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Popular music as a framework of contemporary British and Irish prose;

dc.contributor.advisorPaunović, Zoran
dc.creatorVekić, Saša Z.
dc.date.accessioned2016-07-30T15:26:27Z
dc.date.available2016-07-30T15:26:27Z
dc.date.available2020-07-03T12:09:20Z
dc.date.issued2016-06-17
dc.identifier.urihttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/handle/123456789/6105
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dc.description.abstractAngloamerička popularna muzika umnogome je uticala na gledišta i stil pisanja određenog broja savremenih britanskih i irskih pisaca. Ispitivanje odnosa između angloameričke popularne muzike i pojedinih dela britanske i irske proze, u drugoj polovini dvadesetog i početkom dvadeset prvog veka, je glavni istraživački cilj u ovoj disertaciji, polazeći od teze o postojanju važne tematske i kontekstualne povezanosti među njima. Takođe, cilj ove studije je i da pruži novi uvid u načine na koje su kulture popularne muzike, njena industrija, istorija, značenja i identiteti, predstavljeni i (re)konstruisani u irskoj i britanskoj prozi, interdisciplinarnim, analitičkim, dijalektičnim, diskurzivnim, odnosno, kulturološkim metodama ispitivanja konteksta u kome su se pojedini žanrovi popularne muzike razvijali i u kome su određena dela nastala. U romanima i autobiografijama, koje su ovde predmet analize, predstavljena je priroda ličnih, društvenih, političkih i (multi)kulturnih promena u urbanom okruženju, koje je umnogome uticalo na pisce i njhov pristup kreiranju naracije. Glavni deo analize obuhvata izabrana dela Kolina Mekinesa, Hanifa Kurejšija, Džona Lajdona, Morisija, Rodija Dojla, Džona Nivena, Nika Hornbija. Teorijski pristup ima svoje polazište kako u potrebnim književnim ispitivanjima, pre svega, u postmodernističkom okviru, tako i u teoretskim razmatranjima suštinskih aspekata savremene kulturološke teorije angloameričke popularne muzike. Tokom druge polovine dvadesetog veka, popularna muzika (kao jedna od narativnih formi u popularnoj kulturi) postala je relevantna i važna u mnogim proznim delima u konstruisanju društvenih, kulturnih, ličnih ideniteta, kao kompleksni značenjski sistem u određenim kontekstima koji su povezani sa tim pričama ili njihovim delovima; takođe, ona je deo intertekstualnih struktura, metafora, i, svakako, važan deo strukture postmodernog narativa. U ovoj disertaciji ponuđena su tumačenja i odgovori koji mogu pomoći u boljem razumevanju izabranih proznih dela i njihovog konteksta, kao i savremene angloameričke popularne muzike koja je bitan deo njihove građe.sr
dc.description.abstractAnglo-American popular music has considerably influenced the viewpoints and writing style of a number of contemporary British and Irish authors. The main research goal of the present dissertation is to investigate the relationship between Anglo-American popular music and some British and Irish prose works in the second half of the twentieth century and at the beginning of the twenty-first century as well; the central thesis is that there are important thematic and contextual connections between them. Furthermore, the primary aim of this study is to provide new insights into the different modes of (re)constructing and representing cultures of popular music and its industries, history, meanings and identities in British and Irish prose, using different interdisciplinary, analytical, dialectic and discursive research methods of cultural investigation of the context in which some genres of popular music developed and certain prose works were created. The nature of personal, social and (multi)cultural changes in urban environment, which greatly influenced authors in their approach to creating narratives, is represented in the novels and autobiographies which are the subject of the analysis in this paper. The primary analysis includes the selected works of Colin MacInnes, Hanif Kureishi, John Lydon, Morrissey, Roddy Doyle, John Niven, Nick Hornby. The theoretical starting point is both in the necessary literary investigation predominantly within the frame of postmodernism and the theoretical examination of the essential aspects of contemporary cultural theory of Anglo-American popular music. During the second half of the twentieth century, popular music (as a narrative form in popular culture) became relevant and important in constructing social, cultural, personal identities in many prose works; it is a complex system of meanings in the contexts which are connected with the stories or their segments. Also, popular music is a part of intertextual structures, a metaphor, and, certainly, an important part of the postmodern narrative structure. This dissertation offers interpretations and answers which can provide a more comprehensive understanding of the selected prose works and their contexts and contemporary Anglo-American popular music as an important part of their structure as well.en
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Београду, Филолошки факултетsr
dc.rightsopenAccessen
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Београдуsr
dc.subjectprozasr
dc.subjectproseen
dc.subjectpopular musicen
dc.subjectidentityen
dc.subjectColin MacInnesen
dc.subjectHanif Kureishien
dc.subjectJohn Lydonen
dc.subjectMorrisseyen
dc.subjectRoddy Doyleen
dc.subjectJohn Nivenen
dc.subjectNick Hornby.en
dc.subjectpopularna muzikasr
dc.subjectKolin Mekinessr
dc.subjectHanif Kurejšisr
dc.subjectDžon Lajdonsr
dc.subjectMorisisr
dc.subjectRodi Dojlsr
dc.subjectDžon Nivensr
dc.subjectNik Hornbisr
dc.subjectidentitet.sr
dc.titlePopularna muzika kao okvir savremene irske i britanske prozesr
dc.titlePopular music as a framework of contemporary British and Irish prose;en
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dcterms.abstractПауновић, Зоран; Векић, Саша З.; Популарна музика као оквир савремене ирске и британске прозе; Популарна музика као оквир савремене ирске и британске прозе;
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dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/30975/Vekic_Sasa_Z.pdf


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