Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Focusing on social science perspectives on popular music since the late 1970s with 'the Cultural Turn', this set covers the work of Simon Frith, Larry Grossberg, Andy Bennett, Keith Negus and many more, and provides a distillation of the best academic work published on popular music. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: This collection focuses on social science perspectives on popular music since the late 1970s when the drift away from Musicology started. The latter focuses upon music as a sequence of notes and silence, rather than the social, economic, cultural and political contexts in which popular music is produced, exchanged and consumed. Since the 1970s, social scientists like Simon Frith, Larry Grossberg, Will Straw, Paul Willis, Andy Bennett, Keith Negus, Howard Becker and Sarah Thornton have intensively examined the phenomenon of popular music from a social science and cultural studies perspective. This is part of the same move in the social and cultural sciences that has magnified Visual Culture, Celebrity Culture, Television Studies, Film Studies, Media & Communication, Fashion, and much else besides as legitimate subjects for academic enquiry. This move has become known as 'the Cultural Turn'.
This collection launches from the Cultural Turn, but it will also incorporate key articles from the early social science of pop music. The aim will be to provide researchers and libraries with a four volume distillation of the best that has been thought and published in the academic study of popular music.
Volume One: History and Theoretical Traditions provides the historical and theoretical anchor for the remainder of the set.
Volume Two: Mode of Production brings together material that relates the production of popular music to technology, production, distribution and consumption, amongst others.
Volume Three: Institutions of Popular Music examines the academic literature on the main social and 'cultural intermediaries' of popular music such as impression managers, new systems of music promotion and informal politics.
Volume Four: Cultures and Subcultures of Popular Music guides the reader through music subcultures, audiences and globalization.
Über den Autor: Chris Rojek is Professor of Sociology and Culture at Brunel University, West London. He is a prolific and influential author in the field of Celebrity, Leisure Studies and Popular Culture. In 2003 he was awarded the Allen V. Sapora prize for outstanding achievement in the field of Leisure and Tourism Studies. Besides lecturing in the UK he has given lectures on leisure in Australia, Canada, the USA and the Netherlands. In 2009 he was Hood Fellow at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He also writes on celebrity culture, neat capitalism and myths and realities of national identity. His current research is on popular music and popular culture and the meaning of the celetoid in Reality TV.
Buchbeschreibung Sage Pubns Ltd, 2011. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Brand New. four-volume set edition. 1400 pages. 9.25x6.50x4.00 inches. In Stock. Buchnummer des Verkäufers __1849207585
Buchbeschreibung SAGE Publications Ltd, 2011. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Four-Volume Set. Buchnummer des Verkäufers DADAX1849207585