Talk:Working class culture

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Proletarian culture[edit]

I've created a redirect to this article via Proletarian culture, and have wikilinked various pages that mentioned this term. However, there may be some error in this in some circumstances, and this could use review. It seems that some instances of "proletarian culture" are specifically referring to more Marxist-Leninist interpretations of it, and in other cases, specific organizations and platforms. For example, Proletarian Culture currently redirects to the organization Proletkult. — djr13 (talk) 18:41, 21 December 2012 (UTC)

Name change: "Working-class culture"?[edit]

Because "working class" is a compound adjective for the noun "culture", wouldn't it thus be appropriate to hyphen "working class"? Is so, I might move this to the more fitting title sometime. --Qwerty Binary (talk) 10:30, 12 February 2013 (UTC)