In comparison to analyses of prose, poetry, drama, and film, examinations of cultural phenomena usually have to take into consideration a much wider variety of primary sources. The typical range of materials includes books, newspaper and journal articles, paintings, photographs, TV-shows, movies, advertisement, and internet pages, but fashion, food, music, architecture or other cultural products might be relevant sources, too, depending on your interest.
Wald, C. (2012)., Analyzing culture, in M. Middeke, T. Müller, C. Wald & H. Zapf (eds.), English and American studies, Stuttgart, Metzler, pp. 359-364.
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