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" ... the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles of a group, its subjective experience and the musical forms it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns. "
Rocking the Classics: English Progressive Rock and the Counterculture - Page 4
by Edward Macan - 1997 - 320 pages
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Literary Theories in Praxis

Shirley F. Staton - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 471 pages
...subculture in his study of hippies and motor-bike boys using it to describe the symbolic fit bet wee n the values and life-styles of a group, its subjective...musical forms it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns.1 In Profane Culture, Willis shows how, contrary to the popular myth which presents subcultures...
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The Subcultures Reader

Ken Gelder, Sarah Thornton - Social Science - 1997 - 599 pages
...the term 'bomology' to subculture in his studv of hippies and motor-hike boys using it to describe the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns. In Profane Culture, Willis shows how, contrary to the popular myth which presents subcultures as lawless...
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British Low Culture: From Safari Suits to Sexploitation

Leon Hunt - Social Science - 1998 - 191 pages
...as anathema to 'authentic' subcultures, negating as they do the key defining element of 'homology', 'the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns' (Hebdige 1979: 1 1 3). Teds, Mods and Skins 'made themselves, and made their styles', according to...
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Counseling Youth: Foucault, Power, and the Ethics of Subjectivity

Tina Besley - Education - 2002 - 265 pages
...by Paul Willis in his 1978 study of hippies and bikies, Profane Culture. Homology can be understood as "the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns" (p. 113). For example, hippie culture focused around alternative, back-to-nature, free love, communal,...
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Life and Times of Cultural Studies: The Politics and Transformation of the ...

Richard E. Lee - Social Science - 2003 - 278 pages
...Hebdige draws on Levi-Strauss's concept of homology (as deployed in Paul Willis's 1978 Profane Culture): "the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns" (Hebdige 1979: 113). Remark Hebdige's "reading" of one key sign, the swastika as appropriated by punk...
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Culture: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Volume 3

Chris Jenks - Culture - 2003 - 312 pages
...the term ‘homology' to subculture in his study of hippies and motor-bike boys using it to describe the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns. In Profane Culture, Willis shows how, contrary to the popular myth which presents subcultures as lawless...
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Culture: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Volume 3

Chris Jenks - Culture - 2003 - 312 pages
...the term 'homology' to subculture in his study of hippies and motor-bike boys using it to describe the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns. In Profane Culture. Willis shows how. contrary to the popular myth which presents subcultures as lawless...
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Popular Culture: A Reader

Raiford Guins, Omayra Zaragoza Cruz - Social Science - 2005 - 549 pages
...the term 'homology' to subculture in his study of hippies and motor-bike boys using it to describe the symbolic fit between the values and lifestyles...it uses to express or reinforce its focal concerns. In Profane Culture, Willis shows how, contrary to the popular myth which presents subculture as lawless...
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Cultural Theory: Classical and Contemporary Positions

Tim Edwards - Social Science - 2007 - 304 pages
...arguments he draws on the anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss's (1966) concept of homology to describe the symbolic fit between the values and life-styles of a group, its subjective experiences and the musical forms it uses to express its primary concerns. What he demonstrates is...
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