German Cultural Studies and Cultural Sociology: Connections and Interactions.


  • Mohsin Khan PhD Scholar Department of strategic National University of Sciences & Technology
  • Rihab Arif MS Scholar of University of Peshawar, Pakistan
  • Madiha Inayat MS Scholar Department Social Science Lahore University of Management Sciences


German cultural studies has evolved during the past three decades, with new perspectives emerging in response to and in contrast with those of other disciplines, including literary studies, ethnology, anthropology, sociology, and cultural sociology. Because of its
multidisciplinary nature, German cultural studies have experienced these shifts and frictions. One reason for this is the academic community's growing fascination with cultural studies and the methods it uses to analyze celebrity culture, mass media, and common
practices. However, there are still holes in the humanities and social sciences, therefore the results of cultural studies are contested and not universally accepted. This talk will center on the perspectives and applications of cultural studies professionals and cultural sociologists. I'll also talk about how conflicts and cultural transformations are often used as themes in cultural studies, and how that may be used to show how inextricably linked politics and culture are.

Keywords-Media and Cultural Studies; Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research; Cultural Sociology; the
Study of the Humanities.




How to Cite

Mohsin Khan, Rihab Arif, & Madiha Inayat. (2024). German Cultural Studies and Cultural Sociology: Connections and Interactions. Social Science Review Archives, 1(4), 11–20. Retrieved from