AustroPop - a transcultural style and a product of cultural by Sonja Maier

By Sonja Maier

Seminar paper from the 12 months 2009 within the topic American reviews - tradition and utilized Geography, grade: 1, zero, collage of Vienna (Anglistik/Amerikanistik), direction: CSI: Vienna, language: English, summary: during this paper, i've got attempted to explain what a cultural transformation should be, utilizing Austropop as a particularly Austrian instance. For that, I first have rethought articles by means of Erward Larkey, Richard Wagnleitner and Gerd Gemünden. Their contributions and the serious category debates have been worthy with a purpose to comprehend cultural exchanges in a German conversing context. Going again in background and reconsidering the roots of yes advancements can make clear the explanations for his or her lifestyles, as relating to Austropop. hence, i've got additional a brief background of Austropop that focuses extra at the how and why than on its actors. In bankruptcy 3, i've got analyzed a selected Austropop artist and in comparison him to his American 'counterpart' and mentioned the variations, similarities and particularly novelties that got here to existence via a cultural exchange.

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