Negotiating Cultural Spaces
Negotiating Cultural Spaces suggests readers examine the social context of unfamiliar texts by purposefully reflecting on the flow of diverse perspectives and behaviors within sub-cultures.
Begin this path: Negotiating Cultural Spaces
- 3.1 Point of View (POV)
- 3.2 Negotiation and Social Norms
- 3.3 The Norms of the School Cafeteria
- 3.4 Two Approaches to Culture
- 3.5 Negotiating Cultural Difference in the Language of 'Moby-Dick: Then and Now'
- 3.6 Thinking about Subcultures
- 3.7 "Cosplay" as a Subcultural Practice
- 3.8 Multiculturalism and Subculture in 'Moby-Dick:Then and Now'
- 3.9 "Negotiation Spaces" in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End'
- 3.10 Scene Analysis: Quarterdeck as Negotiation Space in 'Moby-Dick' (1998)
- 3.11 Remix as Negotation
- 3.12 The Cultural Value of Violence
- 3.13 Smeagol vs. Deagol - Questions to Ask about the Fictional Representations of Violence [1 / 2]
- 3.14 Smeagol vs. Deagol - Questions to Ask about the Fictional Representations of Violence [2 / 2]
- 3.15 Critically Interrogating An Especially Violent Scene in 'The Hunger Games'