Nazi punks folk off: leisure, nationalism, cultural identity and the consumption of metal and folk music

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleNazi punks folk off: leisure, nationalism, cultural identity and the consumption of metal and folk music Author(S)Karl Spracklen (Author)
Abstract  Far-right activists have attempted to infiltrate and use popular music scenes to propagate their racialised ideologies. This paper explores attempts by the far right to co-opt two particular music scenes: black metal and English folk. Discourse tracing is used to explore online debates about boundaries, belonging and exclusion in the two scenes, and to compare such online debates with ethnographic work and previous research. ...Paginationp 415-428
SubjectRecreation and performing artsDescriptorsLeisure
Journal TitleLeisure studies : the journal of the Leisure Studies Association  
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