Why Is Contemporary Culture Becoming More Complicated?

Why Is Contemporary Culture Becoming More Complicated?
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Grant McCracken over on his TBSA anthropology/culture blog asks why popular culture has got so complicated. If our hectic of time poverty, attention deficiciency, and information overload, Grant wonders why...

Guy Brighton
  • 12 january 2006

Grant McCracken over on his TBSA anthropology/culture blog asks why popular culture has got so complicated. If our hectic of time poverty, attention deficiciency, and information overload, Grant wonders why there is a trend towards shows like 24 and Lost require a  amount of knowlege and analysis to follow. A fascinating point. Check Grant’s post via the link below and the hearty disucssion that follows.

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