Coastal Environments in Popular Song (Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics) .


This book examines how popular music is able to approach subjects of bio-politics, climate change, solastalgia, and anthropomorphisation, alongside its more common diet of songs about love, dancing, and break-ups all while satisfying its primary remit of being entertaining and listenable.
Nearly a thousand books have been published on bioethics since Van Rensselaer Potters Bioethics Bridge to the Future (1971), with a marked increase in the past 20 years. However, not one of these books has focused itself on popular music, something Christopher Partridge describes as central to the construction of [our] identities, central to [our] sense of self, central to [our] well-being and, therefore, central to [our] social relations. This edited collection examines popular music through a range of topics, from romance to climate change.
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Date: 2021

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Pages: 184

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1032137959

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