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Unformatted text preview: %2FdoBasicSearch%3FQuery%3Dpopular%2Bculture%26x%3D0%26y %3D0&item=8&ttl=165673&returnArticleService=showArticle Those anthropologists who have focused on the work of cultural producers recognize that media and popular culture forms are anthropologically significant sites of the production and transformation of culture. the ways in which people use these forms and technologies to construct, articulate, and disseminate ideologies about identity, community, difference, nation, and politics, and with their impact on social relations, social formation, and social meanings. Anthropologists have suggested that these forms are instruments of indigenous ideologies (Sullivan, 1993, p.534)...
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- Summer '08