volume 43, issue 2, P295-315 1995
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1995.tb00605.x
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Abstract: Developments in the sociology of music during the 1980s have brought the sub-field more firmly in to the center of sociological concerns. The 'worlds' concept, and the concern with music and social status have helped to ground and specify links between music and society. Meanwhile however, questions concerning music's social content have been sidelined. This paper explores music as an active ingredient in the constitution of lived experience. As with other cultural/technical forms, music provides a resource f…

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