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The Routledge companion to sound studies / edited by Michael Bull.

Contributor(s): Bull, Michael, 1952- [edt].
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: xxxii, 406 pages 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138854253; 1138854255.Other title: Sound studies.Subject(s): Since 1950 | Ljud | Kulturhistoria | Civilization, Modern -- 1950- | Sounds -- Social aspects | Civilization, ModernDDC classification: 909.82/5 Other classification: K.55
Contents:
Introduction : sound studies and the art of listening -- Sound as theory 1863-2014 : from Hermann von Helmholtz to Salome Voeglin / Holger Schulze -- What is sound studies? / Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard -- Embodiment and the senses / David Howes -- Multisensory investigation of sound, body and voice / Nina Sun Eidsheim -- The return to sound aesthetics / Neil Verma -- Sound, affect, politics / Christabel Stirling -- Silence and noise / Richard Rath -- Sound waves of protest : noise abatement movements / Karin Bijsterveld -- Propaganda and sound / David Goodman -- Sounding out racial difference / Alex Corey -- Gendered sound / Marie Thompson -- Mapping hearing impairment : sound/tracks in the corner space / Amanda Cachia -- Sound and terrorism : exploring the world of the Islamic State / Jonathan Pieslak -- Soundscape(s) : the turning of a word / John M. Picker -- The sonic rhythms of place / Tim Edensor -- Geographies of silence / Bennett Hogg -- Sound transformations in space / Meri Kyto -- Diaspora as method, music as hope / Yiu-Fai Chow -- Technologies of sound art: techno-cultural occurrence / Salome Voeglin -- Found in translation : recording, storing and writing of sounds / Carolyn Birdsall -- Sonic archaeologies / Shannon Mattern -- Curating online sounds / Blake Durham -- Ethnographies of sound / Tom Rice -- Soundwalking / Frauke Berendt -- Surface tension : memory, sound and vinyl / Paul Nataraj -- Echo / Julian Henriques and Hillegonda Rietveld -- Sound and music in networked media / Thor Magnussen -- Ordinary and avant-garde sound in British radio's early years / Louis Neibur -- Remastering the recording angel / Jacob Smith -- Radio sound / Alex Russo -- Structures of sonic feeling / Tom Artiss -- Gender and the telephonic voice / Cara Wallis -- Ways of hearing : sound, culture and history / James Mansell -- Literature and sound / Justin St Clair -- The sociology of sound / Martyn Hudson -- Popular music as sound and listening / Ian Reyes -- Radio sound / Tim Wall -- Sporting sounds / Ben Powis and Thomas F. Carter
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : C1 Libris-ID: mw9hv7zhkl0hnn8hSummary: "The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies is an extensive volume presenting a comparative and historically informed understanding of the workings of sound in culture, while also mapping potential future directions for research in the field. Experts from a variety of disciplines within sound studies cover such diverse topics as politics, gender, media, race, literature and sport. Individual sections that consider the importance of sound in an increasingly mediated world; the role that sound media play in the construction of experience; and the ways in which sound has been theorized to produce a distinctive sensory contribution to knowledge. This wide-ranging and vibrant collection provides a rich resource for scholars and students of media and culture"-- Provided by publisher
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Introduction : sound studies and the art of listening -- Sound as theory 1863-2014 : from Hermann von Helmholtz to Salome Voeglin / Holger Schulze -- What is sound studies? / Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard -- Embodiment and the senses / David Howes -- Multisensory investigation of sound, body and voice / Nina Sun Eidsheim -- The return to sound aesthetics / Neil Verma -- Sound, affect, politics / Christabel Stirling -- Silence and noise / Richard Rath -- Sound waves of protest : noise abatement movements / Karin Bijsterveld -- Propaganda and sound / David Goodman -- Sounding out racial difference / Alex Corey -- Gendered sound / Marie Thompson -- Mapping hearing impairment : sound/tracks in the corner space / Amanda Cachia -- Sound and terrorism : exploring the world of the Islamic State / Jonathan Pieslak -- Soundscape(s) : the turning of a word / John M. Picker -- The sonic rhythms of place / Tim Edensor -- Geographies of silence / Bennett Hogg -- Sound transformations in space / Meri Kyto -- Diaspora as method, music as hope / Yiu-Fai Chow -- Technologies of sound art: techno-cultural occurrence / Salome Voeglin -- Found in translation : recording, storing and writing of sounds / Carolyn Birdsall -- Sonic archaeologies / Shannon Mattern -- Curating online sounds / Blake Durham -- Ethnographies of sound / Tom Rice -- Soundwalking / Frauke Berendt -- Surface tension : memory, sound and vinyl / Paul Nataraj -- Echo / Julian Henriques and Hillegonda Rietveld -- Sound and music in networked media / Thor Magnussen -- Ordinary and avant-garde sound in British radio's early years / Louis Neibur -- Remastering the recording angel / Jacob Smith -- Radio sound / Alex Russo -- Structures of sonic feeling / Tom Artiss -- Gender and the telephonic voice / Cara Wallis -- Ways of hearing : sound, culture and history / James Mansell -- Literature and sound / Justin St Clair -- The sociology of sound / Martyn Hudson -- Popular music as sound and listening / Ian Reyes -- Radio sound / Tim Wall -- Sporting sounds / Ben Powis and Thomas F. Carter

"The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies is an extensive volume presenting a comparative and historically informed understanding of the workings of sound in culture, while also mapping potential future directions for research in the field. Experts from a variety of disciplines within sound studies cover such diverse topics as politics, gender, media, race, literature and sport. Individual sections that consider the importance of sound in an increasingly mediated world; the role that sound media play in the construction of experience; and the ways in which sound has been theorized to produce a distinctive sensory contribution to knowledge. This wide-ranging and vibrant collection provides a rich resource for scholars and students of media and culture"-- Provided by publisher

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