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This book offers a theoretically sophisticated and empirically rich study of the intersections of contemporary Christianity and youth culture, focusing on evangelical engagements with punk, hip hop, surfing, and skateboarding.

Popular Music and Youth Culture. Music, Identity and Place

An outline background, rationale and framework for MPMiD is presented, followed by a review of methods developed and overall themes that emerged. Focusing on the project's "Sounding Dublin" strand, the article analyses the responses of participants from a section of MPMiD's e-survey relating to music, musicians, sounds and soundtracks that might be considered "typical" or otherwise of Dublin. Although a substantial minority of participants eschew notions of sonic uniqueness linked to place in the abstract sense, the data reveal a rich tapestry of experiences and standpoints linked to ideas of a Dublin sound or sounds.

Some appear to concur with conventional hagiographies of rock and folk, with others challenging received narratives and proposing alternative viewpoints, scenes and pathways.

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Popular Music And Youth Culture: Music, Identity, And Place

An outline background, rationale and framework for MPMiD is presented, followed by a review of methods developed and overall themes that emerged. Focusing on the project's "Sounding Dublin" strand, the article analyses the responses of participants from a section of MPMiD's e-survey relating to music, musicians, sounds and soundtracks that might be considered "typical" or otherwise of Dublin. Although a substantial minority of participants eschew notions of sonic uniqueness linked to place in the abstract sense, the data reveal a rich tapestry of experiences and standpoints linked to ideas of a Dublin sound or sounds. Some appear to concur with conventional hagiographies of rock and folk, with others challenging received narratives and proposing alternative viewpoints, scenes and pathways. For information regarding our Open Access policy, click here. Privacy Policy. Ansdell, Gary.

When reggae emerged in the late s, it came as a cultural bombshell not only to Jamaica but the whole world. Reggae has influenced societies throughout the world, contributing to the development of new counterculture movements, particularly in Europe, in the USA and Africa. Indeed, by the end of the s, it participated in the birth of the skinhead movement in the UK. Finally, since the late s onwards, it has also influenced singers originating from Africa, Alpha Blondy, Tiken Jah Fakoly and Lucky Dube being perfect examples. Thus, my paper will examine the impact of Jamaican reggae music on the worldwide cultural universe, especially on Europe, the USA and Africa. When it emerged in the late s, it came as a cultural bombshell not only to Jamaica but the whole world.


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Youth Cultures, Transitions, and Generations pp Cite as. For example, many adults identify as punks, hard-core, or dance music fans, while simultaneously engaging with adult responsibilities and leading adult lives. Unable to display preview.

Popular music and youth culture: music, identity and place

Youth culture is the way children , adolescents and young adults live, and the norms , values, and practices they share. Youth culture differs from the culture of older generations. An emphasis on clothes, popular music, sports, vocabulary, and dating set adolescents apart from other age groups, giving them what many believe is a distinct culture of their own. These subcultures' norms, values, behaviors, and styles vary widely, and may differ from the general youth culture. Understanding what adolescents think and do is useful to understanding the relationship between structure and agency, social patterns and individual action. There is a debate about whether or not youth culture exists. Some researchers argue that youth's values and morals are not distinct from those of their parents, which means that youth culture is not a separate culture.

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‘Speaking of Youth Culture’: A Critical Analysis of Contemporary Youth Cultural Practice

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Professor of Cultural Sociology, Griffith University. Popular music youth culture cultural sociology ethnography. Popular music and youth culture: music, identity and place. Music scenes: Local, translocal, and virtual, , The British journal of sociology 53 3 , , Subcultures or neo-tribes? Rethinking the relationship between youth, style and musical taste A Bennett Sociology 33 3 , ,

The relationship between music and place has a long history. This article discusses the academic discourses regarding the relationship between music and place. From the Norient book Seismographic Sounds see and order here. At a vernacular level of understanding, perceptions of music and community often align with the idea that music situated at the community level is somehow more organic and authentic than imported mainstream music. Significantly, work such as that of McKinnon on the British folk music scene has demonstrated that such vernacular understandings of music are often as fabricated as those that pertain to understandings of more popular music forms as tied to place.

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