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The politics of punk

David A. Ensminger

The politics of punk

protest and revolt from the streets

by David A. Ensminger

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social aspects,
  • Punk culture,
  • Political aspects,
  • Punk rock music

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-217) and index.

    StatementDavid Ensminger
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3918.R63 E56 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 227 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27219250M
    ISBN 101442254440
    ISBN 109781442254442
    LC Control Number2016002706
    OCLC/WorldCa936549260

    Punk has long been viewed as a subculture of anger, disruption, and alternative political and lifestyle choices. In The Politics of Punk: Protest and Revolt from the Streets (Rowman and Littlefield, ) David Ensminger examines the various ways in which punk has created connections to various activist communities. Using interviews with musicians and subculture participants, oral histories.   The Poetry of Punk is an investigation into the Anglophone punk culture, specifically in the UK and the US, where punk originated in the mids, its focus being on the song lyrics written and performed by punk rock and hardcore artists.

    Working for the Clampdown: The Clash, the Dawn of Neoliberalism and the Political Promise of Punk by COULTER (, Hardcover) for sale online | eBay. Punk rock has long been equated with the ever-shifting concepts of dissent, disruption, and counter-cultural activities. As a result, since its s and s incarnations, when bands in Britain-from The Clash and Sex Pistols to Angelic Upstarts, U.K. Subs, and Crass-offered alternative political convictions and subversive lifestyle choices, the media has often deemed punk a threat. Bands.

    Lawrence Grossberg, "The Politics of Youth Culture: Some Observations on Rock and Roll in American Culture." Social Text (Winter, ) p. Deena Weinstein, "Rock Protest Songs: So Many and So Few" in The Resisting Muse: Popular Music and Social Protest, . In a chapter entitled “‘I Won’t Let That Dago By:’ Rethinking Punk and Racism,” Sabin attempts to correct what he views as a myth concerning punk’s affiliation with anti-racist and left wing politics and ideas. 1 There are two prongs to his argument. The first is a critique of the thoroughness and uniformity of punk.


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Stephen Duncombe (Editor), Maxwell Tremblay (Editor), Steven Lee Beeber (Goodreads Author) (Contributor) Rating details ratings 12 reviews. From the Clash to Los Crudos, skinheads to afro-punks, the punk rock movement has been obsessed by race/5(12). White Riot is the definitive study of the subject, collecting first-person writing, lyrics, letters to zines, and analyses of punk history from across the globe.

This book brings together writing from leading critics such as Greil Marcus and Dick Hebdige, personal reflections from punk pioneers such as Jimmy Pursey, Darryl Jenifer and Mimi Nguyen, and reports on punk scenes from Toronto to Jakarta.3/5(3).

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Her self-titled debut album. Colin Revolting was in his first punk band in while still at school in London. Despite being from a revolutionary socialist family it was punk rock and fighting racism that drew Colin to his own revolutionary politics.

A life of agitation, both cultural and political, continues to this day with the theatre company Revolting Peasants. Punk ideologies are a group of varied social and political beliefs associated with the punk subculture and punk its original incarnation, the punk subculture originated out of working class angst and the frustrations many youth were feeling about economic inequality and the bourgeois hypocrisy and neglect of working people and their struggles.

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The punk politics of Crass and the UK’s other leading anarcho-punk outfits, such as Poison Girls and Conflict, also stood in vehement opposition to the British Conservative government, led by. Post-Punk, Politics and Pleasure in Britain explores how post-punk’s politics developed into the s.

Illustrating that the movement’s monochrome gloom was illuminated by residual flickers of countercultural utopianism, it situates post-punk in the ideological crossfire of a key political struggle of the era: a battle over pleasure and freedom between emerging Thatcherism and libertarian, feminist and.

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In this multifarious underground, Pynchonesque misfits rant and rave, fans eulogize, hobbyists obsess.Punk Rock and the Politics of Place: Building a Better Tomorrow. Jeffrey S. Debies-Carl, University of New Haven. Routledge Advances in Sociology (Book ) Description.

This book is an ethnographic investigation of punk subculture as well as a treatise on the importance of place: a location with both physical form and cultural meaning.

This book brings together writing from leading critics such as Greil Marcus and Dick Hebdige, personal reflections from punk pioneers such as Jimmy Pursey, Darryl Jenifer and Mimi Nguyen, and reports on punk scenes from Toronto to Jakarta.