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Bramham, Peter

The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure

Bramham, Peter - The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Unforbidden Fruit: From Leisure to Pleasure
Peter Bramham, Stephen Wagg

2. Choosing Leisure: Social Theory, Class and Generations
Peter Bramham

3. Double Measures: The Moral Regulation of Alcohol Consumption, Past and Present
Chas Critcher

4. Outdoor Recreation and the Environment
Neil Ravenscroft, Paul Gilchrist

5. Television, Deregulation and the Reshaping of Leisure
Philip Drake, Richard Haynes

6. Sex and the Citizens: Erotic Play and the New Leisure Culture
Feona Attwood

7. Rituals of Intoxication: Young People, Drugs, Risk and Leisure
Shane Blackman

8. States, Markets and New Media: The Contemporary Politics of Gambling
Jackie West, Terry Austrin

9. Towards Web 3.0: Mashing Up Work and Leisure
Andy Miah

10. Tourist Bodies, Transformation and Sensuality
Annette Pritchard, Nigel Morgan

11. ‘They Can’t Stop Us Laughing’; Politics, Leisure and the Comedy Business
Stephen Wagg

12. Noughties Reading
Nicole Matthews

13. Sport and Lifestyle
John Horne

14. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Music and Leisure in an Era of X Factor and Digital Pirates
Brett Lashua

15. Doublethink: ‘Deregulation’, Censure and ‘Adult-Sex’ on Television
Julian Petley

16. Afterword: Closing Reflections on the New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure
Peter Bramham, Stephen Wagg

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology of Sport and Leisure, Regional and Cultural Studies, Sociology of Culture, Cultural Studies, Popular Science, general, Sociology, general

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
289 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230299979
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-21684-6

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