The Routledge Reader on the Sociology of Music (książka)

W wydawnictwie Routledge na początku 2015 roku ukazała się książka „The Routledge Reader on the Sociology of Music” pod redakcją Johna Shepherda i Kyle’a Devine’a.

Jak czytamy w nocie wydawniczej, książka jest pierwszym (od wielu lat!) zbiorem lektur źródłowych. Zawiera także nowe eseje podejmujące najnowsze trendy w socjologii muzyki: „Interest in music sociology has increased dramatically over the past decade, yet there is no anthology of essential and introductory readings. The volume includes a comprehensive survey of the field’s history, current state and future research directions. It offers six source readings, thirteen popular contemporary essays, and sixteen fresh, new contributions, along with an extended Introduction by the editors. The Routledge Reader on the Sociology of Music represents a broad reference work that will be a resource for the current generation of sociologically inclined musicologists and musically inclined sociologists, whether researchers, teachers or students”.

Spis treści:

Introduction: Music and the Sociological Imagination — Pasts and Prospects John Shepherd and Kyle Devine

Part I. Source Readings: Forerunners and Founding Figures

1.The Origin and Function of Music Herbert Spencer

2. Psychological and Ethnological Studies on Music Georg Simmel

3. Rational and Social Foundations of Music Max Weber

4. Musical Taste and How It Is Formed John H. Mueller

5. Making Music Together: A Study in Social Relationship Alfred Schütz

6. Sociology of Music Theodor Adorno

Part II: Approaches, Sites and Debates

A) The Music Itself

7. Music as Social Meaning Susan McClary

8. Music, the Body and Signifying Practice John Shepherd 9. Music and the Sociological Gaze Peter Martin

B) Creation

10. Ethnography and Interaction David Grazian

11. Performance Perspectives Lisa McCormick

12. Production Perspectives Marco Santoro

C) Consumption

13. Identity: Music, Community and Self Andy Bennett

14. Taste as Distinction Richard Peterson

15. Taste as Performance Antoine Hennion

Part III. Politics, Social Issues and Musical Cultures

16. Resistance and Social Movements Eric Drott

17. Gender and Sexuality Marion Leonard

18. Race and Hip Hop Antony Kwame Harrison

19. World Music and Cultural Globalization: Pop-Rock and Musical Cosmopolitanism Motti Regev

20. Music Criticism and Taste Cultures Morton Michelsen

21. Art Music and Social Class William Weber

22. Cityscapes Sara Cohen

23. The Body and Dance Mary Fogarty

Part IV: Industries and Institutions

24. Recorded Music Dave Laing

25. Live Music Simon Frith

26. Cultural Policy and Creative Industries Adam Behr

27. Copyright Lee Marshall

Part V: Technology and Mediation

28. Instruments and Innovation Trevor Pinch and Karin Bijsterveld

29. Radio Christina Baade

30. Music and the Moving Image: A Case Study of Hans Zimmer Benjamin Wright

31. Digitalization Paul Théberge

Part VI: New Directions

32. After Adorno Tia DeNora

33. Bourdieu and Beyond Nick Prior

34. Mediation Theory Georgina Born

35. From Signification to Affect Jeremy Gilbert

List of Contributors


Pełen opis książki dostępny jest TUTAJ.