In his handbook (1995), Arthur Asa Berger points out that cultural criticism is best understood as an activity rather than a system. In its broadest terms, cultural criticism is the study of culture in all of its forms—literary, political, sociological, economic, moral, and religious. The history of cultural criticism from the nineteenth century to the twenty-first century reveals that the role of the cultural critic has changed radically, in part because the term “culture” has had and... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia of Literature, 2019. 5p.