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Resistance through rituals : youth subcultures in post-war Britain

Author: Stuart Hall; Tony Jefferson
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed., Rev. and expanded edView all editions and formats
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The work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at Birmingham has been noted as historically leading the field in new areas of enquiry within the field of cultural studies, and the papers from the Centre are canonical reading for many cultural studies students. This revised edition includes all the original, exceptional papers, and enhances these with the reflections of the editors thirty years after the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Hall; Tony Jefferson
ISBN: 0415324378 9780415324373 041532436X 9780415324366 9780203357057 0203357051
OCLC Number: 70106758
Description: xxxv, 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Subcultures, cultures and class / John Clarke ... [et al.] --
Some notes on the relationship between the societal control culture and the news media, and the construction of a law and order campaign / CCCS Mugging Group --
Cultural responses of the teds / Tony Jefferson --
The meaning of mod / Dick Hebdige --
The skinheads and the magical recovery of community / John Clarke --
Doing nothing / Paul Corrigan --
The cultural meaning of drug use / Paul E. Willis --
Ethnography through the looking-glass / Geoffrey Pearson and John Twohig --
Communes / Colin Webster --
Reggae, rastas and rudies / Dick Hebdige --
A strategy for living / Iain Chambers --
Structures, cultures and biographies / Chas Critcher --
Style / John Clarke --
Consciousness of class and consciousness of generation / Graham Murdock and Robin McCron --
Girls and subcultures / Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber --
A note on marginality / Rachel Powell and John Clarke --
The politics of youth culture / Paul Corrigan and Simon Frith --
Naturalistic research into subcultures and deviance / Brian Roberts --
The logic-of-enquiry of participant observation / Steve Butters.
Other Titles: Youth subcultures in post-war Britain
Responsibility: edited by Stuart Hall and Tony Jefferson.
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The work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at Birmingham has been noted as historically leading the field in new areas of enquiry within the field of cultural studies, and the papers from the Centre are canonical reading for many cultural studies students. This revised edition includes all the original, exceptional papers, and enhances these with the reflections of the editors thirty years after the original publication. At a time when youth culture had been widely publicised, but few people understood its significance as one of the most striking and visible manifestations of social and political change, these papers redressed the balance. Looking in detail at the wide range of post-war youth subcultures, from teds, mods and skinheads to black Rastafarians, Resistance through Rituals considers how youth culture reflects and reacts to cultural change. -- Publisher description.

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