Club Cultures: Music, Media and Subcultural Capital
John Wiley & Sons, 23 ago 2013 - 203 pagine
This is an innovative contribution to the study of popular culture, focusing on the youth cultures that revolve around dance clubs and raves.
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Youth and their Social Spaces
ten miles apart on 267 August 1989 1 Five
Authenticities from Record Hops to Raves and
specifically for the public dancefloor In 1950
death of vinyl as a threat to the value of their record
Exploring the Meaning of the Mainstream or
The Media Development of Subcultures or
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