The Cultural Sociology of Art and Music New Directions and New Discoveries

In Part 4, the contributors examine controversies about music and contestation over artistic matters, whether in the public sphere, in the American judicial system, or in an emerging academic discipline. The editor’s introduction and Ron Eyerman's afterword place the chapters in context and ref...

Full description

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: McCormick, Lisa (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2022, 2022
Edition:1st ed. 2022
Series:Cultural Sociology
Online Access:
Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction
  • Part 1: Setting new agendas in the cultural sociology of the arts
  • Chapter 2 - The Three Generations of the French Sociology of Art
  • Chapter 3 - Artistic Residencies as Creative Ecologies: Proposing a New Framework for 21st-Century Cultural Production
  • Chapter 4 - Theory of an Art Market Scandal: Artistic Integrity and Financial Speculation in the Inigo Philbrick Case
  • Part 2: What art and music mean: Aesthetics and evaluation
  • Chapter 5 - Constructing Difference and Diversity: Culture, Meaning, and the Social Aesthetics of American Art Music
  • Chapter 6 Locating Meaning in Contemporary Art: How Artists Conceptualize the Aesthetic Experience
  • Chapter 7 Moving through Aesthetic Space: Visual Artists and Migration
  • Chapter 8 Mapping Multivocality: How Critics Communicate Complex Meanings through Metaphor
  • Part 3: Where art and music happen: Materiality and performance
  • Chapter 9 - Looking Beyond Interaction: Exploring Meaning Making through the Windows of an Art Gallery
  • Chapter 10 - Framing Performance and Fusion: How Music Venues’ Materiality and Intermediaries Shape Music Scenes
  • Chapter 11 - Saron Consāto, Artistic Identity and European Classical Music in Japan
  • Part 4: Raising the stakes through the arts: Contestation and controversy
  • Chapter 12 - Owning the Hate: A Case Study of Moral Entrepreneurship in Contemporary Rock Music and the Trademarking of Racial Slurs
  • Chapter 13- The Music of the Dying Class: Jazz as the Impure Sacred in Stalinist Czechoslovakia
  • Chapter 14 - Drawing the Line: Evaluation, Boundary work, and Boundary Objects in a New Discipline
  • Chapter 15 - Music and Democracy in America: Historical Perspectives on ‘Democratization’ in the Digital Age