Table of contents for Death Metal music : the passion and politics of a subculture / Natalie J. Purcell.


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Contents
Acknowledgments	v
Preface	1
I: DEFINING DEATH METAL
 1. The Genre and Its Sub-Genres	00
 2. Fundamental Dynamics of the Scene	00
 3. Lyrical Content	00
II: THE HISTORY OF THE DEATH METAL SCENE
 4. Origins: 1984-1988	000
 5. Rise and Fall: 1989-1994	000
 6. The Present: 1995-2002	000
III: DEATH METAL AND AMERICAN POLITICIANS
 7. The Skeleton in America's Closet	000
 8. The Politics of Censorship	000
 9. Content Regulation Today and Tomorrow	000
IV: CONFRONTING THE CONSUMERS OF CARNAGE
10. Facing the Demon	000
11. Demographics	000
12. Attitudes	000
13. Philosophy and Ethics	000
14. Behavior	000
15. Concluding Opinions on Death Metal and Violence	000
V: THE MIND OF THE METAL HEAD AND 
THE HEART OF THE UNDERGROUND
16. The Subcultural Phenomenon	000
17. Rebellion and Religion	000
18. Horror, Gore, Porn, and the American Mind	000
VI: PERSONAL REFLECTIONS ON DEATH METAL	000
Appendix A: Project Goals, Implications, and Methodology	000
Appendix B: Topics of Focus and Research Hypotheses	000
Appendix C: Coded Survey	000
Appendix D: Sample Interviews	000
Appendix E: Criticism of Methods and 
  Suggestions for Future Research	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000
Preface
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Heavy metal (Music) History and criticism