“We need to see popular culture as truly contradictory— not in some glib sense as meaning merely ‘complicated,’ but in the more precise sense that it works politically through disunity, at a number of levels, any or all of which might be in operation at different times, in different places, and in relation to different consumers.”

— Andrew Goodwin, Dancing in the Distraction Factory (175)

“We need to see popular culture as truly contradictory— not in some glib sense as meaning merely ‘complicated,’ but in the more precise sense that it works politically through disunity, at a number of levels, any or all of which might be in operation at different times, in different places, and in relation to different consumers.”

— Andrew Goodwin, Dancing in the Distraction Factory (175)

katiedidnt: preliminal: working through disunity