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Author Ewens, Hannah, author.

Title Fangirls : scenes from modern music culture;scenes from modern music culture.

Publication Info. AUSTIN : UNIV OF TEXAS PRESS, 2020.

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Contents An animal within an animal : a brief fangirl history -- The waiting game -- I'm (not) okay : to retreat and return -- Lady Gaga will see you now -- Sex and iPhones and rock and roll -- 'We are the media' : inside the hive mind -- Harry's girls, long-distance love and global fangirling -- Dangerous women and political fun -- Our tears dry on their own : Amy, grief and British female fans -- Witches always live through this : Courtney Love's older fangirls.
Summary "Speaking to hundreds of fans from the UK, US, Europe, and Japan, Ewens tells the story of music fandom using its own voices, recounting previously untold or glossed-over scenes from modern pop and rock music history. In doing so, she uncovers the importance of fan devotion: how Ariana Grande represents both tragedy and resilience to her followers, or what it means to meet an artist like Lady Gaga in person. From One Directioners, to members of the Beyhive, to the author's own fandom experiences, this book reclaims the "fangirl" label for its young members, celebrating their purpose, their power, and, most of all, their passion for the music they love."-- Publisher marketing.
Subject Women rock music fans.
Music fans -- History.
Women -- Sociological aspects.
Rock music -- History and criticism.
Music fans. (OCoLC)fst01030527
Rock music. (OCoLC)fst01099204
Women rock music fans. (OCoLC)fst01178474
Women -- Sociological aspects. (OCoLC)fst01176982
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc. (OCoLC)fst01411635
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Ewens, Hannah Fangirls : Scenes from Modern Music Culture Austin : University of Texas Press,c2020
ISBN 1477322108 (electronic book)
9781477322109 (electronic book)
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