A Bibliography of Popular Culture Research

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The following is a fairly eclectic and sprawling list of research resources. Many are seminal works in Popular Culture in general, some are specifically focused on some aspect of Popular Culture while others are only indirectly germane, yet were included here since they provide the tools or frameworks that facilitate research in the field. If you feel that something should be added, please contact Joe or Houman and they will act on your suggestion if possible.

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