Table of contents for Pop culture Germany! : media, arts, and lifestyle / Catherine C. Fraser, Dierk O. Hoffmann, and Angelika Weiss.

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Contents
Preface
Chronology
Introduction
1. The Germans Ambivalent Attitude toward their Nation and their Past
Overcoming Regionalism?
Coming to Terms with the Past?
From Two to One
2. German Idiosyncracies
Language, Script, and Gestures
Stereotypes and Prejudices
Symbols and Memorials
Health Issues and Sexuality
3. Official Organizational Structures
The Social Net
The Legal System
The Political System
Educational System
The German Army
Role of Religion
4. Social Aspects
Lifestyle and Fashion
Youth Culture and the World of Intellectuals
Gender Equality
Multicultural Society
From the "gutbürgerliche Küche" (Home Cooking) to International Cuisine
5. Leisure
Activities and Clubs
Holidays and Local Festivals
Vacations and Travel
Sports
6. Print Media
Publishers
The Press
Popular and Belletristic Literature, Dime Novels and Comics
7. Other Media
Radio and Television
Film
Internet
Advertising
Celebrities
8. The Performing Arts
Theater and Dance
Music
9. Visual Arts and Architecture
Visual Arts
City Planning and Architecture
10. Production and Consumption
Innovation and Production
From 'Tante Emma Laden' to Shopping Mall
Consumer Culture versus Green Awareness
Communication
Public and Private Transportation
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Popular culture -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- Civilization -- 20th century.