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The Rolling Stones: Sociological Perspectives

Juvenile


by
Helmut Staubmann (Editor), Matteo Bortolini (Collaborator) and Andrea Baker (Collaborator)

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 254 pages

File size: 5.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The Rolling Stones: Sociological Perspectives, edited by Helmut Staubmann, draws from a broad spectrum of sociological perspectives to contribute both to the understanding of the phenomenon Rolling Stones and to an in-depth analysis of contemporary society and culture that takes The Stones a starting point. The contributors approach the Rolling Stones from a range of social science perspectives including cultural studies, communication and film studies, gender studies, and the sociology of popular music. The chapters in this volume focus on the question of how the worldwide success of the Rolling Stones over the course of more than half a century reflects society and the transformation of popular culture.

The Rolling Stones: Sociological Perspectives, edited by Helmut Staubmann, draws from a broad spectrum of sociological perspectives to contribute both to the understanding of the phenomenon Rolling Stones and to an in-depth analysis of contemporary society and culture that takes The Stones a starting point. The contributors approach the Rolling Stones from a range of social science perspectives including cultural studies, communication and film studies, gender studies,… (more)

The Rolling Stones: Sociological Perspectives, edited by Helmut Staubmann, draws from a broad spectrum of sociological perspectives to contribute both to the understanding of the phenomenon Rolling Stones and to an in-depth analysis of contemporary society and culture that takes The Stones a starting point. The contributors approach the Rolling Stones from a range of social science perspectives including cultural studies, communication and film studies, gender studies, and the sociology of popular music. The chapters in this volume focus on the question of how the worldwide success of the Rolling Stones over the course of more than half a century reflects society and the transformation of popular culture.

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