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Comparative cultural studies

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  1. the study of a culture and all of its products and processes with the focus being on the theory, method, and application of the study process(es) rather than on the "what" of the object(s) of study

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  2. The framework of Comparative cultural studies is built on the tenets of comparative literature and cultural studies as well as notions borrowed from a range of thought

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  3. This includes literary and culture theories, (radical) constructivism, communication theories, and systems theories

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  4. These are merged with selected tenets of cultural studies and performed in a contextual and relational construction, with a plurality of methods and approaches

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  5. does not exclude analysis or other established fields of study

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