz-Kwiatkowska 81-98
The Copernican Hypotheses Part 1 PDF
Stephen Dersley 99-108
The Copernican Hypotheses Part 2 PDF
Stephen Dersley 109-128
Reading Taboos as Allegory in O. V. Vijayan’s The Saga of Dharmapuri PDF
Ravindra Pratap Singh 129-136
Semiotics of Tobacco: the Case of Runeberg’s Pipe PDF
Mika Hallila 137-150
Comparative Literature in Classroom: A Model PDF
Ravindra Pratap Singh 151-160

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