サブカルチャー読本(第2版)<br>The Subcultures Reader (2ND)

サブカルチャー読本(第2版)
The Subcultures Reader (2ND)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 639 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415344159
  • DDC分類 306.1

基本説明

シカゴ学派、CCCSの古典的論考から、現代の主要テクストまでを精選収録した読本。
This new edition gives expression to the diversity of subcultural identificatins, from communities, scenes and 'tribes' to the 'global underground'.

Full Description


This revised and updated edition of a hugely successful book brings together the most valuable and stimulating writings on subcultures, from the early work of the Chicago School on 'deviant' social groups to the present day theories and research.This new edition features a wide range of articles from some of the biggest names in the field including Dick Hebdige, Paul Gilroy and Stanley Cohen, and expertly combines contemporary essays and critique with classic and canonical texts on subcultures.Examining an eclectic array of subcultures, from New Age travellers, to comic book fans, The Reader looks at how they are defined through their social position, styles, sexuality, politics and their music, and this new edition gives expression to the diversity of subcultural identifications, from scenes and 'tribes' to the 'global underground'.With specially selected articles, grouped sections, editors introductions and a general introduction which maps out the field, it gives students and teachers of cultural studies an invaluable study aid.

Table of Contents

        List of illustrations                      xi
Acknowledgements xii
Permissions xiii
Introduction: The Field of Subcultural Studies 1 (18)
Ken Gelder
PART ONE THE CHICAGO SCHOOL AND URBAN
ETHNOGRAPHY
Introduction to Part One 19 (6)
Ken Gelder
The City: Suggestions for the Investigation 25 (10)
of Human Behavior in the Urban Environment
[1925]
Robert E. Park
The Life-Cycle of the Taxi-Dancer [1932] 35 (11)
Paul G. Cressey
The Concept of the Sub-Culture and Its 46 (4)
Application [1947]
Milton M. Gordon
A General Theory of Subcultures [1955] 50 (10)
Albert K. Cohen
Research Method, Morality and Criminology 60 (13)
[1967]
Ned Polsky
Notes on the Status of the Concept 73 (13)
Subculture [1970]
John Irwin
PART TWO THE BIRMINGHAM TRADITION AND
CULTURAL STUDIES
Introduction to Part Two 81 (5)
Ken Gelder
Subcultural Conflict and Working-Class 86 (8)
Community [1972]
Phil Cohen
Subcultures, Cultures and Class [1975] 94 (11)
John Clarke
Stuart Hall
Tony Jefferson
Brian Roberts
Girls and Subcultures [1977] 105 (8)
Angela McRobbie
Jenny Garber
Culture, Institution, Differentiation [1977] 113 (8)
Paul E. Willis
Subculture: The Meaning of Style [1979] 121 (11)
Dick Hebdige
Second-Hand Dresses and the Role of the 132 (16)
Ragmarket [1989]
Angela McRobbie
PART THREE OUTSIDE CULTURAL STUDIES:
CRITIQUES AND ALTERNATIVES
Introduction to Part Three 143 (5)
Ken Gelder
The Subterranean World of Play [1971] 148 (9)
Jock Young
Symbols of Trouble [1980] 157 (12)
Stanley Cohen
Defending Ski-Jumpers: A Critique of 169 (6)
Theories of Youth Subcultures [1981]
Gary Clarke
Social Surveillance and Subjectification: 175 (9)
The Emergence of `Subculture' in the Work
of Henry Mayhew [1990]
Andrew Tolson
The Social Logic of Subcultural Capital 184 (9)
[1995]
Sarah Thornton
The Emotional Community: Research Arguments 193 (25)
[1996]
Michel Maffesoli
PART FOUR TERRITORIES, SPACE, OTHERNESS
Introduction to Part Four 213 (5)
Ken Gelder
Gangland [1927] 218 (10)
Frederic M. Thrasher
The Problem of Cornerville [1943] 228 (3)
William Foote Whyte
Hospital Underlife: Places [1961] 231 (3)
Erving Goffman
Life on the Terraces [1978] 234 (12)
Peter Marsh
Elizabeth Rosser
Rom Harre
Blank Figures in the Countryside [2000] 246 (10)
Kevin Hetherington
Performing the City [2001] 256 (20)
Iain Borden
PART FIVE STYLE, FASHION, SIGNATURE
Introduction to Part Five 271 (5)
Ken Gelder
Zoot-Suiters and Mexicans: Symbols in Crowd 276 (8)
Behavior [1956]
Ralph H. Turner
Samuel J. Surace
Fashion and Revolt [1963] 284 (4)
T.R. Fyvel
Posing . . . Threats, Striking . . . Poses: 288 (11)
Youth, Surveillance, and Display [1983]
Dick Hebdige
Black Hair/Style Politics [1987] 299 (13)
Kobena Mercer
The Graffiti Subculture: Making a World of 312 (14)
Difference [2001]
Nancy Macdonald
Tattoo Enthusiasts: Subculture or 326 (21)
Figuration? [2003]
Michael Atkinson
PART SIX SEXED SUBJECTS
Introduction to Part Six 343 (4)
Ken Gelder
The Sociologist as Voyeur [1970] 347 (11)
Laud Humphreys
Aids Activist Graphics: A Demonstration 358 (9)
[1990]
Douglas Crimp
Adam Rolston
Real Men, Phallicism and Fascism [1996] 367 (17)
Murray Healy
When is a Body Not a Body? When It's a 384 (16)
Building [1996]
Marcia Ian
Drag Kings: Masculinity and Performance 400 (18)
[1998]
Judith Halberstam
Waiting for No Man: Bisexual Femme 418 (20)
Subjectivity and Cultural Repudiation [1998]
Clare Hemmings
PART SEVEN SCENES OF MUSIC
Introduction to Part Seven 433 (5)
Ken Gelder
The Culture of a Deviant Group: The Dance 438 (10)
Musician [1963]
Howard S. Becker
Listening to Punk [1985] 448 (12)
Dave Laing
Diaspora, Utopia and the Critique of 460 (9)
Capitalism [1987]
Paul Gilroy
Communities and Scenes in Popular Music 469 (10)
[1991]
Will Straw
Disco `Super-Culture': Consuming Foreign 479 (12)
Sex in the Chinese Disco [1999]
James Farrer
Moments of Ecstasy: Oceanic and Ecstatic 491 (27)
Experiences in Clubbing [1999]
Ben Malbon
PART EIGHT VIRTUAL, MEDIATED, GLOBALIZED
Introduction to Part Eight 513 (5)
Ken Gelder
Introduction to the Virtual Community [1994] 518 (12)
Howard Rheingold
Community: The Zine Scene [1997] 530 (11)
Stephen Duncombe
Amateur Manga Subculture and the Otaku 541 (14)
Incident [2000]
Sharon Kinsella
Meat and Metal [2000] 555 (9)
David Bell
Communicating Goth: On-Line Media [2002] 564 (11)
Paul Hodkinson
Notes on the Global Underground: 575 (12)
Subcultures and Globalization [2004]
Martin Roberts
Notes on contributors 587 (7)
Bibliography 594 (25)
Index 619