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Title Popular music studies / edited by David Hesmondhalgh and Keith Negus.
Published London : Arnold;New York : Distributed in the United States of America by Oxford University Press, 2002
Detail ix, 272 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Hesmondhalgh, David
  Negus, Keith
  Ballantine, Christopher. Music, masculinity and migrancy under early apartheid: gender and popular song in South Africa, c. 1948-1960
  Tatit, Luiz. Analysing popular songs
  Griffiths, Dai. Cover versions and the sound of identity in motion
  Brackett, David. (In search of) musical meaning: genres, categories and crossover
  Hesmondhalgh, David. Popular music studies: meaning, power and value
  Huq, Rupa. Raving, not drowning: authenticity, pleasure and politics in the electronic dance music scene
  Maxwell, Ian. The curse of fandom: insiders, outsiders and ethnography
  Hesmondhalgh, David. Popular music audiences and everyday life
  Kassabian, Anahid. Ubiquitous listening
  Toynbee, Jason. Mainstreaming, from hegemonic centre to global networks
  Straw, Will. Value and velocity: the 12-inch single as medium and artifact
  Negus, Ketih. Creativity and musical experience
  Guilbault, Jocelyne. The politics of calypso in a world of music industries
  Roman-Velazquez, Patria. Locating salsa
  Hosokawa, Shuhei. Blacking Japanese: experiencing otherness from afar
  Zuberi, Nabeel. India song: popular music genres since economic liberalization
  Regev, Motti. The 'pop-rockization' of popular music
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