Deadhead Social Science

'You Ain't Gonna Learn What You Don't Want to Know'
 
 
AltaMira Press,U.S.
  • erschienen am 28. Mai 2000
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 304 Seiten
978-0-7425-0251-2 (ISBN)
 
Deadhead Social Science is a collection of papers examining various aspects of the complex subculture surrounding the rock band, the Grateful Dead.
  • Englisch
  • California
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  • USA
index
  • Höhe: 227 mm
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  • Breite: 149 mm
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  • Dicke: 19 mm
  • 476 gr
978-0-7425-0251-2 (9780742502512)
0742502511 (0742502511)
Rebecca G. Adams is professor of sociology and assistant to the dean on distance learning at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Her publications include four books and numerous scholarly articles, and she serves on the editorial boards of Contemporary Sociology and Personal Relationships. She attended her first Dead show in 1970. Robert Sardiello is adjunct professor of sociology at Nassau Community College. He has published several scholarly pieces concerning Deadheads and is currently working toward his Ph.D. at the University of New York, Stony Brook. He attended his first Dead show in 1977.
chapter 1 Part I: Introduction chapter 2 "What Goes Around Comes Around": Collaborative Research and Learning chapter 3 Part II: Music chapter 4 The Grammar of the Grateful Dead chapter 5 Other People Play the Music: Improvisation as Social Interaction chapter 6 Part III: Spirituality chapter 7 The Deadhead Community: Popular Religion in Contemporary American Culture chapter 8 "We Were Given this Dance": Music and Meaning in the Early Unlimited Devotional Family chapter 9 Part IV: Outside the Show chapter 10 Vending at Dead Shows: The Bizarre Bazaar chapter 11 Community Reaction to Deadhead Subculture chapter 12 Part V: Identity chapter 13 Becoming a Deadhead chapter 14 An Eriksonian Perspective on the Journey Through Deadhead Adulthood chapter 15 Self-Concept and Ego Extension Among Grateful Dead Fans chapter 16 Deadheads and Dichotomies: Mediated and Negotiated Readings chapter 17 Part VI: Conclusion chapter 18 Studying Deadhead Subculture
This book is a must read for those with a passion for teaching, for those who are truly engaged in their research and, perhaps most importantly, for those who can conceive of research and teaching as one in the same enterprise. -- Vincent J. Rosigno, Ohio State University * Qualitative Sociology * Well-edited and clearly written...it should appeal to lay or academic audiences interested in subcultures, identity and those who would like to meld their teaching and research interests into that of teacher/scholar. As a whole, the books shows us how a subculture can lead to interest among students, how they can see the world through various lenses, and the richness that can result when students and teachers collaborate. It seems that rarely do researchers have a chance to match their research and leisure activities. In this instance, they have done both and produced scholarly results. -- William F. Danaher, College of Charleston * Contemporary Sociology * the book is a very well written and edited example of the value of encouraging students to pursue their own interests in their academic endeavors. There are likely areas of study-such as Deadhead subculture-that almost require the work of students, less constrained by academic career concerns than their professors, to get the ball rolling. The Grateful Dead were so loved by their fans in large part because the fans were an integral part of the ongoing musical and cultural exploration, and Adams and Sardiello demonstrate the fruits of applying the same collaborative spirit in an academic context. -- Russell Cole, University of New Mexico * Journal of Anthropological Research, Vol. 58, 2002 * Research can be fun, fun can be research. Teachers can be students, students can be teachers. Adams and Sardiello prove that beyond doubting in this well-researched and interesting book. -- Howard S. Becker, University of California, Santa Barbara

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