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Fight back : punk, politics and resistance

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Fight back : punk, politics and resistance
edited by the Subcultures Network
Manchester University Press
xi, 319 s., 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index
0719090296, 9780719090295
Introduction: From protest to resistance - Matthew Worley, Keith Gildart, Anna Gough-Yates, Paul Hodkinson, Sian Lincoln, Bill Osgerby, Lucy Robinson, John Street, Peter Webb PART I: I wanna be me: punk and identity 1. 'If you want to live, make sure you can fight': Fighting ... masculinity on the Russian punk scene - Hilary Pilkington 2. 'Oi! Oi! Oi!: Class, locality and British punk - Matthew Worley 3. Playing a-minor in the punk scene?: Exploring the articulation of identity by older women punks - Laura Way 4. Immigrant punk: The struggle for post-modern authenticity - Ivan Gololobov 5. Crass, subculture and class: The milieu culture of DIY punk - Peter Webb PART II: Transmission: Punk and place 6. 'Flowers of Evil': Ecosystem health and the punk poetry of John Cooper-Clarke - John Parham 7. Distortions in distance: Debates over cultural conventions in French punk - Jonathyne Briggs 8. Lo spirito continua: Torino and the Collettivo Punx Anarchici Giacomo Botta 9. Shared enemies, shared friends: The relational character of subcultural ideology in the case of Czech punks and skinheads - Hedvika Novotna and Martin Hermansky 10. Ostpunx: East German punk in its social, political and historical context - Aimar Ventsel PART III: When the punks go marching in: Punk, communication and production 11. Silver screen sedition: Auteurship and exploitation in the history of punk cinema - Bill Osgerby 12. 'Punk belongs to the punx, not business men!': British DIY punk as a form of cultural resistance - Michelle Liptrot 13. Normality kills: Discourses of normality and denormalisation in German punk lyrics - Melani Schroter 14. 'Militant entertainment'?: 'Crisis music' and political ephemera in the emergent 'structure of feeling', 1976-83 - Herbert Pimlott 15. Punk 'zines: 'Symbols of defiance' from the print to the digital age - Matt Grimes and Tim Wall Afterword: The cultural impact of punk: an interview with Jon Savage   Vis mere Vis mindre