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The Resource Contemporary youth culture : an international encyclopedia, edited by Shirley Steinberg, Priya Parmar, and Birgit Richard ; Christine Quail, assistant editor

Contemporary youth culture : an international encyclopedia, edited by Shirley Steinberg, Priya Parmar, and Birgit Richard ; Christine Quail, assistant editor

Label
Contemporary youth culture : an international encyclopedia
Title
Contemporary youth culture
Title remainder
an international encyclopedia
Statement of responsibility
edited by Shirley Steinberg, Priya Parmar, and Birgit Richard ; Christine Quail, assistant editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Youth as a unique group is a 20th century idea. The changes wrought worldwide by WWII, propelled adolescence to a status and identity that coincided with unparalleled economic growth. While developmental psychologists refined their theories of normal growth and maturation, society and the media were at work constructing youth as consumers, thereby liberating them from traditional family controls. An increasingly smaller world impinges mightily on the culture of youth. An international and inter-disciplinary roster of experts shed light on today's youth culture by exploring such topics as hip hop culture; punk culture; social justice movements; video games; political activism; language and identity; post-feminism; television; rites of passage; heterosexuality and homosexuality; race and ethnicity; social class; poetry and literature; visual art; conceptions of beauty and body image; academics; sports; drugs; families; refugee youth; the Internet; youth journalism; fashion; and violence. Adults and adolescents will find this authoritative and reliable guide accessible and fascinating. In addition to excellent essays, users will find a timeline of contemporaneous international developments in youth culture. An introductory essay places youth in historical and contemporary contexts and underscores the notion that despite their power as consumers in a market-oriented world, youth are still seen--and see themselves--in contradictory ways. In short, this work brings new understanding to the complex and fluid phenomenon of youth culture
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.23509/045
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ796
LC item number
.C8154 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • encyclopedias
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Steinberg, Shirley R.
  • Parmar, Priya
  • Richard, Birgit
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  • Youth
  • Youth
  • Popular culture
  • Subculture
  • Jeunesse
  • Jeunesse
  • Culture populaire
  • Subculture
  • Jugendkultur
Label
Contemporary youth culture : an international encyclopedia, edited by Shirley Steinberg, Priya Parmar, and Birgit Richard ; Christine Quail, assistant editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Bart Vautour
  • Hip hop globalization and youth culture
  • Jennifer Kelly
  • Language and identity in youth culture
  • Stacey Duncan
  • Language and talk
  • David Poveda
  • Problematizing the "problem" teen : reconceptualizing adolescent development
  • Kathryn Herr
  • Adolescent rites of passage
  • v. 1.
  • Lynn M. Hoffman
  • On youth and psychological investment
  • Anthony M. Roselli
  • Stepfamilies in the United States
  • Keisha McGhee Love
  • Blending youth and organizational cultures
  • MTV : killing the radio star
  • Joe L. Kincheloe
  • Three-minute clip culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • Oh puhleeze? : learning youth culture
  • Techno/house, hip hop clubs, and videos
  • Birgit Richard and Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • Advertising and German MTV
  • Klaus Neumann-Braun
  • Ageism, stereotypes, television
  • Myrna Hant
  • Raising world citizens : news programming for youth in the United States and the lost language of democracy
  • Carl Bybee
  • Steal this article
  • Peter Dachille Jr.
  • Rebecca A. Goldstein
  • Dorama : Japanese TV
  • Serena Parris Larrain
  • Youth culture and video games
  • Roymieco A. Carter
  • Japanese electronic game culture
  • Machiko Kusahara
  • Otaku
  • Lawrence Eng
  • Manga
  • Michele Knobel and Colin Lankshear
  • Youth subcultures, postmodernism, and the media
  • Anime
  • Lien Shen
  • Instant messaging and identity
  • Gloria E. Jacobs
  • Cyberchicks and netgrrls : female net culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • Jammer girl and the World Wide Web
  • Debra Merskin
  • Online hip hop culture
  • Jannis K. Androutsopoulos
  • David Muggleton
  • Kinderculture and marketing : from toys to Harry Potter
  • Peter Pericles Trifonas and Effie Balomenos
  • Disney and consumer culture
  • Christine Quail
  • Cripqueers and the land of make-believe
  • Santiago Solis
  • Queer youth and the media
  • Rob Linne
  • A critical geography of youth culture
  • Robert J. Helfenbein
  • Global youth
  • Bart Vautour
  • Jungkang Kim
  • French immersion students in Canada
  • Josee Makropoulos
  • Pop fiction and literacy
  • Grant Wilson and Peter Pericles Trifonas
  • Youth culture and creative literacy
  • Pam Joyce
  • Organized youth sport and its alternatives
  • Handel Kashope Wright and Tatiana V. Ryba
  • C.H.A.O.S.
  • The metrosexual and youth culture
  • Mary E. Weems
  • Young organic intellectuals in NYC
  • Regina Bernard
  • Rodney E. Lippard
  • Teddy boys
  • Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • The importance of idols in adolescence
  • Birgit Richard and Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • Remix culture
  • Bart Vautour
  • Industrial culture
  • v. 2.
  • Birgit Richard
  • Industrial bands
  • Birgit Richard
  • Reggae
  • Olaf Karnik
  • Emo music and youth culture
  • Brian Bailey
  • Discos : from liberation to commodification of pleasure
  • Elena Duque
  • Techno and house cultures
  • Alternative girl culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • The elements and eras of hip hop culture
  • James Peterson
  • Hip hop, wiggahs, and whiteness
  • Melanie E.L. Bush
  • Check me? No check you!
  • Regina Bernard
  • Fashion, brands, and logos
  • Birgit Richard
  • Retro
  • Birgit Richard
  • Heike Jenss
  • Fashion and techno-style
  • Birgit Richard
  • Wearables
  • Birgit Richard
  • Piercing
  • Gabriele Mentges
  • Goth
  • Birgit Richard
  • Skateboarding : between mainstream and punk rock
  • Eating disorders and sexuality
  • Curry Malott
  • Air & style snowboarding contest
  • Klaus Neumann-Braun and Axel Schmidt
  • Paintball : from marking trees to sport
  • Shirley R. Steinberg
  • Public pedagogy as spectacle : the case of professional wrestling
  • Peter Pericles Trifonas
  • Youth mobilization : strength in numbers
  • Faith Bynoe
  • Kids against capital
  • Ellen Essick
  • Pepi Leistyna
  • Guerrilla journalism
  • Drew Traulsen
  • Youth peace-builders in community organizations
  • Leonisa Ardizzone
  • Youth in the Black Panther Party
  • J. Vern Cromartie
  • A Borikua guerrero youth organizing
  • Joseph Carroll-Miranda
  • SLAM! : genre for social activism
  • Exploring the culture of "sluthood" among adolescents
  • Stacey Miller
  • Feminist's daughters
  • Ainhoa Flecha
  • Third wave feminism
  • Rhonda Hammer
  • Contemporary punk rock and activism
  • Leonisa Ardizzone
  • The power of rap as a form of literacy
  • Priya Parmar
  • Hip hop and education
  • Wendy Walter-Bailey and Jesse Goodman
  • Rob Haworth, Joseph Carroll-Miranda, and Eric Alvarez
  • Transformations through hip hop
  • Mary Stone Hanley
  • I write for that shy little girl : spoken word's power to document
  • Shiv Desai and Tyson Marsh
  • Youth led research
  • Rebecca L. Carver and Jonathon London
  • A meeting of minds
  • Shula Klinger
  • The aesthetic dimension of youth culture education
  • Queer punk
  • Leila E. Villaverde
  • Punk performances at Liberty High School
  • Rebecca Skulnick
  • Refugee youth : at home, in school, in the community
  • Elizabeth Quintero
  • Identity formation and academic achievement "pieced" together
  • Ruthann Mayes-Elma
  • The beauty incident
  • Carolina Mancuso
  • English and U.S. culture
  • Poetry and lyrics -- Preface: Why study youth culture -- Section One. Studying Youth Culture: LYRICS -- Why Study Youth Culture? -- Oh Puhleeze? Learning Youth Culture -- Youth Subcultures, Postmodernism, and the Media -- A Critical Geography of Youth Culture -- Global Youth -- Hip Hop Globalization and Youth Culture -- Language and Identity in Youth Culture -- Language and Talk -- Problematizing the "Problem" Teen: Reconceptualizing Adolescent Development -- Adolescent Rites of Passage -- On Youth and Psychological Investment -- Stepfamilies in the United States -- Blending Youth and Organizational Cultures -- Section Two. Media Culture and Youth: MTV: Killing the Radion Star -- Three-Minute Clip Culture -- Techno/House, Hip Hop Clubs and Videos -- Advertising and German MTV -- Ageism, Stereotypes, Television -- Raising World Citizens: News Programming for Youth in the United States and the Lost Language of Democracy -- Steal this Article -- Dorama: Japanese TV -- Youth Culture and Video Games -- Japanese Electronic Game Culture -- Otaku -- Manga -- Anime -- Instant Messaging and Identity -- Cyberchicks and Netgrrls: Female Net Culture -- Jammer Girl and the World Wide Web -- Online Hip Hop Culture -- Kinderculture and Marketing: From Toys to Harry Potter -- Disney and Consumer Culture -- Cripqueers and the Land of Make-Believe -- Queer Youth and the Media -- Section Three. Youth Identities and Subcultures -- Alternative Girl Culture -- Eating Disorders and Sexuality -- Exploring the Culture of "Sluthood" Among Adolescents -- Queer Punk -- The Metrosexual and Youth Culture -- Teddy Boys -- The Importance of Idols in Adolescence -- Remix Culture -- Industrial Culture -- Industrial Bands -- Reggae -- Emo Music and Youth Culture -- Discos: From Liberation to Commodification of Pleasure -- Techno and House Cultures -- The Elements and Eras of Hip Hop Culture -- Hip Hop, Wiggahs, and Whiteness -- Check Me/?...No Check You! -- Fashion Brands and Logos -- Retro -- Fashion and Techno-Style -- Wearables -- Piercing -- Goth -- Skateboarding: Between Mainstream and Punk Rock -- Air & Style Snowboarding Contest -- Paintball: From Marking Trees to Sport -- Public Pedagogy as Spectacle: The Case of Professional Wrestling -- Section Four. Politics and Youth Activism -- Youth Mobilization: Strength in Numbers -- Kids Against Capital -- Guerrilla Journalism -- Youth Peace-builders in Community Organizations -- Youth in the Black Panther Party -- A Borikua Guerrero Youth Organizing Joseph -- SLAM! Genre for Social Activism -- Feminists' Daughters -- Third Wave Feminism -- Contemporary Punk Rock and Activism -- Section Five. Teaching and Learning In and Out of School -- The Power of Rap as a Form of Literacy -- Hip Hop and Education -- Transformations through Hip Hop -- I Write for That Shy Little Girl: Spoken Word's Power to Document -- Youth Led Research -- A Meeting of Minds -- The Aesthetic Dimension of Youth Culture Education -- Punk Performances at Liberty High School -- Refugee Youth: At Home, In School, In the Community -- Identity Formation and Academic Achievement 2Pieced3 Together -- The Beauty Incident -- English and U.S. Culture -- French Immersion Students in Canada -- Pop Fiction and Literacy -- Youth Culture and Creative Literacy -- Organized Youth Sport and Its Alternatives -- C.H.A.O.S. -- Young Organic Intellectuals in NYC
Control code
61463631
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xviii, 674 pages)
Isbn
9780313327162
Isbn Type
(set : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005025482
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)61463631
Label
Contemporary youth culture : an international encyclopedia, edited by Shirley Steinberg, Priya Parmar, and Birgit Richard ; Christine Quail, assistant editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Bart Vautour
  • Hip hop globalization and youth culture
  • Jennifer Kelly
  • Language and identity in youth culture
  • Stacey Duncan
  • Language and talk
  • David Poveda
  • Problematizing the "problem" teen : reconceptualizing adolescent development
  • Kathryn Herr
  • Adolescent rites of passage
  • v. 1.
  • Lynn M. Hoffman
  • On youth and psychological investment
  • Anthony M. Roselli
  • Stepfamilies in the United States
  • Keisha McGhee Love
  • Blending youth and organizational cultures
  • MTV : killing the radio star
  • Joe L. Kincheloe
  • Three-minute clip culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • Oh puhleeze? : learning youth culture
  • Techno/house, hip hop clubs, and videos
  • Birgit Richard and Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • Advertising and German MTV
  • Klaus Neumann-Braun
  • Ageism, stereotypes, television
  • Myrna Hant
  • Raising world citizens : news programming for youth in the United States and the lost language of democracy
  • Carl Bybee
  • Steal this article
  • Peter Dachille Jr.
  • Rebecca A. Goldstein
  • Dorama : Japanese TV
  • Serena Parris Larrain
  • Youth culture and video games
  • Roymieco A. Carter
  • Japanese electronic game culture
  • Machiko Kusahara
  • Otaku
  • Lawrence Eng
  • Manga
  • Michele Knobel and Colin Lankshear
  • Youth subcultures, postmodernism, and the media
  • Anime
  • Lien Shen
  • Instant messaging and identity
  • Gloria E. Jacobs
  • Cyberchicks and netgrrls : female net culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • Jammer girl and the World Wide Web
  • Debra Merskin
  • Online hip hop culture
  • Jannis K. Androutsopoulos
  • David Muggleton
  • Kinderculture and marketing : from toys to Harry Potter
  • Peter Pericles Trifonas and Effie Balomenos
  • Disney and consumer culture
  • Christine Quail
  • Cripqueers and the land of make-believe
  • Santiago Solis
  • Queer youth and the media
  • Rob Linne
  • A critical geography of youth culture
  • Robert J. Helfenbein
  • Global youth
  • Bart Vautour
  • Jungkang Kim
  • French immersion students in Canada
  • Josee Makropoulos
  • Pop fiction and literacy
  • Grant Wilson and Peter Pericles Trifonas
  • Youth culture and creative literacy
  • Pam Joyce
  • Organized youth sport and its alternatives
  • Handel Kashope Wright and Tatiana V. Ryba
  • C.H.A.O.S.
  • The metrosexual and youth culture
  • Mary E. Weems
  • Young organic intellectuals in NYC
  • Regina Bernard
  • Rodney E. Lippard
  • Teddy boys
  • Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • The importance of idols in adolescence
  • Birgit Richard and Heinz-Hermann Kruger
  • Remix culture
  • Bart Vautour
  • Industrial culture
  • v. 2.
  • Birgit Richard
  • Industrial bands
  • Birgit Richard
  • Reggae
  • Olaf Karnik
  • Emo music and youth culture
  • Brian Bailey
  • Discos : from liberation to commodification of pleasure
  • Elena Duque
  • Techno and house cultures
  • Alternative girl culture
  • Birgit Richard
  • The elements and eras of hip hop culture
  • James Peterson
  • Hip hop, wiggahs, and whiteness
  • Melanie E.L. Bush
  • Check me? No check you!
  • Regina Bernard
  • Fashion, brands, and logos
  • Birgit Richard
  • Retro
  • Birgit Richard
  • Heike Jenss
  • Fashion and techno-style
  • Birgit Richard
  • Wearables
  • Birgit Richard
  • Piercing
  • Gabriele Mentges
  • Goth
  • Birgit Richard
  • Skateboarding : between mainstream and punk rock
  • Eating disorders and sexuality
  • Curry Malott
  • Air & style snowboarding contest
  • Klaus Neumann-Braun and Axel Schmidt
  • Paintball : from marking trees to sport
  • Shirley R. Steinberg
  • Public pedagogy as spectacle : the case of professional wrestling
  • Peter Pericles Trifonas
  • Youth mobilization : strength in numbers
  • Faith Bynoe
  • Kids against capital
  • Ellen Essick
  • Pepi Leistyna
  • Guerrilla journalism
  • Drew Traulsen
  • Youth peace-builders in community organizations
  • Leonisa Ardizzone
  • Youth in the Black Panther Party
  • J. Vern Cromartie
  • A Borikua guerrero youth organizing
  • Joseph Carroll-Miranda
  • SLAM! : genre for social activism
  • Exploring the culture of "sluthood" among adolescents
  • Stacey Miller
  • Feminist's daughters
  • Ainhoa Flecha
  • Third wave feminism
  • Rhonda Hammer
  • Contemporary punk rock and activism
  • Leonisa Ardizzone
  • The power of rap as a form of literacy
  • Priya Parmar
  • Hip hop and education
  • Wendy Walter-Bailey and Jesse Goodman
  • Rob Haworth, Joseph Carroll-Miranda, and Eric Alvarez
  • Transformations through hip hop
  • Mary Stone Hanley
  • I write for that shy little girl : spoken word's power to document
  • Shiv Desai and Tyson Marsh
  • Youth led research
  • Rebecca L. Carver and Jonathon London
  • A meeting of minds
  • Shula Klinger
  • The aesthetic dimension of youth culture education
  • Queer punk
  • Leila E. Villaverde
  • Punk performances at Liberty High School
  • Rebecca Skulnick
  • Refugee youth : at home, in school, in the community
  • Elizabeth Quintero
  • Identity formation and academic achievement "pieced" together
  • Ruthann Mayes-Elma
  • The beauty incident
  • Carolina Mancuso
  • English and U.S. culture
  • Poetry and lyrics -- Preface: Why study youth culture -- Section One. Studying Youth Culture: LYRICS -- Why Study Youth Culture? -- Oh Puhleeze? Learning Youth Culture -- Youth Subcultures, Postmodernism, and the Media -- A Critical Geography of Youth Culture -- Global Youth -- Hip Hop Globalization and Youth Culture -- Language and Identity in Youth Culture -- Language and Talk -- Problematizing the "Problem" Teen: Reconceptualizing Adolescent Development -- Adolescent Rites of Passage -- On Youth and Psychological Investment -- Stepfamilies in the United States -- Blending Youth and Organizational Cultures -- Section Two. Media Culture and Youth: MTV: Killing the Radion Star -- Three-Minute Clip Culture -- Techno/House, Hip Hop Clubs and Videos -- Advertising and German MTV -- Ageism, Stereotypes, Television -- Raising World Citizens: News Programming for Youth in the United States and the Lost Language of Democracy -- Steal this Article -- Dorama: Japanese TV -- Youth Culture and Video Games -- Japanese Electronic Game Culture -- Otaku -- Manga -- Anime -- Instant Messaging and Identity -- Cyberchicks and Netgrrls: Female Net Culture -- Jammer Girl and the World Wide Web -- Online Hip Hop Culture -- Kinderculture and Marketing: From Toys to Harry Potter -- Disney and Consumer Culture -- Cripqueers and the Land of Make-Believe -- Queer Youth and the Media -- Section Three. Youth Identities and Subcultures -- Alternative Girl Culture -- Eating Disorders and Sexuality -- Exploring the Culture of "Sluthood" Among Adolescents -- Queer Punk -- The Metrosexual and Youth Culture -- Teddy Boys -- The Importance of Idols in Adolescence -- Remix Culture -- Industrial Culture -- Industrial Bands -- Reggae -- Emo Music and Youth Culture -- Discos: From Liberation to Commodification of Pleasure -- Techno and House Cultures -- The Elements and Eras of Hip Hop Culture -- Hip Hop, Wiggahs, and Whiteness -- Check Me/?...No Check You! -- Fashion Brands and Logos -- Retro -- Fashion and Techno-Style -- Wearables -- Piercing -- Goth -- Skateboarding: Between Mainstream and Punk Rock -- Air & Style Snowboarding Contest -- Paintball: From Marking Trees to Sport -- Public Pedagogy as Spectacle: The Case of Professional Wrestling -- Section Four. Politics and Youth Activism -- Youth Mobilization: Strength in Numbers -- Kids Against Capital -- Guerrilla Journalism -- Youth Peace-builders in Community Organizations -- Youth in the Black Panther Party -- A Borikua Guerrero Youth Organizing Joseph -- SLAM! Genre for Social Activism -- Feminists' Daughters -- Third Wave Feminism -- Contemporary Punk Rock and Activism -- Section Five. Teaching and Learning In and Out of School -- The Power of Rap as a Form of Literacy -- Hip Hop and Education -- Transformations through Hip Hop -- I Write for That Shy Little Girl: Spoken Word's Power to Document -- Youth Led Research -- A Meeting of Minds -- The Aesthetic Dimension of Youth Culture Education -- Punk Performances at Liberty High School -- Refugee Youth: At Home, In School, In the Community -- Identity Formation and Academic Achievement 2Pieced3 Together -- The Beauty Incident -- English and U.S. Culture -- French Immersion Students in Canada -- Pop Fiction and Literacy -- Youth Culture and Creative Literacy -- Organized Youth Sport and Its Alternatives -- C.H.A.O.S. -- Young Organic Intellectuals in NYC
Control code
61463631
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xviii, 674 pages)
Isbn
9780313327162
Isbn Type
(set : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005025482
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)61463631

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