Many non-academic writers also feel that the expression of punk and goth artists is linked to the depressed economic and social conditions faced by the lower classes
In this article, we will examine the phenomenon of the Whitby Goth Weekend, a modern Goth music festival, to explore the construction of authentic “Gothness”, the performance of Goth and the role of music tourism as part of a wider neo-liberal tourism policy
This article provides an ethnographic account of Goth subculture within a major metropolitan city in the northeastern United States of America
Goth subculture emerged in the socioeconomic decline and Thatcherite politics of late 1970s Britain, on the heels of punk’s infamous rebellion
Despite being frequently misunderstood and at times maligned in popular culture, the goth subculture has slowly made its way to the mainstream
The Gothic texts and films turn into a personal narrative that, in some way, connects the Gothic protagonist to the reader or spectator.
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