Table of contents introduction ageing and youth cultures andy bennett griffith university and paul hodkinson university of surrey uk part one ageing image and identity more than the xs on my hands older straight edgers and the meaning of style ross haenfler university of mississippi usa performances of post youth sexual identities in queer scenes jodie taylor griffith university . What happens to punks clubbers goths riot grrls soulies break dancers and queer scene participants as they become older for decades research on spectacular youth cultures has understood such groups as adolescent phenomena and assumed that involvement ceases with the onset of adulthood in an age of increasingly complex life trajectories ageing and youth cultures is the first . Notably the title of the edited collection ageing and youth cultures music style and identity also clearly still centres on youth as something of a default age identity for musical engagement with ageing being relative to an apparently stable marker of a universal sense of youth the introduction to the volume also introduces . Paul hodkinson is a sociologist whose work is focused upon youth cultures online communications and on the relationships between media and cultural identities he is author of media culture and society and goth identity style and subculture he is also co editor of youth cultures scenes subcultures and tribes and ageing and youth cultures. Ageing and youth cultures music style and identity london new york berg 208 pp isbn 978 1 84788 835 8 paperback reviewed by yves laberge what happened to all these young angry men and women who survived the punk era and grew old they probably got grey hair raised kids and are still listening to music perhaps attending raves or
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