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Popular music and youth culture

Andy Bennett

Popular music and youth culture

music, identity and place

by Andy Bennett

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popular music -- Social aspects,
  • Music and youth,
  • Popular culture

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-215) and index

    StatementAndy Bennett
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3470 .B45 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 223 p. ;
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16972899M
    ISBN 100312227531
    LC Control Number99016789

    This book brings together historians, sociologists and social scientists to examine aspects of youth culture. The book’s themes are riots, music and gangs, connecting spectacular Available Formats: eBook Hardcover. Books shelved as music-and-culture: Lords of Chaos: The Bloody Rise of the Satanic Metal Underground by Michael Moynihan, Girls to the Front: The True St.

    Music and Youth Culture offers a groundbreaking account of how music interacts with young people's everyday lives. Drawing on interviews with and observations of youth groups together with archival research, it explores young people's enactment of music tastes and performances, and how these are articulated through narratives and literacies. Books shelved as youth-culture: It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by Danah Boyd, Engaging the Soul of Youth Culture: Bridging Teen Wo.

    Music in Youth Culture examines the fantasies of post-Oedipal youth cultures as displayed on the landscape of popular music from a post-Lacanian perspective. Jan Jagodzinski, an expert on Lacan, psychoanalysis, and education's relationship to media, maintains that a new set of signifiers is required to grasp the sliding signification of. Get this from a library! Popular music and youth culture: music, identity, and place. [Andy Bennett] -- "Music-and style-centred youth cultures are now a familiar aspect of everyday life in countries as far apart as Nepal and Jamaica, Hong Kong and Israel, Denmark and Australia. This text provides.


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Popular music and youth culture by Andy Bennett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dr ANDY BENNETT is lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He has published articles on aspects of youth culture, popular music, local identity and music and ethnicity in a number of journals, including Sociological Review, Media Culture and Society and Popular Music.

He is currently co-editing a book on guitar by: Popular Music And Youth Culture: Music, Identity, And Place. Music- and style-centred youth cultures are now a familiar aspect of everyday life in countries as far apart around the globe as Nepal and Jamaica, Hong Kong and Israel, Denmark and Australia/5(15).

Unlike other existing books on the relationships between music cultures and religion, which predominantly discuss the cultural implications of such phenomenon, Popular Music in Evangelical Youth Culture examines the notion of ‘spirituality’ in contemporary popular electronic dance music.

Lau’s emphasis on the sonic qualities of electronic Cited by: 4. This book examines youth cultural responses to the political, economic and socio-cultural changes that affected Britain in the aftermath of the Second World War.

In particular, it considers the extent to which elements of youth culture and popular music served to contest the notion of ‘consensus. Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place. Popular Music and Youth Culture.: Combining a critical evaluation of recent work on youth, music and local identity with original ethnographic work, this book provides a wide-ranging study of music and style-centered youth cultures in a local context.

This book examines youth cultural responses to the political, economic and socio-cultural changes that affected Britain in the aftermath of the Second World War.

In particular, it considers the extent to which Popular music and youth culture book of youth culture and popular music. About the Author. Andy Bennett is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Surrey and previously worked with the Rockmobil project in Frankfurt.

He is author of Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place () and co-editor of Guitar Cultures ().Cited by: Music in Youth Culture examines the fantasies of post-Oedipal youth cultures as displayed on the landscape of popular music from a post-Lacanian perspective.

Jan Jagodzinski, an expert on Lacan, psychoanalysis, and education's relationship to media, maintains that a new set of signifiers is. Youth Culture and the Emergence of Popular Music 1. Marcus, ‘The Beatles’ in J. Miller (ed.), The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock and Roll (New York, ) p.

Cited by: 2. Buy Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place by Bennett, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(4).

There were two objectives to this book: to consider the various ways in which youth culture and popular music have been theorized by sociologists, cultural and media theorists, and to bring a new perspective to some of the more recent work on youth culture and popular music that take as their starting point those local spaces in which popular music is heard by young people and appropriated Cited by:   About the author () Andy Bennett is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Surrey and previously worked with the Rockmobil project in Frankfurt.

He is author of Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place () and co-editor of Guitar Cultures ().5/5(1). A key feature of the book is its departure from conventional Anglo-American perspectives. In addition to British and US examples, the book refers to studies conducted in Germany, Holland, Sweden, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Japan, Russia and Hungary, presenting the cultural relationship between youth culture and popular music as a.

This bestselling book covers popular music with each chapter examining a specific era of youth and music, including rock `n' roll, sixties countercultural rock, heavy metal, punk, reggae, rap, techno, and house.

The book will be of particular interest to students of sociology, media studies, cultural studies, music, and anthropology. Selections present a variety of cultural themes, including the appeal of music, youth and morality, music and sexuality, race and gender, and consumerism. Controversial viewpoints invite the writing of argumentative essays.

Anyone interested in studying the relationship between American music and culture. pagesCited by: 4. In addition to British and US examples, the book refers to studies conducted in Germany, Holland, Sweden, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Japan, Russia and Hungary, presenting the cultural relationship between youth culture and popular music as a truly global phenomenon.

Music and Youth Culture is a highly ambittious and innovative book that deserves to be read and discussed by anyone involved in research on youth and music. Sociology Laughey has done us all a favour by challenging, maybe dispelling, the sacred place of music in youth cultural theory. He does so in a meticulous style/5(4).

Book Description: Music and Youth Culture offers a groundbreaking account of how music interacts with young people's everyday lives. Drawing on interviews with and observations of youth groups together with archival research, it explores young people's enactment of music tastes and performances, and how these are articulated through narratives and literacies.

The author also examines the style-based youth cultures to which such genres have given rise. Drawing on key research in sociology, media studies and cultural studies, the book considers A comprehensive cultural, social and historical overview of post-war popular music genres, from rock 'n' roll and psychedelic pop, through punk and heavy metal /5.

Unlike other existing books on the relationships between music cultures and religion, which predominantly discuss the cultural implications of such phenomenon, Popular Music in Evangelical Youth Culture examines the notion of ‘spirituality’ in contemporary popular electronic dance music.

Lau’s emphasis on the sonic qualities of electronic. Music, Popular Culture, Identities is a collection of sixteen essays that will appeal to a wide range of readers with interests in popular culture and music, cultural studies, and ethnomusicology.

Organized around the central theme of music as an expression of local, ethnic, social and other identities, the essays touch upon popular traditions and contemporary forms from several different.Rap is extremely popular with white youth and as popular with girls as boys, despite its misogynist and hypermasculine nature.

Part of its appeal, the authors say, is for the body rather than the ear.Toggle How do Popular Music, We have also learned that their choice of music, reactions to it and interpretation of it depends on their age, culture and ethnicity.

For example, one study found that female youth are more likely than male youth to use music to reflect their emotional state (e.g. listen to sad music when they are feeling down.