- answer songs--interchanges involving social events and lyrical commentaries as explored in response recordings
- horror films--translations and transformations of literary images and motion picture figures into popular song characters and tales
- public schools--images of formal educational practices and informal learning processes in popular song lyrics
- sex--suggestive tales and censorship challenges within the popular music realm
- war--examinations of persistent military and home front themes featured in wartime recordingsRock Music in American Popular Culture II: More Rock ânâRoll Resources is nontechnical, written in a clear and concise fashion, and explores each topic thoroughly, with ample discographic and bibliographic resources provided for additional research. Arranged alphabetically for quick and easy reference to specific topics, the book is equally enjoyable to read straight through. Rock music fans, teachers, popular culture professors, music instructors, public librarians, sound recording archivists, sociologists, social critics, and journalists can all learn something, as the book shows them the cross-pollination of music and social life in the United States.
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