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Practices of information and secrecy in a punk rock subculture

Jessica Lingel, Aaron Trammell, Joe Sanchez, Mor Naaman
2012 Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work - CSCW '12  
By examining the information practices of a punk-rock subculture, we investigate the limits of social media systems, particularly limits exposed by practices of secrecy.  ...  These findings are furthermore useful in their implications for design of applications sensitive to granular needs of users for secrecy.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was partially supported by a Nokia University Collaboration Award, and the National Science Foundation under award IIS-1017845.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2145204.2145230 dblp:conf/cscw/LingelTSN12 fatcat:bb3lr7n7kjalfa53fz27lj4y4m

Subculture: The Meaning of Style

Dick Hebdige
1995 Critical Quarterly  
in the signifying practices of the various subcultures.  ...  This break was both inscribed and re-enacted in the signifying practices embodied in punk style.  ...  Monk, Thelonius, 147n Montherlant, 168n moral panic, 88, and jazz, 47; and punk 142n, and mods, 93, 156n, 157n (see also transactional analysis) Morrison, A., 75, 113, 181, 182 Mungham, G., 108, 162n  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8705.1995.tb01063.x fatcat:juzttoiymngcnp2atco5wbqzbe

Making a Noise – Making a Difference: Techno-Punk and Terra-ism

Graham St John
2010 Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture  
Exploring how punk would become implicated in the cultural politics of a settler society struggling for legitimacy, it maps the ground out of which Labrats sound system (and their hybrid outfit Combat  ...  EDM creativity, and implicated in a movement for legitimate presence.  ...  While my description of "hardcore" encompasses that understood as a continuous punk practice, this conceptual development allows for an understanding of its affinity and contiguity with other subcultural  ... 
doi:10.12801/1947-5403.2010.01.02.01 fatcat:6agofj5sxbaebn3nmuiivfkh2i

The habitus of emotional sovereignty [chapter]

Nazima Kadir
2016 The autonomous life?  
Lara's comment illustrates the pervasive practice of gossip in the subculture.  ...  There is an ideal of open and non-judgmental discussion of sex, sexuality, and sexual practices in the squatters' subculture in comparison with a relatively more conservative and repressed view of sexuality  ...  You just got out of a relationship. You have to be careful because you don't know what you are doing. Lianne: You know, I was convinced for a while that he was in love with you.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781784997564.00008 fatcat:4f3ju4dzprdrtketaooypwmcwu

"Our Revolution Has Style": Contemporary Menstrual Product Activists "Doing Feminism" in the Third Wave

Chris Bobel
2006 Sex Roles  
To date, this activist agenda has received little scholarly attention, yet it promises to yield meaningful insight into so called Third Wave feminist theory and practice and reveal the resilience of a  ...  Contemporary menstrual product activism updates and modifies this tradition with the "do it yourself" ethic and anti-corporate philosophy of Punk culture and Third Wave feminist ideals of anti-essentialism  ...  In the 1970s, fans of Punk rock music started producing their own zines in which they discussed the genre and culture unique to Punk.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11199-006-9001-7 fatcat:334i6geznbawth6py2go4e3pzi

Digital divisions and the changing cultures of the music industries (or, the ironies of the artefact and invisibility)

Keith Negus
2015 Journal of Business Anthropology  
If, in retrospect, it was wishful thinking to assume fans and musicians united within a rock or hip-hop community or dance scene or punk subculture, so too it was misleading to believe that the so-called  ...  In popular journalism, criticism, and academic study, musicians and fans were routinely portrayed as united by a common affiliation-a community, subculture, or scene-and antagonistic to the demands and  ... 
doi:10.22439/jba.v4i1.4793 fatcat:wonrqpknivf5nm2y4csplciucu

3. Historical Pillars of the Violent American Far Right [chapter]

2019 American Zealots  
The first and most prominent of the bands performing this style of punk rock was Skrewdriver.  ...  In a subculture that for many years was composed of isolated, informal, and unstable cells, white power music was the unifying medium that enabled the formation of a cohesive ideological framework, including  ... 
doi:10.7312/perl16710-004 fatcat:gs2yb2wqinbrlelitq4s5brx3e

'Oop vir misinterpretasie': South African journalism's take-up and representation of the music of Fokofpolisiekar

Rebecca Kahn
2011 Ecquid Novi African Journalism Studies  
The music of Afrikaans punk band Fokofpolisiekar, however, has been a catalyst for public debate in both the Afrikaans and English print media, in editorial and opinion pages as well as in the news sections  ...  Popular music is rarely seen as a valid vehicle for public debate anywhere in the world, and especially in South Africa.  ...  This concept of "noise" is taken from Dick Hebidge's 1979 study of punk subculture Subculture: The Meaning of Style in which he suggests that subcultures: "…represent 'noise' (as opposed to sound): interference  ... 
doi:10.1080/02560054.2011.621295 fatcat:ejbdgzivwjd5nirdntq64sshoq

Organizing Anarchy: The Forgotten Zine Archive

2014 iConference 2014 Proceedings   unpublished
Specialist information archives, particularly in subcultural and non-institutional settings, present special considerations of local context, cultural appropriateness and use patterns.  ...  Once our field work was done at Seomra, we developed a set of more generalizable considerations, contributing to existing best practices in the domain of subcultural archiving.  ...  Subcultures may also have concerns about potentially leaking insider or incriminating information; as Lingel et al. examine in "Practices of information and secrecy in a punk rock subculture," many subcultures  ... 
doi:10.9776/14350 fatcat:lezfdg2ybrefhedz2a3xfbwcgy

'Extreme' music and graphic representation online

Andrew Whelan
2010 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society  
Previously obscure musical genres, traditionally mediated by tape trading, mail order and the like, become relatively public as they migrate into online environments.  ...  See you in a few years for your folk-rock phase, brohams [1] .  ...  Transgression, noise, and musical meaning 'Noise' is a genre of experimental electronic music which has its roots in the post-punk industrial scene of the late 1970s.  ... 
doi:10.1109/istas.2010.5514605 dblp:conf/istas/Whelan10 fatcat:3tthlgg4dzhhpklglgzqmnkcee

Role-Playing Games and the Christian Right: Community Formation in Response to a Moral Panic

David Waldron
2005 Journal of Religion and Popular Culture  
[1] Role-playing games (RPGs) are a form of interactive novel in which the protagonists create and control the actions of a cast of characters.  ...  by churches, the police, schools and governments during the height of the "moral panic" in the late 1980s and early 1990s.  ...  There was also a substantial moral panic and anti-RPG campaign in France but I have little information on its characteristics as yet.  ... 
doi:10.3138/jrpc.9.1.003 fatcat:rhpfsrnomnbctb73vwjca5u4e4

Presage: What Knowledge and Experience Higher Education Songwriting Students Bring to the Classroom

Diana Blom, Kim Poole
2015 IASPM@Journal  
sense of completion, and notions of "audience" and "market", findings about the songwriting skills and knowledge students bring to the classroom in the presage stage are discussed.  ...  Through a questionnaire seeking responses about student songwriting experience and process, lives in relation to lyrics, inspiration and compulsiveness, notation theory and craft, songwriting order and  ...  Johanna Piggott (in Kruger 2005: 462) , whose musical background was in art/punk rock, found she had to let go of this ideology when she began to achieve wider success with her songwriting: "The thing  ... 
doi:10.5429/2079-3871(2015)v5i1.10en fatcat:gbe2bajvwzfwrhqj4eclghmti4

Elham-Untold_Stories_of_Iranian_Hip_Hop-Final – Supplemental material for Untold Stories of DIY/Underground Iranian Rap Culture: The Legitimization of Iranian Hip-Hop and the Loss of Radical Potential

Andy Bennett, Elham Golpushnezhad
2018 Figshare  
Supplemental material, Elham-Untold_Stories_of_Iranian_Hip_Hop-Final for Untold Stories of DIY/Underground Iranian Rap Culture: The Legitimization of Iranian Hip-Hop and the Loss of Radical Potential by  ...  Elham Golpushnezhad in Cultural Sociology  ...  Najafi is a former rock artist who started rapping at the time of the Green Movement in Iran in 2009.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.6940451 fatcat:yi467ec6ize2bitt46yvv4sgum

COURAGE Country Reports

Ulf Brunnbauer, Jacqueline Nießer, Péter Apor, Sándor Horváth, Tamás Scheibner
2019 Zenodo  
The COURAGE country reports provide nation-specific data in a European frame of reference to categorize and compare the various collections on cultural opposition in the former socialist countries.  ...  Major actors, goals, and strategies are mapped, and major changes are put in the context of the political, legal, financial, and cultural conditions of the collections.  ...  List of Operating Institutions and Owners  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2546692 fatcat:t6rni4d5evb5pcstw7calp454a

\"A Different Starting Place\": DIY festival cycles as queer feminist music scenes

Cynthia C. Boucher
As a remedy, I suggest that ethnomusicological methods may benefit from understanding queer musical practices as rooted in ongoing queer cultural production, an optic which is both historically informed  ...  Although music scholarship has addressed queer topics in the past, a focus on lived experiences and community interactions has been notably absent in the literature.  ...  and The Cliks. Both groups perform rock and punk rock.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r39883301 fatcat:xtwyhwagwje7zn6qfqtu2oq4l4
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