Country boys and redneck women : new essays in gender and country music / edited by Diane Pecknold and Kristine M. McCusker.
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- Jackson, [Mississippi] : University Press of Mississippi, 2016.
- American made music series.
American Made Music Series
1 online resource (305 p.)
- Country musicians -- United States.
Women country musicians -- United States.
Sex role in music.
- Electronic books.
- Essays that overthrow stereotypes and demonstrate the genre's power and mystique
- Cover; COUNTRY BOYS and REDNECK WOMEN; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Introduction ; Why "Ladies Love Country Boys": Gender, Class, and Economics in Contemporary Country Music ; "Hey! If I Should Grab Ya": "College Country" and the Ruralization of Urban Brazil
Act Naturally: Charley Pride, Autobiography, and the "Accidental Career" Holding On to Country: Musical Moorings for Desired Masculinities in Aboriginal Australia ; Taylor Swift's "Pitch Problem" and the Place of Adolescent Girls in Country Music
Gender and the Nashville Songwriter: Three Songs by Victoria Banks As if They Were Going Places: Class and Gender Portrayals through Country Music in the Texas State Prison, 1938-1944
Negotiating Gender, Race, and Class in Post-Civil Rights Country Music: How Linda Martell and Jeannie C. Riley Stormed the Plantation Remarkable Women and Ordinary Gals: Performance of Identity in Songs by Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton ; "Backwoods Barbie": Dolly Parton's Gender Performance
Kitty Wells, Queen of Denial Gender Deviance and Class Rebellion in "Redneck Woman" ; Selected Bibliography ; Notes on Contributors ; Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- Country music
McCusker, Kristine M., editor.
Pecknold, Diane, editor.
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