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Queer will: Hikkomorias willful subjects
This article considers hikikomori as willful subjects. The hikikomori are a portion of the Japanese population who withdraw into their homes. These are mostly young people (between the ages of 15 and 35) and mostly young ...
Brutal belonging in Melbourne's grindcore scene
I suggest sociality depends on affective encounters between individuals in particular spaces. Through an ethnography of Melbourne's grindcore death-metal scene, I examine how belonging in a music scene is constituted by ...
Intermediality and interventions: Applying intermediality frameworks to reality television and microblogs
This article explores the usefulness of ‘intermediality’ approaches for understanding contemporary reality television. Through a case study of Intervention, it is proposed that intermedial frameworks illuminate reality ...
Affective Intensities in Extreme Music Scenes Cases from Australia and Japan
An ethnographic study of gender, place and belonging, Affective Intensities introduces readers to the embodied sensations, flows and experiences of being in extreme music scenes in Australia and Japan.