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BOYS, BASS AND BOTHER

Hall

Oprawa:
TWARDA

Wydawca:
Palgrave Macmillan UK

ISBN:
9781137375100

419,96 PLN
Wysyłamy w 28 dni

Opis produktu

This book uses ethnographic research to examine the role of dance in the construction of identity in the distinctly British electronic dance music club culture of drum n bass. Dancing is revealed as the central way in which drum n bass clubbers construct and perform their identities which are informed although not defined by the club cultures histories. The intertextual and intercultural development of drum n bass musical and clubbing culture is shown to be represented in the dancing body prompting a challenge to the discourse of cultural appropriation. Popular representations of identities are embodied by drum n bass clubbers through affective transmission via the popular screen and in this process are revalued in their embodiment. Using a socially orientated understanding of intertextuality the popular dancing body is shown to be heterocorporeal: containing traces of prior meaning and logic yet replete with new meaning and signifi'div'1. Mapping the multifarious. 2. :Complex identities. 3. :Origin Unknown. 4. :Inner City Life. 5. :Original Nuttah. 6. :Super Sharp Shooter. 7. :Heterocorporealit'''b'Joanna Hall'/b' has published her research in ''Bodies of Sound: Studies Across Popular Music and Dance'/' (eds. Dodds & Cook 2013) and ''Decentring Dancing Texts: The Challenge of Interpreting Dances'/' (ed. Lansdale 2008). She has worked within UK higher education since 2004 including her most recent post as Head of Dance at Kingston University LondoThis book uses ethnographic research to examine the role of dance in the construction of identity in the distinctly British electronic dance music club culture of drum n bass. Dancing is revealed as the central way in which drum n bass clubbers construct and perform their identities which are informed although not defined by the club cultures histories. The intertextual and intercultural development of drum n bass musical and clubbing culture is shown to be represented in the dancing body prompting a challenge to the discourse of cultural appropriation. Popular representations of identities are embodied by drum n bass clubbers through affective transmission via the popular screen and in this process are revalued in their embodiment. Using a socially orientated understanding of intertextuality the popular dancing body is shown to be heterocorporeal: containing traces of prior meaning and logic yet replete with new meaning and signifiExplores dancing as a mode of identity performance in the British drum n bass club culture'div''br''/div''div'Shows that the dancing body blends prior meaning with new significance'/div''div''br''/div''div'Challenges the various labels and distinctions attached to certain types of dance m

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