ABSTRACT

First Published in 1981. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

part |176 pages

Part One

chapter |5 pages

Introduction

ByBernard Waites, Tony Bennett, Graham Martin

chapter 1|27 pages

Popular Recreations Under Attack

ByRobert Malcolmson

chapter 2|19 pages

Class Consciousness: The Radical Culture

ByEdward Thompson

chapter 3|26 pages

Class and Leisure in Mid-Victorian England

ByHugh Cunningham

chapter 5|11 pages

Wells as the Turning Point of the SF Tradition

ByDarko Suvin

chapter 8|28 pages

Serving the Nation: Public Service Broadcasting Before the War

ByPaddy Scannell, David Cardiff

part |134 pages

Part Two

chapter |3 pages

Introduction

ByBernard Waites, Tony Bennett, Graham Martin

chapter 9|25 pages

Towards a Cartography of Taste 1935–1962

ByDick Hebdige

chapter 10|23 pages

Football Since the War

ByChas Critcher

chapter 11|21 pages

The Narrative Structure in Fleming

ByUmberto Eco

chapter 12|21 pages

Jackie: An Ideology of Adolescent Femininity

ByAngela McRobbie

chapter 13|10 pages

The Motor-Bike and Motor-Bike Culture

ByPaul Willis

chapter 14|14 pages

Confections, Concoctions and Conceptions

ByAllison James

chapter 15|15 pages

The Cold War in Science Fiction, 1940–1960

ByT. Shippey