TITLE

Acúmulos e Vazios da Pesquisa Sobre o Rock Argentino

AUTHOR(S)
FANJUL, ADRIÁN PABLO
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Latin American Music Review;Fall/Winter2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p121
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Based on a comprehensive study in research centers and libraries, a panorama of the critical response to Argentine rock in academic circles has been traced in various fields of knowledge. Research works including books, trade magazines, and academic papers on this musical movement spanning four decades have been consulted. The results show that the criticism has generated a "developing tradition" around the movement, mainly in the Social and Communication Sciences, and FL has presented the following predominant traits: approaching rock essentially as a determinant of "social identities"; periodization in the genre according to political regime; and analysis of the lyrics based solely on content. These traits contribute to a delimitation of rock as an exclusive phenomenon of the mass media, which relegates to secondary importance its aesthetic function and its relationship with other artistic series. Furthermore, we have observed a scarcity of approaches to rock lyrics as a linguistic-discursive surface.
ACCESSION #
36560347

 

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