The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Popular music, Literature, Humanities, Aesthetics and Soul. The Popular music study combines topics in areas such as Music education, Music history, Philosophy of music and Music. The study incorporates disciplines such as Deviance and Value in addition to Literature.
His studies in Humanities integrate themes in fields like Art history, Harmony and Making-of. In general Art history study, his work on Performance art often relates to the realm of Context, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work carried out in the field of Aesthetics brings together such families of science as Mythology and Ideology.
His primary areas of investigation include Popular music, Art history, Media studies, Visual arts and Literature. His work deals with themes such as Aesthetics, Musicology, Music, Music history and Humanities, which intersect with Popular music. His Music study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Music education.
His research investigates the connection with Art history and areas like Politics which intersect with concerns in Sound. His Media studies research incorporates themes from Social change, Musical and Music industry. Simon Frith studies Live music, a branch of Visual arts.
Simon Frith spends much of his time researching Visual arts, Live music, Popular music, Media studies and Snapshot. The study of Visual arts is intertwined with the study of Power in a number of ways. His Live music research integrates issues from Snapshot and Ideology.
His Popular music study which covers Period that intersects with Humanities. His Media studies research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Musical, Reactionary, Industrialisation and Social history. His work often combines Snapshot and Library science studies.
Popular music, Visual arts, Media studies, Aesthetics and Power are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Social change, Archival research, Period and Humanities in his Popular music study. His study in Media studies is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrialisation, Musical, Cultural history, Key and Social history.
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Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular Music
Music and identity
Rock and sexuality
Sound Effects: Youth, Leisure, and the Politics of Rock `n' Roll.
Deena Weinstein;Simon Frith.
Contemporary Sociology (1982)
Sound and Vision : The Music Video Reader
Simon Frith;Andrew Goodwin;Lawrence Grossberg.
The sociology of rock
Performing Rites: Evaluating Popular Music
The Cambridge Companion to Pop and Rock
Simon Frith;Will Straw;John Street.
On Record: Rock, Pop and the Written Word
Simon Frith;Andrew Goodwin.
Art into Pop
Simon Frith;Howard Horne.
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