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Subcultural Entrance Practices in UK Punk Culture
(Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014-04)
This chapter sets out to answer three questions: how did people enter punk subculture, why did they become involved, and what was their experience of entry? It presents the case that subcultural entrance is primarily an ...
(London: Active Books., 2016-06)
This book comprises an undergraduate monograph an essays written in the mid 1990s. The central theme sets up and critically examines the need to examine the work of the anarchist punk band Crass in light of a poverty of ...