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Classnotes - Teodor Adorno See notebook[midterm question 3:08:00 PM Ned Sublette(and your course textbook describes the Latin contributions to

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Teodor Adorno 19/02/2008 15:08:00 See notebook [midterm question] Ned Sublette (and your course textbook) describes the Latin contributions to  popular music in the U.S. He talks about it as “the elephant in the room” and the “other  great tradition” What exactly is he saying? Describe some specific examples and what,  if anything, does this perspective have to do with identity? Teodor Adorno- “On Popular Music” Theodor Ludwig Weisengrund Adorno German philosopher, of Jewish descent The univer. Of Frankfurt (Sociology/Philosophy) Forced into exile by the Nazis in 1933 Lived in England (1934-37) And later in the U.S. (1938-49) Leading member of “the Frankfurt School” “The Frankfurt School” (the Frankfurt school of social research) is sometimes  referred to as the Frankfurt school of Critical theory or more generally, as just “Critical  Theory” first to question and become suspicious of mass media afraid of the power of persuasion of mass media The Frankfurt School Theodor Adorno Max Horkheimer Jurgen Habermas Walter Benjamin
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COMM 201 taught by Professor Avantmier during the Spring '08 term at BC.

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Classnotes - Teodor Adorno See notebook[midterm question 3:08:00 PM Ned Sublette(and your course textbook describes the Latin contributions to

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