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Author Zhuk, S. I. (Sergei Ivanovich)
Title Rock and roll in the Rocket City : the West, identity, and ideology in Soviet Dniepropetrovsk, 1960-1985 / Sergei I. Zhuk.
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : Woodrow Wilson Center Press, c2010.


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Descript xvii, 440 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction: Back in the USSR : the "glory days" of late socialism, fascination with the West, identities, and scholars -- The closed rocket city of Dniepropetrovsk -- Anti-Soviet crimes, poetry, and problematic nationalism, 1960-1968 -- The campaign against the novel Sobor and the end of the national literary revival -- The first wave of music from the West : the consumption of jazz -- Beatlemania, shocking blue, and the Ukrainian cossacks -- Sources of rock music consumption -- Western adventure stories and Ukrainian historical novels : problems of the homogenization of Soviet culture -- Crimes from the West : Westerns, the Mafia, and crime films -- Idiocy and historical romance from the West : comedy and historical films -- The democratization of rock music consumption -- Popular religiosity in the Dniepropetrovsk region : cultural consumption and religion -- Taming pop music consumption : from "Tantsploshchadka" to discotheque -- The Komsomol magazine Rovesnik and the ideology of pop music consumption -- Antipunk campaigns, antifascist hysteria, and human rights problems, 1982-1984 -- Tourism, cultural consumption, and Komsomol business -- Conclusion: "Between Moscow and L'viv" : the closed city as an ideological failure of late socialism.
ISBN 9780801895500
0801895502
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Author Zhuk, S. I. (Sergei Ivanovich)
Subject Popular music -- Political aspects -- Ukraine -- Dnipropetrovs╩╣k -- History -- 20th century.
Popular music -- Political aspects -- Soviet Union.
Popular culture -- Soviet Union -- Western influences.
Music and youth -- Soviet Union.
Music and state -- Soviet Union.
Descript xvii, 440 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction: Back in the USSR : the "glory days" of late socialism, fascination with the West, identities, and scholars -- The closed rocket city of Dniepropetrovsk -- Anti-Soviet crimes, poetry, and problematic nationalism, 1960-1968 -- The campaign against the novel Sobor and the end of the national literary revival -- The first wave of music from the West : the consumption of jazz -- Beatlemania, shocking blue, and the Ukrainian cossacks -- Sources of rock music consumption -- Western adventure stories and Ukrainian historical novels : problems of the homogenization of Soviet culture -- Crimes from the West : Westerns, the Mafia, and crime films -- Idiocy and historical romance from the West : comedy and historical films -- The democratization of rock music consumption -- Popular religiosity in the Dniepropetrovsk region : cultural consumption and religion -- Taming pop music consumption : from "Tantsploshchadka" to discotheque -- The Komsomol magazine Rovesnik and the ideology of pop music consumption -- Antipunk campaigns, antifascist hysteria, and human rights problems, 1982-1984 -- Tourism, cultural consumption, and Komsomol business -- Conclusion: "Between Moscow and L'viv" : the closed city as an ideological failure of late socialism.
ISBN 9780801895500
0801895502
Author Zhuk, S. I. (Sergei Ivanovich)
Subject Popular music -- Political aspects -- Ukraine -- Dnipropetrovs╩╣k -- History -- 20th century.
Popular music -- Political aspects -- Soviet Union.
Popular culture -- Soviet Union -- Western influences.
Music and youth -- Soviet Union.
Music and state -- Soviet Union.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 6th Floor  ML 3917 R9  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Popular music -- Political aspects -- Ukraine -- Dnipropetrovs╩╣k -- History -- 20th century.
Popular music -- Political aspects -- Soviet Union.
Popular culture -- Soviet Union -- Western influences.
Music and youth -- Soviet Union.
Music and state -- Soviet Union.
Descript xvii, 440 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction: Back in the USSR : the "glory days" of late socialism, fascination with the West, identities, and scholars -- The closed rocket city of Dniepropetrovsk -- Anti-Soviet crimes, poetry, and problematic nationalism, 1960-1968 -- The campaign against the novel Sobor and the end of the national literary revival -- The first wave of music from the West : the consumption of jazz -- Beatlemania, shocking blue, and the Ukrainian cossacks -- Sources of rock music consumption -- Western adventure stories and Ukrainian historical novels : problems of the homogenization of Soviet culture -- Crimes from the West : Westerns, the Mafia, and crime films -- Idiocy and historical romance from the West : comedy and historical films -- The democratization of rock music consumption -- Popular religiosity in the Dniepropetrovsk region : cultural consumption and religion -- Taming pop music consumption : from "Tantsploshchadka" to discotheque -- The Komsomol magazine Rovesnik and the ideology of pop music consumption -- Antipunk campaigns, antifascist hysteria, and human rights problems, 1982-1984 -- Tourism, cultural consumption, and Komsomol business -- Conclusion: "Between Moscow and L'viv" : the closed city as an ideological failure of late socialism.
ISBN 9780801895500
0801895502

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