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Subcultures attract a great deal of interest, both in popular media and in academic work.
Comprehensive and fascinating, these four volumes represent work on subcultures across several disciplines: cultural history, cultural studies, criminology and sociology. Beginning by looking at accounts of subcultures in sixteenth-century England, the set then presents case studies that contrast work on gangs and graffiti with CCCS work on subcultures. Volume three then follows CCCS work on punks, by turning to music subcultures, and, lastly, the fourth volume highlights five recent trends in subcultural studies - body subcultures, sexed subcultures, fan and micro-media communities, grassroots and 'neo-pagan' subcultures, and 'virtual communities' and cybercultures.
|Underworlds, Hacks and Hustlers|
|Rogues, Streetlife, Folk Devils|
|Chicago and Birmingham|
|The Chicago School and Urban Ethnography|
|Birmingham and Cultural Studies|
|Subcultures and Music|
|Jazz and the Counterculture|
|Punk and Metal|
|Disco, Clubbing, Ecstasy|
|Sexed Subjects, Virtual Communities, Neo-Tribes|
|Pumped, Sexed and Modified Bodies|
|Media, Game and Virtual Communities|
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Series: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies
Number Of Pages: 1616
Published: 30th April 2007
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1