Subculture to Clubcultures: An Introduction to Popular Cultural Studies
December 1997, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Subculture:.
1. The Politics of Football Hooliganism.
2. Keeping Off the Grass.
3. The Soccer War.
4. Thatcher's Boys (Next Door).
Part II: Subculture into Clubculture:.
5. The Rehabilitation of Football.
6. The New (Football) Men.
7. Shamble On.
8. What's so Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding?.
9. The Age of Rock.
10. Down the Tube: Pop on Television.
12. Pop Time, Acid House.
13. Lager Louts and the English Disease.
14. Moynihan Brings Out the Hooligan in Me.
Part III: Clubcultures:.
16. Oh Manchester, So Much to Answer For.
17. Licensed to Thrill.
18. The Last Generation?.
20. Oasis: (What's the Story) Manchester's Glory?.
* Presents a broad-ranging history from the post-Punk era of the late 70's through the 80's to the internationalisation -- or globalisation -- of sport and music influenced youth and dance clubcultures of the 1990s.
* This history is based on first-hand research and unique archive collections of music, video, fanzines memorabilia and personal interviews.
* Supported by suggestions for further reading and a comprehensive discography.