Subculture to Clubcultures By Professor Steve Redhead
Subculture to Clubcultures
by Professor Steve Redhead
aeo Informed by original ethnographic research and oral history into popular music and youth culture. aeo Presents a broad--ranging history from the post--Punk era of the late 70a s through the 80a s to the internationalisation ---- or globalisation ---- of sport and music influenced youth and dance clubcultures of the 1990s.
Steve Redhead is Reader in Law and Popular Culture at the Manchester Metropolitan University. He is Director of the Unit for Law and Popular Culture and Co--Director of the Manchester Institute for Popular Culture at the Manchester Metropolitan University.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part I: Subculture:. 1. The Politics of Football Hooliganism. 2. Keeping Off the Grass. 3. The Soccer War. 4. Thatchera s Boys (Next Door). Part II: Subculture into Clubculture:. 5. The Rehabilitation of Football. 6. The New (Football) Men. 7. Shamble On. 8. Whata s so Funny a Bout Peace, Love and Understanding?. 9. The Age of Rock. 10. Down the Tube: Pop on Television. 11. Post--pop. 12. Pop Time, Acid House. 13. Lager Louts and the English Disease. 14. Moynihan Brings Out the Hooligan in Me. 15. Supertifo. Part III: Clubcultures:. 16. Oh Manchester, So Much to Answer For. 17. Licensed to Thrill. 18. The Last Generation?. 19. Clubcultures. 20. Oasis: (Whata s the Story) Manchestera s Glory?. References. Notes. Index.
Subculture to Clubcultures: An Introduction to Popular Cultural Studies by Professor Steve Redhead
Professor Steve Redhead
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