Book Review

Trajectories and Themes in World Popular Music: Globalization, Capitalism, Identity by Simone Krüger Bridge. Equinox, 2018.

Ali C. Gedik
Pages 253-258| Published online: 27 Jan 2022

Gedik, Ali Cenk. 2022. “Trajectories and Themes in World Popular Music: Globalization, Capitalism, Identity by Simone Krüger Bridge. Equinox, 2018.” Marxism & Sciences 1(1):253–258.

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