Disrupted death ceremonies: Popular culture and the ethnography of Bali
Warren, C. (1993) Disrupted death ceremonies: Popular culture and the ethnography of Bali. Oceania, 64 (1). pp. 36-56.
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Stimulated by the theoretical work on popular culture of Gramsci and Bakhtin, the revision of elite-centered interpretation has become the subject of pioneering research over the last several decades. Social historians, cultural marxists and textual critics have attempted to redress the silence of the anonymous and the stereotyped masses previously granted only a derivative place as backdrop to the stories of heroes and kings or elite revolutionaries...
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