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Sounds and Selves: Selected Proceedings from the 2005 IASPM Australia/New Zealand Conference
Sounds and Selves is a selection of papers that demonstrate the broad research interests of IASPM members and, consequently, the wide range of musics that may be considered ‘popular’. Yet what unifies these papers are broad themes centring around representation, assimilation and the formation of identity. This volume (2005) is particularly concerned with how identities have been shaped, remembered, delineated and globalised, and the role that popular music plays in these complex processes.