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Music for the Pria Dewasa: Changes and Continuities in Class and Pop Music Genres

Baulch, Emma


This paper presents Rolling Stone Indonesia (RSI) and places it in an historical context to tease out some changes and continuities in Indonesian middle-class politics since the beginning of the New Order. Some political scientists have claimed that class interests were at the core of the transition from Guided Democracy to the New Order, and popular music scholars generally assert that class underlies pop genre distinctions. But few have paid attention to how class and genre were written into...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities


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