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Youth Cultures

  • ID: 4031614
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  • 1320 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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There is now almost 100 years of rich literature relating to youth culture. This major work brings together the best of this literature, from 'benchmark' essays to contemporary developments, in order to critically evaluate and assess the body of academic work. The perspective is truly global, with the selected articles addressing cultures in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Middle East. The articles are organised into four thematic volumes:

Volume 1: Histories of Youth Culture

Volume 2: Subcultures and Style

Volume 3: Youth, Music and Media

Volume 4: Global Youth Culture
This is a highly valuable reference collection for researchers in all fields of youth culture including sociology, media and cultural studies and social anthropology.

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VOLUME ONE: HISTORY

Youth on the Road: Reflections on the History of Tramping Judith Adler

From Counterculture to Consumer Culture Vespa and the Italian Youth Market, 1958–78 Adam Arvidsson

The Re-Invention of Bhangra: Social Change and Aesthetic Shifts in a Punjabi Music in Britain Gerd Baumann

Jipis, Pijos, Fiesteros: Studies on Youth Cultures in Spain 1960–2004 Carles Fexia Pàmpols and Laura Porzio

From Jukebox Boys to Revolting Students: Richard Hoggart and the Study of British Youth Culture David Fowler

The Emergence of a Modern Youth Culture: The Swedish 1930s Mats Franzén

The Hippies: An American “Moment” Stuart Hall

“Ducktails, Flick-Knives and Pugnacity”: Subcultural and Hegemonic Masculinities in South Africa, 1948–1960 Katie Mooney

From Classlessness to Clubculture: A Geneaology of British Post-War Youth Cultural Analysis David Muggleton

"The Times They Are A-Changin"': The Music of Protest Robert A. Rosenstone

Diversity of Experience, Experience of Diversity: Turkish Migrant Youth Culture in Berlin Levent Soysant

Bodgies and Widgies – Youth Cultures in the 1950s Jon Stratton

Beyond the Skinheads: Comments on the Emergence and Significance of the Glamrock Cult Ian Taylor and David Wall

Shaping 1960s Youth in Britain and France: Fabulous and Salut les copains Chris Tinker

Hot Swing and the Dissolute Life: Youth, Style and Popular Music in Europe 1939–49 Ralph Willet

“Nailed to the X”: A Lyrical History of the Straightedge Youth Subculture Robert T. Wood

VOLUME TWO: STYLE

Subcultures or Neo-Tribes? Rethinking the Relationship between Youth, Style and Musical Taste Andy Bennett

Youth Subcultural Theory: A Critical Engagement with the Concept, Its Origins and Politics, from the Chicago School to Postmodernism Shane Blackman

Youth and Cultural Practice Mary Bucholtz

The Struggle for Ethnicity: Swedish Youth Styles and the Construction of Ethnic Identities Erling Bjurström

Consuming the Car: Anticipation, Use and Meaning in Contemporary Youth Culture Eamonn Carrabine and Brian Longhurst

Defending Ski-Jumpers: A Critique of Theories of Youth Subcultures Gary Clarke

Review: Badges of Half-Formed, Inarticulate Radicalism: A Critique of Recent Trends in the Study of Working Class Youth Culture Chris Waters

Tribal Aspects of Postmodern Consumption Research: The Case of French In-line Roller Skaters Bernard Cova and Véronique Cova

Real Punks and Pretenders: The Social Organisation of a Counterculture Kathryn Joan Fox

Israeli Youth Body Adornments: Between Protest and Conformity Yehuda Jacobson and Diana Luzzatto

Graffiti as Career and Ideology Richard Lachmann

Subculture, Style and Chavs and Consumer Capitalism: Towards a Critical Cultural Criminology of Youth Greg Martin

Settling Accounts with Youth Subcultures: A Feminist Critique Angela McRobbie

Shut Up and Dance: Youth Culture and Changing Modes of Femininity Angela McRobbie

U.S. Feminism-Grrrl Style! Youth (Sub)Cultures and the Technologics of the Third Wave Ednie Kaeh Garrison

Rules of Rebellion: Slamdancing, Moshing, and the American Alternative Scene William Tsitsos

VOLUME THREE: MUSIC

Hip Hop Am Main: The Localisation of Rap Music and Hip Hop Culture Andy Bennett

Punks Not Dead: The Significance of Punk Rock for an Older Generation of Fans Andy Bennett

Pop in(to) the Bedroom: Popular Music in Pre-Teen Girls’ Bedroom Culture Sarah Louise Baker

‘The Magic that Can Set You Free’: The Ideology of Folk and the Myth of the Rock Community Simon Frith

Another Boring Day in Paradise Lawrence Grossberg

The ‘Failure’ of Youth Culture: Reflexivity, Music and Politics in the Black Metal Scene Keith Kahn-Harris

Subcultural Identity in Alternative Music Culture Holly Kruse

Into the “Jungle” Benjamin Noys

Swedish Youth and Music: Listening Patterns and Motivations Keith Roe

The Power of Love: Raï Music and Youth in Algeria Marc Schade-Poulsen
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