Popular Music and Society

Wiley, 12.07.1995 - 277 Seiten
  • A new edition of a popular and well respected textbook.
  • Has been thoroughly revised and updated, with over a third of the book being new material and including a new final chapter on new technologies and everyday life consumption of music.
  • Pitched at an introductory level, with lots of examples, extracts and figures for illustration.
  • Is designed to map as required reading on popular music courses, which are usually found in media and cultural studies or sociology departments.

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Über den Autor (1995)

Brian Longhurst is lecturer in sociology at the University of Salford. His previous books include Karl Mannheim and the Contemporary Sociology of Knowledge (1989) and Discourse, Power and Justice: A new Approach to the Socilogy of Imprisonment (co-author, 1994).

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