The Lost Women of Rock Music - Female Musicians of the Punk Era (second edition) - Helen Reddington

The Lost Women of Rock Music - Female Musicians of the Punk Era (second edition) - Helen Reddington

The Social Context: Academic Writing on Subcultures, the Rock Press and “Women in Music”

The Lost Women of Rock Music - Female Musicians of the Punk Era (second edition) - Helen Reddington

Helen Reddington [+-]
University of East London
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Helen Reddington is Senior Lecturer in Music Production at the University of East London, UK.

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I will start this chapter with an exploration of attitudes expressed by writers in various relevant fields who explore youth subcultures, deviance and moral panics – the rules and actions of young people that differentiate them from their elders, and the attempts by their elders to define, control and assimilate these differences, generation upon generation; these studies focus almost completely on the activities of young men, probably because the writers, as men, can identify with the rites of passage they are documenting.

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Reddington, Helen. The Social Context: Academic Writing on Subcultures, the Rock Press and “Women in Music”. The Lost Women of Rock Music - Female Musicians of the Punk Era (second edition). Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 157 - 177 Apr 2012. ISBN 9781845539573. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=19555. Date accessed: 14 Dec 2018 doi: 10.1558/equinox.19555. Apr 2012

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