These are the sources and citations used to research Neo-Tribalism, Categorisations and the Importance of community within Dance music. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Fraser, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Fraser, A., 2012. The Spaces, Politics, and Cultural Economies of Electronic Dance Music. Geography Compass, 6(8), pp.500-511.
In-text: (Maffesoli, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Maffesoli, M., 2000. The time of the tribes. London: Sage.
In-text: (McLeod, 2001)
Your Bibliography: McLeod, K., 2001. Genres, Subgenres, Sub-Subgenres and More: Musical and Social Differentiation Within Electronic/Dance Music Communities. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 13(1), pp.59-75.
In-text: (Riley, Griffin and Morey, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Riley, S., Griffin, C. and Morey, Y., 2010. The Case for ‘Everyday Politics’: Evaluating Neo-tribal Theory as a Way to Understand Alternative Forms of Political Participation, Using Electronic Dance Music Culture as an Example. Sociology, 44(2), pp.345-363.
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