On Record: Rock, Pop and the Written Word

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Taylor & Francis, Jul 12, 1990 - Social Science - 512 pages
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Classic sociological analyses of 'deviance' and rebellion; studies of technology; subcultural and feminist readings, semiotic and musicological essays and close readings of stars, bands and the fans themselves by Adorno, Barthes and other well-known contributors

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On record: rock, pop, and the written word

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This comprehensive anthology of serious writings on popular music should prove to be a breakthrough in the field. Frith and Goodwin have assembled an excellent compendium of articles that examine ... Read full review

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Frith makes some interwesting connections between the fields of pop music, pop culture, mass opinion and the scholarship that holds so much of this together. Read full review

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Goodwin is a professor at the University of San Francisco.

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