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MUSI 1002

Music ReviewUse these terms from slides and added info from the web to guide your reading Good LuckSocial constructionism learnedthat consider how social phenomena or objects of consciousness develop in social contexts vs Essentialism biologicals the view that for any specific kind of entity there is a set of 1incidental attributes all of which are necessary to its identity and function Cartwright 1968 All things can have essential characteristicsHegemonic masculinity A particular type of masculinity that is oriented towards strength power dominance It is an idealrefers to a culturallynormative ideal of male behaviorFeatures include aggressiveness courage strength selfcontrol emotional reserve rationality independence selfreliance autonomy individuality and sexual potency hegemonic masculinity does not consist of the following passivity timidity fragility delicateness expressiveness frailty emotionality needfulness dependence humility innocence and receptivityGender and Sexuality Accounts of pop as artificial and rock as authentic reflect gender hierarchies Pop assoc with women and rock with menFrith and McRobbie Rock and Sexuality 1978The term was used by sociologists Simon Frith and Angela McRobbie in 1978 to point to the contrast between male dominated subculture of cock rock which was aggressive dominating and boastful and the more 3feminised teenybopstars of pop music Led Zeppelin have been described as the 4quintessential purveyors of cock rock Other formative acts include theRolling 5Stones The Who and Jim Morrison of The Doors Cock rock vs Teeny bop Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin considered one of the key acts in the development of cock rock Cock rock is a term typically used derogatively to describe a style of rock music that emphasised an aggressive form of male sexuality It developed in the later 1960s and came to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s
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