Rezension: Music and Law

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Titel: Music and Law
Reihe: Sociology of Crime Law and Deviance, Volume 18 Herausgeber: Deflem, Mathieu Jahr: 2013 Verlag: Emerald Group Publishing Limited ISBN: 978-1-78350-036-9 Einleitung

Music and Law ist der 18. Band in der von Mathieu Deflem herausgegebenen Reihe Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance. Deflem ist Professor für Soziologie an der University of South Carolina und hat zahlreiche Arbeiten im Bereich der Medien- und Devianzsoziologie veröffentlicht. Sein erstmalig im Semester 2010/2011 angebotenes Seminar “Lady Gaga and the Sociology of the Fame” bescherte dem gebürtigen Belgier einen großen Bekanntheitsgrad – auch außerhalb akademischer Kreise.

Die Reihe Sociology of Crime and Devianz stellt innerhalb der Masse kriminologischer Fachpublikationen eine von wenigen Ausnahmen dar, die sich – fernab klassischer Problem- und Fragestellungen der Kriminologie – auch mit Devianz- und Kultur-soziologischen/-kriminologischen Fragestellungen auseinandersetzen (hier ist insbesondere Band 14 der Reihe hervorzuheben: Popular Culture, Crime and Social Control). Der hier besprochene Band 18 widmet sich ausschließlich dem Oberthema Musik. Damit füllt die Publikation eine große Lücke in der kriminologischen Forschung, die auch angesichts der steigenden Popularität der Cultural Criminology (und den hiermit im Zusammenhang stehenden Publikationen – allen voran das hervorragende Journal Crime, Media & Culture) nach wie konstatiert werden kann.


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