Rockin' the Borders

Rockin' the Borders

Rock Music and Social, Cultural and Political Change

eBook - 2010
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Rock Music challenge hegemonic orders based on class, gender, nation, ethnicity/race or generation. This volume investigates how Rock has played an integral part in the formation of identities and life-styles since the 1950âs. Rock music is used as a wide concept, including different genres e.g. rock'n'roll, pop, punk, hip hop and blues. Unlike most other books on rock music this volume will focus on how rock music becomes a part of everyday life and the formation of identities in a variety ...
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, Ă2010
ISBN: 9781443822077
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vii, 194 pages)
Additional Contributors: Horgby, Bjčorn
Nilsson, Fredrik


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