- Popular music -- History and criticism
- Masculinity in music.
- Gender identity in music
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- Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: "Oh boy! Making masculinity in popular music," Ian Biddle and Freya Jarman-Ivens Section one Boys, boys, boys: male bonds, masculine connections Chapter 1: "Which Freddie? Constructions of masculinity in Freddie Mercury and Justin Hawkins," Sheila Whiteley Chapter 2: "Negotiating masculinity in an Indonesian pop song: Doel Sumbang's 'Ronggeng'," Henry Spiller Chapter 3: "Moshpit menace and masculine mayhem," Jonathan Gruzelier Chapter 4: "To see their father's eyes: expressions of ancestry through "yarrata" among Yolnu popular bands from Arnhem Land, Australia," Aaron Corn Section two Boys don't cry: troubled/troubling masculinity Chapter 5: "Mum's the word: men's singing and maternal Law," Richard Middleton Chapter 6: "'The sing-song of undead labor': gender nostalgia and the vocal fantasy of intimacy the 'new' male singer/songwriter," Ian Biddle Chapter 7: "'A walking open wound': emo rock and the 'crisis' of masculinity in America," Sarah Williams Chapter 8: "'Don't cry, Daddy': the degeneration of Elvis Presley's musical masculinity," Freya Jarman-Ivens Section three Boys will be!? Other modes of masculinity Chapter 9: "Queer voices and musical genders," Judith Halberstam Chapter 10: "(Un)Justified: gestures of straight-talk in Justin Timberlake's songs," Stan Hawkins Chapter 11: "'Not with you but of you': 'unbearable intimacy' and Jeff Buckley's transgendered vocality," Shana Goldin-Perschbacher Chapter 12: "'Some of us can only live in songs of love and trouble': voice, genre/gender, and sexuality in the music of Stephin Merritt," Mark Butler Contributors
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