The Subcultures Reader

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Ken Gelder, Sarah Thornton
Psychology Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Social Science - 599 pages
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The only collected work of its kind in the field, The Subcultures Readerbrings together the most valuable and stimulating writings on subcultures from the Chicago School to the present day.

All the articles have been specially selected and edited for inclusion in the Readerand are grouped in sections, each with an editor's introduction. There is also a general introduction to the collection, which maps out the field of subcultural studies.

Providing an essential guide to the subject, it enables students and teachers to understand how subcultural studies developed, the range of work it encompasses, and provides potential future directions of study throughout the field.

  

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Contents

Sarah Thornton
1
PART
11
Paul G Cressey
28
THE CONCEPT OF THE SUBCULTURE ANO
40
Alhert K Cohen
44
Howard S Becker
55
John Irwin
66
PART
83
Geoffrey Pearson
281
Andrew Tolson
302
PART
315
Paul Gilroy
340
Wendy Fonarow
360
PART SEVEN
373
Ralph H Turner and Samuel J Surace
379
T R Fyvel
388

Phil Cohen
90
John Clarke Stuart Hall Tony Jefferson
100
Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
112
Paul E Willis
121
Oick Hebdige
130
PART THREE
145
Stanley Cohen
149
Simon Frith
163
Jon Stratton
181
Sarah Thornton
200
PART FOUR
213
Laud Humphreys
231
Paul E Willis
246
Ken Gelder
263
Oave Laing
406
Kobena Mercer
420
Oouglas Crimp with Adam Rolston
436
Marcos Becquer and Jos Gatti
445
Marjorie Garber
454
PART EIGHT
473
Will Straw
494
Henry Jenkins
506
Barbara Ehrenreich Elizabeth Hess
523
Caroline Bassett
537
Bihliography
551
Notes on the contrihutors
579
Index
588
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