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Newmann and Nexon (2006) identified four ways in which popular culture may be relevant to IR: popular culture as politics (causing and stemming from political events); popular culture as a mirror; popular culture as a source for data about norms, identities, and beliefs; and finally, popular culture as a constitutive factor (actually creating and re-creating social understandings). All four characterizations find expression in this volume, with the added dimension of popular culture as economics.
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