Music and Youth Culture in Latin America: Identity Construction Processes from New York to Buenos Aires

Music and Youth Culture in Latin America: Identity Construction Processes from New York to Buenos Aires

by Pablo Vila (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780199986286
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 11/03/2014
Series: Currents in Latin American and Iberian Music Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Pablo Vila researches the social construction of identities on the U.S.- Mexico border and in Latin America. His work considers issues of national, regional, racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and class identities on the U.S.- Mexico border and he has published five books on the topic. In his work on identification processes in Latin America, he has researched the way different social actors use popular music to understand who they are and act accordingly. He has published four books on that topic.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction
Pablo Vila

Chapter 1: Narrative Identities and Popular Music: Linguistic Discourses and Social Practices
Pablo Vila

Chapter 2: Past Identity: Guillermo Klein, Miguel Zenón and the Future of Jazz
Jairo Moreno

Chapter 03: Errant surfing. Music, YouTube, the role of the Web in
Youth Cultures
Rossana Reguillo

Chapter 04: Music and Post-Communist Subjectivities in Cuba
Rubén López Cano

Chapter 05: On Whitening and other Disaffections: The
Impact of Tropipop on Colombia's Music Scene
Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste

Chapter 06: Fusion Rock Bands and the "New Peru" on Stage
Patricia Oliart

Chapter 07: Political activists, playboys and hippies: musical movements and symbolic representations of Brazilian youth in the 1960s
Marcos Napolitano

Chapter 08: The Pro Tools Generation. Digital Culture, Liveness,
and the New Sincerity in Brazilian Popular Music
Frederick Moehn

Chapter 09: A Newer Tango Coming from the Past
Laura Cambra and Juan Raffo

Chapter 10: Life Trajectories and Dejuvenilization in Argentine
Rock
Adrián Pablo Fanjul

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