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Subcultures, bodies and spaces : essays on alternativity and marginalization

Author: Samantha Holland; Karl Spracklen
Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018.
Series: Emerald studies in alternativity and marginalization.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This edited collection provides sociological and cultural research that expands our understanding of the alternative, liminal or transgressive; theorizing the status of the alternative in contemporary culture and society.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1047630614
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Samantha Holland; Karl Spracklen
ISBN: 9781787565111 1787565114 9781787565135 1787565130
OCLC Number: 1052766454
Description: 1 online resource (x, 262 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Intro; Subcultures, Bodies and Spaces; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Note; References; Part I: Subcultures; Chapter 1: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Dressed in Street Fashions? Investigating Virtually Constructed Fashion Subcultures; Subcultures; Subcultures Online; Seapunk; Normcore; Health Goth; Subcultural Authenticity and Post-Authenticity; Subcultural Identity; Sartorially Subcultural; Summary; References; Chapter 2: Cursed is the Fruit of thy Womb: Inversion/Subversion and the Inscribing of Morality on Women's Bodies in Heavy Metal Current Research on Women in MetalMethodology, Feminist Textual Criticism and the Choice of Texts for this Study; A Note on the Lyrics; Metal's Cultural Collusion with Mainstream Morality; Textual Analysis; Investigating Morality and Women's Bodies in Metal Lyrics: The Virgin, The Whore, The Mother; Cloven Hoof --
'Whore of Babylon'; Cradle of Filth --
'Lilith Immaculate'; Primordial --
'Lain with the Wolf'; Behemoth --
'Amen'; Ninnghizhidda --
'Rape (The Virgin Mary)'; On Cis-Gendering in this Chapter; Conclusion; References Chapter 3: Japanophilia in Kuwait: How Far does International Culture Penetrate?The Meme Café; The Logic of Subculture in the Gulf; The Survey; Interests; Background; English Language Skills; National Identity; General Culture; What Makes it so Attractive?; Would you say that Japanese (or Korean) Culture Contrasts Very Much with Kuwaiti Culture?; How Much Personal Research Do Students Undertake to Learn about the History and Culture of Those Countries?; Did Your Interest in Japanese/Korean Culture Change Your Way of Seeing the World?; Does it Make You Different from other People in Society? ConclusionReferences; Chapter 4: Torment[Her] (Misogyny as an Artistic Device): Alternative Perspectives on the Misogynist Aesthetic of W.A.S.P.'s 'The Rack'; Discourse Analysis; Introducing W.A.S.P.'s 'The Rack'; Methods; Part 1 --
Observational Analyses (A); Part 2 --
Observational Analyses (B); Part 3 --
W.A.S.P.'s Post '80s Marginalization, Some Developmental Insights; Conclusion; Dedication; References; Chapter 5: Reight Mardy Tykes: Northernness, Peaceville Three and Death/Doom Music World; Introduction; Methods; Peaceville Records and Punk Origins; Paradise Lost; My Dying Bride; Anathema The Peaceville Three and English 'Northernness'Conclusion; References; Discography; Part II: Bodies; Chapter 6: Constructions of Regulation and SocialNorms of Tattooed Female Bodies; Femininities, Self-Surveillance and Embodiment: A Review of the Literature; The Methodological Approach; Negotiating Femininities; 'Right' and 'Wrong' Ways of Being Tattooed; Conclusions to be Drawn; References; Chapter 7: 'Heavily Tattooed and Beautiful?': Tattoo Collecting, Gender and Self-Expression; Introduction: Women in the Tattoo Subculture; Subcultures, Neo-Tribal Style and Women's Prominence in Tattooing
Series Title: Emerald studies in alternativity and marginalization.
Responsibility: edited by Samantha Holland, Karl Spracklen.

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