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From Acid Jazz to Peter Sellers, a quick-take who's who of British pop cultureFrom the Swinging 60s and the mods, from the seventies and the punks to Generation E, Britpop and Cool Britain--the past 50 years have seen a steady stream of world-sweeping movements, trends, and styles come out of the British Isles.

In this hip, fast-paced look at who's who and what's what of Br
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Paperback, 448 pages
Published September 6th 2001 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published February 1st 2000)
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Dr Andrew Calcutt is the 'hackademic' (former journalist turned academic) who left Channel Cyberia (one of the earliest online magazines in the UK) to set up the University of East London's first journalism programme (BA Journalism and Print Media.) His academic career is as old as UEL's Docklands Campus, which opened in 1999.
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