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The post-subcultures reader

Author: David Muggleton; Rupert Weinzierl
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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From Seattle anarchist punks to UK Asian underground music, Canadian female "X-Files" fans to Australian dance cultures, this book draws on a variety of international case studies to investigate the  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Muggleton; Rupert Weinzierl
ISBN: 1859736637 9781859736630 1859736688 9781859736685
OCLC Number: 53006775
Description: xii, 324 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: What is 'post-subcultural studies' anyway? / Rupert Weinzierl and David Muggleton --
Tastefully renovating subcultural theory : making space for a new model / Geoff Stahl --
Image, body and performativity : the constitution of subcultural practice in the globalized world of pop / Gabriele Klein --
'Oh bondage, up yours!' Or here's three chords, now form a band : punk, masochism, skin, anaclisis, defacement / David Bloustien --
Post-rave technotribalism and the carnival of protest / Graham St John --
Bridging the micro-macro gap : is there such a thing as a post-subcultural politics? / Oliver Marchart --
Unlearning to raver : techno-party as the contact zone in trans-local formations / Toshiya Ueno --
Constructing 'neo-tribal' identities through dress : modern primitives and body modifications / Theresa M. Winge --
Between criminal and political deviance : a sociological analysis of the New York chapter of the Almighty Latin King and Queen nation / Louis Kontos --
Radical hybridity : Latinas/os as the paradigmatic transnational post-subculture / Angharad N. Valdivia --
'Race' and class in the 'post-subcultural' economy / Martina Böse --
Diaspora experience, music and hybrid cultures of young migrants in Vienna / Roman Horak --
Global youth cultures in localized spaces : the case of the UK new Asian dance music and French rap / Rupa Huq --
Heavy metal and subcultural theory : a paradigmatic case of neglect? / Andy R. Brown --
The death and life of punk, the last subculture / Dylan Clark --
'Lady' punks in bands : a subculturette? / Helen Reddington --
Resisting subjects : DIY feminism and the politics of style in subcultural production / Doreen Piano --
The 'X-files', online fan culture, and the real David Duchovny estrogen brigades / Rhiannon Bury --
'Net. Goth' : Internet communication and (sub)cultural boundaries / Paul Hodkinson --
Internet subcultures and oppositional politics / Richard Kahn and Douglas Kellner.
Responsibility: edited by David Muggleton and Rupert Weinzierl.
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The Post-Subcultures Reader is a solid textbook for those who want a guide through subcultural theory after the Birmingham Centre's beatification. Youth Studies Australia, vol. 24, no. 3, 2005 This Read more...

 
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