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Inside Clubbing: Sensual Experiments in the Art of Being Human [Paperback]

Phil Jackson


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April 24 2004 1859737137 978-1859737132 First Edition
Inside Clubbing puts the spotlight on club culture--in all its sweaty, visceral, and seductive glory. Jackson guides us through the huge spectrum of the club experience, moving from hip-hop clubs to fetish events via queer, trance, Asian, techno, drum 'n' bass, and sex clubs. Drawing on interviews with clubbers from a variety of backgrounds, he dispels myths and offers new insights into the contemporary clubbing scene. Contrary to popular perception, clubbing is not just for youths: the clubbers in Inside Clubbing range from their mid-twenties to mid-fifties. Many have been on the scene for years and offer a historical perspective on changes over the last decade. Jackson explores the real practice of clubbing first-hand and offers the most balanced and sophisticated understanding of the club scene to date.

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'Inside Clubbing makes an important contribution to the understanding of contemporary leisure practices. Section one presents in beautiful, rich and evocative description, the key aspects of clubbing. Inside Clubbing is a highly significant contribution to the anthropology of leisure and pleasure, the body and emotions. It is an accessible and vivid account which breaks new ground in the analysis of contemporary clubbing practices.'Kalissa Alexeyeff, The Australian Journal of Anthropology

About the Author

Phil Jackson is a freelance anthropologist and writer. He has contributed to various magazines including Sleaze Nation, Pure, For Women, and Penthouse.

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