Popular Music StudieseBook - 2002
Introduces students to the most significant debates in the field, offering fresh perspectives and suggesting new directions. Genuinely interdisciplinary on scope, the book outlines the history and development of popular music studies while offering and unprecedentedly international perspective on popular music, featuring writers from North and South America, Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Combining insights from media and cultural studies, sociology, music analysis, ethnomusicology, and performance studies, the essays cover textual analysis, place and space, production, consumption, and everyday life.
Publisher: London : Arnold; New York : Distributed in the United States of America by Oxford University Press, 2002
Characteristics: ix, 272 pages : illustrations 24 cm