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Understanding popular music culture

Author: Roy Shuker
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book   Computer File : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Focusing on the variety of genres that make up pop music, Roy Shuker explores key subjects which shape our experience of music such as music production, the music industry, music policy, fans, audiences and subcultures.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roy Shuker
ISBN: 9780415517133 0415517133 9780415517171 0415517176
OCLC Number: 774497861
Notes: New Zealand author.
Description: vi, 282 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 'Every 1's a winner' : music as a cultural industry --
'Pump up the volume' : music and technology --
'I'm just a singer' : making music and the success continuum --
'So you want to be a rock 'n' roll star' : auteurs and stars --
'Message understood' : textual analysis and popular musicology --
'It's just rock 'n' roll to me' : genre, authenticity, and the canon --
'Shop around' : marketing and mediation --
'U got the look' : from film to video games : music and pictures --
'On the cover of The Rolling Stone' : the music press --
'My generation' : identity and consumption : audiences, fans, and social networks --
'Sound of our town' : subcultures, sounds, and scenes --
'Revolution' : social change, conscience rock, and identity politics --
'Pushin' too hard' : moral panics --
'We are the world' : state music policy. Introduction: 'What's going on': studying popular music culture --
'Every 1's a winner' : the music industry and the record companies --
'Pump up the volume' : music and technology --
'I'm just a singer' : making music, the rock musician and the success continuum --
'So you want to be a rock 'n' roll star' : auteurs and stars --
'Message understood' : textual analysis and popular musicology --
'It's still rock 'n' roll to me' : genre, authenticity, and the canon --
'Shop around' : marketing and mediation --
'U got the look' : from film to video games : music and pictures --
'On the cover of The Rolling Stone' : the music press --
'My generation' : identity and consumption : audiences, fans, and social networks --
'Sound of our town' : subcultures, sounds, and scenes --
'Revolution' : social change, conscience rock, and identity politics --
'Pushin' too hard' : moral panics --
'We are the world' : state music policy --
Conclusion: 'Wrap it up': popular music studies and cultural meaning.
Responsibility: Roy Shuker.
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Focusing on the variety of genres that make up pop music, Roy Shuker explores key subjects which shape our experience of music such as music production, the music industry, music policy, fans, audiences and subcultures.

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