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Ageing and youth culture : music, style and identity / edited by Andy Bennett and Paul Hodkinson.

Other author/creatorBennett, Andy, 1963-
Other author/creatorHodkinson, Paul.
Format Book and Print
EditionEnglish ed.
Publication InfoLondon ; New York, NY : Berg, 2012.
Descriptionix, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Cover title Ageing and youth cultures : music, style and identity
Variant title Aging and youth culture
Contents 'More than the X's on my hands' : older straight edgers and the meaning of style / Ross Haenfler -- Performances of post-youth sexual identities In queer scenes / Jodie Taylor -- Ageing rave women's post-scene narratives / Julie Gregory -- 'Each one teach one' : b-boying and ageing / Mary Fogarty -- Slamdancing, ageing and belonging / William Tsitos -- Rock fans' experiences of the ageing body : becoming more 'civilized' / Lucy Gibson -- Dance parties, lifestyle and strategies for ageing / Andy Bennett -- Punk, ageing and the expectations of adult life / Joanna Davis -- Alternative women adjusting to ageing, or How to stay freaky at fifty / Samantha Holland -- The collective ageing of a goth festival / Paul Hodkinson -- 'Strong riot women' and the continuity of feminist subcultural participation / Kristen Schilt and Danielle Giffort -- Parenthood and the transfer of capital in the northern soul scene / Nicola Smith.
Abstract Ageing, image and identity: More than the Xs on my hands: older straight edges and the meaning of style - Performance of post-youth sexual identitites in queer scenes - Ageing rave women's post-scene narratives; Constraints of the ageing body: 'Each one teach one": b-boying and ageing - Slamdancing: ageing and belonging - Rock fans' experience of the ageing body: becoming more 'civilized'; Resources and responsibilities: Dance parties: lifestyle and strategies for ageing - Punk, ageing and the expectations of adult life - Alternative women adjusting to ageing, or How to stay freaky at 50; Ageing communities: The collective ageing of a goth festival - 'Strong riot women' and the continuity of feminist subcultural participation - Parenthood and the transfer of capital in the northern soul scene.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 179-189) and index.
LCCN 2012285105
ISBN9781847888365 (hbk.)
ISBN1847888364 (hbk.)
ISBN9781847888358 (pbk.)
ISBN1847888356 (pbk.)
ISBN9780857850379 (ebook ; Individual)
ISBN0857850377 (ebook ; Individual)
ISBN9780857852953 (ebook ; Institutional)
ISBN0857852957 (ebook ; Institutional)

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