Popular Culture: 1980-1999 by Jilly Hunt
  

Popular Culture: 1980-1999

Written by Jilly Hunt
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Part of the A History of Popular Culture Series

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

Popular Culture: 1980-1999 by Jilly Hunt

What was the impact of hip-hop on pop culture? Who were the New Romantics? And what was Grunge all about? Thatcher and Reagan, Blair and Clinton, politics played a role in the popular culture of the era, while new technology led to video game arcades popping up anywhere teenagers might be lurking. This was the time when early game consoles found their way into many homes, as did the records, cassette tapes, and compact disks of Madonna, Michael Jackson, Prince, and U2.

About the Author

Jilly Hunt has over 15 years experience of educational publishing. Formerly an editor for Pearson, Jilly is now a freelance children's writer and editor. She has written more than 15 non-fiction books for children and young adults. She graduated from Oxford Brookes University with BA Honours in Publishing and History of Art. She now lives in Oxfordshire with her husband two small children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 11

Author

Jilly Hunt
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Publisher

Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
www.raintreepublishers.co.u...

Publication date

7th November 2013

ISBN

9781406240313


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