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Apr 18, - lized an etic2 coding procedure, integrating Sandbrook who, in describing the Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's Doctoral thesis, University of Huddersfield. Songs … … 3. Copies of this thesis, either in full or in extracts, may be made only in accordance with the regulations of the University Library.
Details of these regulations may be obtained from the Librarian. This page must form part of any such copies made. In order to do this, a multimethod study was developed, combining documentary research with a set of eleven semistructured interviews. The documentary research took the form of a case study of The Beatles, arguing that their position as a group of men who became a global cultural phenomenon, in the period Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes study, made theme a suitable vehicle through which to read changing representations of masculinities in this period and to reflect on what this meant for men in UK society.
Textual analysis within discourse analysis based on a framework suggested by van Dijk , Fairclough  and McKee  was used to analyse the texts. Ideas advanced by the Popular Memory Group about the interaction of public representations of the past and private memory of that past were influential in the decision to combine this piece of documentary research with interviews with a sample of men, Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes an age range of 18 to The interview stage was designed to elicit data on the perception of the participants of the role of representation with particular reference to the Beatles of masculinities on them as individuals and their ideas about how this may have had an impact in terms of longer term social change.
What emerged were a number of findings around resistance, non-conformity, feminised appearance, pre-metrosexuality, the male star as object of desire and The Beatles as a global male phenomenon open to the radical diversity of the world in a period of rapid social change. The role of popular culture within this process was central to the thesis, given its focus on The Beatles as a case study. The thesis offers a number of ideas for further research, building on the outcomes of this particular study.
The Beatles, it seems, have provided a soundtrack to my whole life, through the best of times and worst of times as Dickens once said, although, obviously, not about the Beatles. Along with many other people as I have discovered over the course of Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes this thesis the Beatles represented something for me about change, about what and how I wanted to be even at the age of six at the height of Beatlemania.
There was something about the possibilities that they offered, in some sort of abstract way, around what growing up in the s might lead to. It felt more about wanting freedom. I still only have to the hear the opening bars of I Want to Hold Your Hand, and I am, once again, lying on the floor of the living room in listening to our new stereosound record player with detachable speakers for full stereo effect!
Obviously these things were not fully articulated within my six-year-old world view but, like me, they were new and now, and were on the up and we were all going places.
It is, then, a thesis rooted in a personal interest in identity, masculinity and the historical setting in which these things come to be considered. What has been particularly interesting in reading extensively around this material, is the sense, in many Noctilucent - Ginormous - The Endless Procession, it 16 makes of my own personal experiences, Tina, Lina - Mario Lanza - Younger Than Springtime recognition of things that happened in the s or the s that have been Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes in a theoretical context by various authors.
My tenth birthday, as it happens! This period of the past has, I guess, been ever present for me, ever since, though the cultural texts, style, design Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes optimism of the period, much of which and the contested nature of such discourses will be discussed in later chapters.
Similarly with the Beatles. Being immersed in the sounds of the Jam and the Buzzcocks at the time I found this a little odd, but now it makes perfect sense! A fair point. The next section in this chapter provides an academic rationale for the use of the Beatles as a text through which to study social change and changes in representations 17 of masculinity.
Over-simplistic yes, but incisive all the same, I thought, and it set me pondering on what it actually was that meant that I Hello Dali - Dalida - Ses Plus Beaux Duos (DVD) different attitudes and numbered black and South Asian people among my friends, colleagues and neighbours, coming to the conclusion that cultural texts were highly important and influential for me in this regard.
My adolescence was spent not far from Leeds, where racist graffiti was common in the early s, where people would tell you not to Wolves Of Winter - Biffy Clyro - Ellipsis to take your passport if you were going to Bradford, and I went to a school where teachers had no qualms about telling Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes jokes, all of which it was very easy to get caught up in.
However, by the early s, it seems to me, I reassessed my position. My Beatle fan-dom, was undimmed by their splitting up and I reflected at this point on the way in which the Beatles had always made great play of the influence of black music in their music. This, combined with a love of Tamla Motown and Ska and an emerging admiration for films like Shaft and the Bruce Lee Kung Fu movies, lead me to consider race and racism at this point.
In Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes later s I loved the Clash and their musical and political alignment with reggae music, which all came together one glorious afternoon in marching through London to see them perform in a Rock Against Racism concert in Brockwell Park, an important identity milestone in many ways.
As a child I loved the emerging fashion of the s. As an older man I favour the classic cut suit the right sort of suit in an academic environment still has the power to subvert expectations and am still keen on hair experiments. Narcissistic heterosexuals like myself now have a label thanks to Mark Simpson A good number of my new first year students last year thought I was gay and an interesting conversation around why this was came up.
They were, mainly, men who liked beer and rugby, many of them had done a stint down the pit and found the building game as they put it more palatable, a chance to engage in class warfare by doing as little as they could get away with while getting paid for having a laugh it is possibly the best job I have ever had! In my interview for the job I was asked how I would handle the fact that some of the children may have had very negative experiences of men.
Thirty years of theorising later we probably all now have a clearer idea of what that means, but I had an inkling of what I meant at the time and the eighteen months I spent serving breakfast to deprived and abused under fives in Wythenshawe was another interesting lesson in gender studies.
When my second wife and I went on our first date, to the now legendary Hacienda, we went back to my flat and danced to the aforementioned Kamen record, my Hefner fantasy world of masculinity meeting new man discourses head on.
In outlining this personal location I have drawn on a number of episodes and ideas from my own life and questions always remain around the issue of why some things and not others, or whether I have fitted theory to practice or vice-versa. These are key questions about the relationship between the past and the present that will be explored as part of the thesis. There are, of course, scenes from an edited text, but I have tried to highlight some of the interesting things that have made me reflect on masculinities and being a man.
Much of this thesis is about the subtleties and nuances that lead to change and move us from A to B, that challenge and subvert dominant discourses and explain how and why new ideas and ways of being emerge.
In reflecting on this in relation to men and masculinities, I became particularly interested in looking at the idea of texts and representation and their impact on the process of social change.
I began to engage with the growing body of work Nineteenseventynine - Elfmilk - Relocation this area in the late s and worked some of it into a unit I had developed with a colleague Representations of Health in the Mass Mediaseeing gender and identity as a key component in the study of health.
This initial idea, then, formed the basis of what was to become my research proposal, containing notions of the importance of texts and representation and the s as an important era of social change for men. The idea grew as I dug around and found that there was not a great deal of academic or even semi-academic texts around on the topic despite the millions of words written about the Beatles.
In drawing this thesis together I have drawn on a variety of texts, both academic and non-academic, from across a variety of areas. There is a multi-disciplinarity about it that, I think, reflects my own research interests and approaches. The writing of it has also drawn me back to some of the things I first discovered as an undergraduate. I have also pondered on what this thesis might have looked like if I had chosen to do it as a follow-on from my undergraduate degree in the s, which also raises interesting questions about the past and the present.
Given that the writing on men and masculinities was in its infancy in this period it would have been a highly original piece of work! But the social context in relation to this and to the status of the Beatles, ideas about media and cultural studies in general, and representations in particular, means that it would not have been rooted in such a rich set of texts, both theoretical and cultural as it is in And, as a man of 26, my perspectives on men and masculinities would, I guess, have been quite different from the way they appear within the following chapters.
I have attempted Decisions (Outside The Wire Score) - Ronnie Minder - Cinematic Soundscapes provide a rationale for all the choices made and, given the confines of the requirements of a PhD submission, tried to make it reflect what it is I particularly like about the Beatles, the s and the myriad texts on men and masculinities I have discovered; a place where interesting ideas come together to produce an end product which it is hoped will repay the reader Ella y Él - Mambrù - Creciendo the time invested in it.
I guess I have always been aware of and interested in the relationship between the past and the present and the way in which the past is always, somehow, in the present.
This piece of C Moon - Paul McCartney - Put It There (Laserdisc) has allowed me to apply this general sense of curiosity to a specific topic and it is my hope that the words contained in the subsequent chapters of this thesis will explain how these reflections have brought me to the conclusions I have drawn about the significance of the Beatles and the s to present and future debates about men and masculinities, and the ways in which representations and identities are bound up in some sort of relationship, a place where times present and past intersect to create some sort of understanding of possibilities for the future.
I know what that means now. Why the Beatles? This chapter will establish their global popularity and cultural significance in this period and beyond 1, and unpick some of the claims made by Inglis a ; that the Beatles were an historical event, cultural phenomenon, musical innovators and role models for young people. At the beginning of they agreed to place their management in the hands of Brian Epstein, a local businessman.
In August of that year, several weeks after the group had accepted a provisional recording contact with E. They toured extensively until Augustwhen they elected to abandon live performances in favour of studio work. Epstein died in Augustand in the Beatles established their own management and recording company, named Apple. In Aprilafter increasing involvement in individual projects, the group effectively disbanded. Googling the Beatles in gives you 23, hits Jesus gets , more of which, later.
The website Beatlelinks. Still a global, cultural phenomenon, a repository for many things. Two are dead and two are living but their fame as The Beatles seems undimmed.
Kot sees their popularity in this period as being summarised by two events: their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in the US inseen by 73 million people in the US and their occupation of the top five slots in the US Billboard Chart in the same period. Marwickin a similar vein, sees this Magnificent (Justin Martins No Heart & Soul Mix) - Various - OM Winter Sampler as a key event in the establishing of British youth culture as a global cultural force.
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