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Title   After Subculture Critical Studies in Contemporary Youth Culture 

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Author   BENNETT & KAHN-HARRIS  ISBN   9780333977125  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Palgrave  Group   Sci/Hum. View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Sociology  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2004 
Subject   Popular culture 
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Synopsis The concept of "subculture" has long been of significant importance in research on youth, style, deviance and popular culture. Although in more recent years subculture has been the subject of sustained critique, it still provides a valuable point of reference for study and research.This text offers students an up-to-date and wide-ranging account of developments in youth culture research that reject, refine or reinvent the concept of subculture. Bringing together key theoretical statements with illuminating analyses of particular aspects of youth culture popular music, clubbing, body modification and the internet, among others, this is an introduction to a diverse and wide-ranging field.

Contents:
Section 1 Theoretical readings: culture, subculture and social organization, P.J. Martin; fragmented culture and subcultures, D. Chaney. Section 2 Empirical studies: "it's like Canada reduced" - setting the scene in Montreal, G. Stahl; dance nations - rethinking youth subcultural theory, B. Carrington and B. Wilson; tourists and travellers? "subcultures". reflexive identities and neo-tribal sociality, P. Sweetman; teenage girls' "bedroom culture" - codes versus zones, S. Lincoln; unspectacular subculture? - transgression and mundanity in the global extreme metal scene, K. Kahn-Harris; youth strategies for glocal living - space, power and communication in everyday cultural practice, H. Pilkington; the goth scene and (sub)cultural substance, P. Hodkinson; Buffy night at the seven stars - a "subcultural" happening at the "glocal" level, G. Bloustien; virtual subculture? youth, identity and the internet, A. Bennett; afterword, S. Frith

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