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Goths, Gamers, and Grrrls offers a concise and engaging introduction to deviance and subculture studies. Each chapter examines a contemporary youth subculture while exploring theoretical concepts. Skinhead, punk rock/hardcore/straight edge, hip hop, heavy metal, virginity pledgers, Goths, gamers and hackers, fic writers, and riot grrls illuminate sociological concepts with examples relevant to contemporary students. The book addresses topics such as symbolic interactionist theory, status hierarchy, the role of style and politics in music scenes, enacting race and gender, moral panics, positive deviance, social stigma, the components of a virtual subculture, and more. Each chapter points readers to further resources, including websites, films, and books. The book concludes with discussions of resistance, commodification, and what happens as subcultural youth age.
Ross Haenfler is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Mississippi. He is the coauthor of the Better World Handbook: Small Changes that Make a Big Difference (2007) and Straight Edge: Clean Living Youth, Hardcore Punk, and Social Change (2006).
Table of Contents
|Skinheads-The Symbolism of Style and Ritual||p. 17|
|Punk Rock, Hardcore, and Straight Edge-Status and Hierarchy in Subcultures||p. 31|
|Hip Hop-"Doing" Gender and Race in Subcultures||p. 45|
|Heavy Metal-Moral Panics, Satanic Scares, and Moral Entrepreneurs||p. 61|
|Virginity Pledgers-Religion, Sexual Identity, and Positive Deviance||p. 77|
|Goth-Stigma and Stigma Management||p. 91|
|Gamers, Hackers, and Facebook-Computer Cultures, Virtual Community, and Postmodern Identity||p. 105|
|Riot Grrrls and Fic Writers-Girls Take on the Media||p. 123|
|Questions and Conclusions-Resistance, Commodification, and Growing up||p. 137|
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