Miller, T. (2010) Culture+Labour=Precariat. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 7 (1). pp. 96-99.
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When I returned to graduate school after some years working for the media, business, and the state, I was surprised and delighted to encounter cultural, communication, and media studies * developments I had missed out on the first time round. They helped me to understand that my enjoyment of popular culture could be in a creative and illuminating tension with my epistemological and political beliefs, rather than just contradicting them…
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