Table of contents
About this book
This volume documents the 19th edition of the biannual "International Association for the Study of Popular Music". In focus of the conference were present and future developments. For example, the diminishing income potential for musicians as well as the recording industry as a whole, concurrent with the decreasing relevance of popular music in youth culture. This is where computer games and social media come to the forefront. At the same time, the research of popular music has emancipated itself from its initial outsider.
- Researching Popular Music
- Analyzing Popular Music
- Teaching and Learning Popular Music
- Remapping Popular Music
- Narrating Popular Music
- Technology and Popular Music
- Students and scholars in Popular Music Studies and related disciplines
- Musicians, music industry representatives, cultural entrepreneurs
About the Editor
Julia Merrill, is a research associate at the Institute of Music at the University of Kassel and at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt/Main. Her research focus is on music and speech cognition and emotion as well as the acceptance of vocal sounds in song and speech.
Popular Music Studies Analysis Technology Globalization History Pedagogy