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Title: The underground music scene in Belgrade, Serbia: A multidisciplinary study
Authors: Todorović, Milan
Keywords: Belgrade, Serbia
Underground music
Independent music production
Creative artistic authenticity
Publication Date: 2004
Abstract: The focus of this study is the underground music scene in Belgrade, Serbia. This work requires the exploration of varied cultural and market factors that have shaped the scene, resulting in its present form. The explored phenomenon is complex and achieving the necessary depth of analysis will involve the use of a wide set of theoretical sources and research methods. The fieldwork includes in-depth interviews, reflective accounts of longitudinal participant observation, data collected through email correspondence, and a large amount of documentary data. Data analysis will be articulated into a single methodology (examined in depth in Chapter 3).
Description: This thesis was submitted to Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and was awarded by Brunel University on 26 May 2004.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/5905
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