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Author:
Steve Redhead
ISBN13:
978-0415115285
ISBN:
0415115280
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Publisher:
Routledge (November 23, 1997)
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Social Sciences
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Post-Fandom and the Mille. has been added to your Cart. Steve Redhead is Professor of Law and Popular Culture at the School of Law, The Manchester Metropolitan University.

Post-Fandom and the Mille.

Post fandom and the Millennial Blues transformed sports studies, leisure studies, football studies, sports law .

Post fandom and the Millennial Blues transformed sports studies, leisure studies, football studies, sports law and fan studies. That is not even an expansive list. It was also expansively international in its outlook. The book performs how high theory can provide the mortar to align disparate spheres and paradigms like youth, sport, music and law. The exploration of 'translaw' and the 'hyperlegal' is potent, as is the emerging matrix between popular and post-realist culture. Placing, "Baudrillard on the ball," this book offer a key testament to 'post-postmodernism. It was written in 1997 and was well ahead of the theoretical 'fashions.

Home Browse Books Book details, Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues: The. Soccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent, generally male, identity-making. Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues: The Transformation of Soccer Culture. In this timely and important contribution to the field of popular cultural studies, Steve Redhead looks at the way youth culture is being reshaped by media culture in its various aspects at the end of the millennium.

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Steve Redhead (2002). Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues: The Transformation of Soccer Culture". Retrieved 16 April 2016. Mitchell, David (13 March 2014). 'Welsh sheep-shagger'? I can hardly think of a less hurtful remark". Retrieved 5 April 2016.

Soccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent, generally male, identity making. In Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues, Steve Redhead shows how this tradition of youth culture of fandom has been eroded in the last years of the twentieth century by the more fleeting, style conscious allegiances inspired by television, films and music.

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Post-fandom and the Millennial Blues In this timely and important contribution to the field of popular cultural studies, Steve Redhead looks at the way youth culture is being reshaped by media culture in its various aspects at the end of the millennium. Post-fandom and the Millennial Blues In this timely and important contribution to the field of popular cultural studies, Steve Redhead looks at the way youth culture is being reshaped by media culture in its various aspects at the end of the millennium.

Soccer fandom has traditionally been seen as an important part of adolescent, generally male, identity making. In Post-Fandom and the Millennial Blues , Steve Redhead shows how this tradition of youth culture of fandom has been eroded in the last years of the twentieth century by the more fleeting, style conscious allegiances inspired by television, films and music. The clubs that young people follow are determined by advertising and popular music; the games that they watch are brought to them by the globalized culture of television, as in the world cup staged in America; even their fears of so-called soccer hooliganism are determined by media-engendered moral panics at a time when the phenomenon itself seems to be dying away.