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Trendy fascism. White power music and the future of democracy.

Author: Nancy S Love
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press 2016.
Series: SUNY series in new political science.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Popular music plays a major role in mobilizing citizens, especially youth, to fight for political causes. Yet the presence of music in politics receives relatively little attention from scholars, politicians, and citizens. White power music is no exception, despite its role in recent high-profile hate crimes. This is the first book to explore how contemporary white supremacists use popular music to teach hate and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy S Love
ISBN: 9781438462035 1438462034
OCLC Number: 957546682
Description: 267 pages.
Series Title: SUNY series in new political science.
Responsibility: Nancy S. Love.

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Popular music plays a major role in mobilizing citizens, especially youth, to fight for political causes. Yet the presence of music in politics receives relatively little attention from scholars, politicians, and citizens. White power music is no exception, despite its role in recent high-profile hate crimes. This is the first book to explore how contemporary white supremacists use popular music to teach hate and promote violence. Nancy S. Love focuses on how white power music supports?trendy fascism,? a neo-fascist aesthetic politics. Unlike classical fascism, trendy fascism involves a hyper-modern cultural politics that exploits social media to create a global white supremacist community. Three case studies examine different facets of the white power music scene: racist skinhead, neo-Nazi folk, and goth/metal. Together these cases illustrate how music has replaced traditional forms of public discourse to become the primary medium for conveying white supremacist ideology today. Written from the interdisciplinary perspective on culture, economics, and politics best described as critical theory, this book is crucial reading for everyone concerned about the future of democracy.

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