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ADAMS, Ruth (2008) – The Englishness of English punk: Sex Pistols, subcultures and nostalgia. Popular Music and Society. Vol. 31, n.º 4, p. 469-488. ISSN 1740-1712.

ALBIEZ, Sean (2003) – “Know history!: John Lydon, cultural capital and the prog/punk dialectic”. Popular Music. Vol. 22, n.º 3, p. 357-374. ISSN 1474-0095.

ALBIEZ, Sean (2011) – Punk after punk in the UK: 1978-1984.

ALBIEZ, Sean (2006) – “Print the truth, not the legend. The Sex Pistols: Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester, June 4, 1976”. In INGLIS, Ian (ed.) – Performance and popular music: history, place and time. Cap. 9, p. 92-106. Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing. ISBN 9780754640578.

ALMEIDA, M. (2010) – Punk. In CASTELO-BRANCO, S. – Enciclopédia da Música em Portugal no Século XX. Vol. L-P, p. 1067-1070. Lisboa: Círculo de Leitores.

AZERRAD, M. (2002) – Our band could be your life: scenes from the American Indie Underground 1981-1991. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

BANGS, Lester (2005) – Reações psicóticas. S. Paulo: Conrad Editora do Brasil. ISBN 85-7616-132-X.

BANNISTER, Matthew (2007) – Adorno is a punk rocker – negation and 80s alternative rock music. In COLLINSON, Ian; EVANS, Mark (ed.) – Sounds and Selves: Selected Proceedings from the 2005 IASPM Australia/New Zealand Conference. Ryde, N.S.W.: International Association for the Study of Popular Music. p. 82-90. ISBN 0975774800.

BARON, Stephen W. (1989) – The Canadian west coast punk subculture: a field strudy. The Canadian Journal of Sociology. Vol. 14, nº 3.289-316. [Consult. 16 Dezembro 2011].

BARRETO, J. L. (1997) – Musa LusaVulgata das músicas portuguesas contemporâneas. Lisboa: Hugin.

BENNETT, Andy & PETERSON, Richard A. (eds.) (2004) – Music scenes: local, translocal and virtual. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

BENNETT, Andy & TAYLOR, Jody (2012) – Popular music and the aesthetics of ageing. Popular Music. Vol. 31, n.º 2, p. 231–243.

BENNETT, Andy (2000) – Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place. Palgrave: Basingstoke.

BENNETT, Andy (2006) – Punk’s Not Dead: the continuing significance of punk rock for an older generation of fans. Sociology. Vol. 40, n.º 2, p. 219–235.

BENNETT, Andy (2013) – Music, Style and Aging: Growing Old Disgracefully? Popular music, ageing and lifestyle. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

BLOUSTIEN, D. (2003) – ‘Oh Bondage, Up Yours!’ Or Here’s Three Chords, Now Form a Band: Punk, Masochism, Skin, Anaclisis, Defacement. In MUGGLETON, D.; WEINZIERL, R., (Eds.) – The Post-subcultures Reader. Oxford: Berg. p. 51-63.

BOURDIEU, Pierre. (1995) – Rules of Art: Genesis and Structure of the Literary Field. California: Stanford University Press.

BRAKE, Mike (1980) – The sociology of youth culture and youth subcultures: sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-7100-0364-1.

BURKE, Roger & SUNLEY, Ros (1998) – Post-Modemism and Youth Subcultures in Britain in the 1990s. In HAZLEHURST, Kayleen M.; HAZLEHURST, Cameron – Gangs and Youth Subcultures: international Explorations. New Jersey: Transaction Publishing. p. 35-65. ISBN 9781560003632.

CARTLEDGE, F. (1999) – Local punk fashion and commodity exchange. In: SABIN, R. (Ed.) – Punk Rock: So What?, New York: Routledge. p.143-154.

CHAMBERS, I. (1985) – Urban Rhythms: pop music and popular culture. London: Macmillan.

CLARK, D. (2003) – The death and life of punk, the last subculture. In MUGGLETON, D.; WEINZIERL, R. (eds.) – The Post-subcultures Reader. Oxford: Berg. pp. 223-236.

COGAN, Bryan (2010). The encyclopedia of punk. New York: Sterling Publishing.

COGAN, Bryan (s./d.) – What do I get? Punk rock, authenticity, and cultural capital. Counterblast.

COLEGRAVE, S. & SULLIVAN, C. (2002) – Punk. Hors limites. Paris: Éditions du Seuil.

COX, Aleasha (2011) – Youth gangs in the UK: myth or reality?. Internet Journal of Criminology. p. 1-18. ISSN 2045-6743.

DALE, Pete (2010) – Anyone Can Do It: Traditions of Punk and the Politics of Empowerment. Newcastle: Newcastle University. PhD Thesis.

DODD, Sarah Drakopoulou (2011) – “Roots radical” – the role of artifacts in radical punk entrepreneurship. ALBA Graduate School of Business, Athens (Greece).

DUNCOMBE, Stephen (1998) – Let’s all be alienated together: zines and the making of underground community. In AUSTIN, Joe; WILLARD, Michael Nevin (eds.) – Generations of Youth: Youth Cultures and History in Twentieth-Century America. New York: New York University Press. 427-451

DUNN, K. C. (2008) – Never Mind the bollocks: the punk rock politics of global communication. Review of International Studies. Vol. 34, p.193-210.

ERRICKSON, A. (1999) – A detailed journey into the punk subculture: punk outreach in public libraries. University of North Carolina: Chapel Hill.

FEIXA, Carles (1999) – De jóvenes, bandas e tribus. Barcelona: Ariel. ISBN 84-344-1176-8.

FOX, Kathryn Joan (1987) – Real punks and pretenders: the social organization of a counterculture. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Vol. 16, n.º 3, p. 344-370. ISSN 0891-2416.

GALLO, Ivone Cecília Ávila (2008) – Punk: Cultura e Arte. Varia Historia. Vol. 24, n.º 40, p. 747-770.

GARNETT, Robert (1999) – Too low to be low: Art pop and the Sex Pistols. In SABIN, Roger (ed.) – Punk rock: so what?: the cultural legacy of punk. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415170307. p. 17-29.

GELDER, K. (2007) – Subcultures: cultural histories and social practice. London & New York: Routledge.

GELDER, Ken; THORTON, Sarah (eds.) (1997) – The subcultures reader. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-12727-0.

GUERRA, Paula (2010) – A instável leveza do rock. Génese, dinâmica e consolidação do rock alternativo em Portugal (1980-2010). Faculty of Arts of University of Porto, Porto. Ph.D Thesis.

GUERRA, Paula (2011) – Alta Fidelidade: um roteiro com paragens pelas lojas de discos independentes em Portugal na última década (1998-2010). Sociologia – Revista da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto. Vol. 21, p. 23-48.

HAENFLER, R. (2004) – Rethinking subcultural resistance: core values of the straight edge movement. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Vol. 33, n.º 4, p. 406-436.

HEBDIGE, D. (1988) – Hiding in the light: on images and things. London: Taylor & Francis.

HEBDIGE,D. (1979) – Subculture: the meaning of style. London: Routledge.

HEBDIGE, D. (1992) – Redeeming witness: in the tracks of the Homeless Vehicle Project. Cultural Studies. Vol. 7, n.º 2, p.175-223.

HESMONDHALGH, D. (1997) – Post-punk’s attempt to democratise the music industry: the success and failure of rough trade. Popular Music. Vol. 16, n.º 3, p. 255-274.

HODKINSON, Paul (2002) – Goth: identity, style and subculture. Oxford: Berg. ISBN 978-1-85973-605-0.

JAMES, David (1989) – Hardcore: cultural resistance in the postmodern. Film Quarterly. Vol. 42, n.º 2, p. 31-39.

JAMES, K. (2009) – “This is England”: Punk rock’s realist/idealist dialectic and its implications for critical accounting education. Accounting Forum. Vol. 33, nº 2, p.127-145.

LAING, D. (1985) – One Chord Wonders: power and meaning in punk rock. Philadelphia: Open University Press.

LAING, D. (1987) – Interpreting Punk Rock. Marxism Today. p. 123-132.

LANGMAN, L. (2008) – Punk, porn and resistance: carnivalization and the body in popular culture. Current Sociology. Vol. 56, nº 4, p. 657-677.

LEITCH, Vicent B. (1991) – Birmingham Cultural Studies: Popular Arts, Poststructuralism, Radical Critique. The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Vol. 24, nº 1, p. 74-86.

LENTINI, P. (2003) – Punk’s Origins: Anglo-American syncretism. Journal of Intercultural Studies. Vol. 24, n.º 2, p. 153-174.

MASTERS, M. (2007) – No wave. London: Black Dog Publishing.

MATTSON, K. (2001) – Did punk matter? Analysing the practices of a youth subculture during the 1980’s. American Studies Volume 42, nº 1, pp. 69-97.

MATULA, Theodore (2007) – “Pow! to the people: The Make-Up’s reorganization of punk rhetoric”. Popular Music and Society. Vol. 30, nº 1, p. 19–38.

MCNEIL, Legs; MCCAIN, Gillian (2006) – Please Kill Me. L’histoire non censure du punk racontée par ses acteurs. Paris: Éditions Allia. ISBN 2-84485-208-4.

MEGÍAS, I. Q. & RODRIGUEZ, E. S. J. (2001) – La identidad juvenil desde las afinidades musicales. Madrid: Instituto de la Juventud.

MOORE, Ryan (2004) – Postmodernism and punk subculture: cultures of authenticity and deconstruction. The Communication Review. Vol. 7, nº 3, p. 305-327.

MOORE, Ryan (2007) – Friends don’t let friends listen to corporate rock: punk as a field of cultural production. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Vol. 36, n.º 4, p. 438-474.

MORAN, Ian P. (2010) – Punk: the do-it-yourself subculture. Social Sciences Journal. Vol. 10, n.º 1.

O’CONNOR, Alan (2002) – Local scenes and dangerous crossroads: punk and theories of cultural hybridity. Popular Music. Vol. 21, n.º 2, p. 225-237.

O’HARA, Craig (1999) – The philosophy of punk: more than noise! California: AK Press. ISBN 9781873176436.

PAIS, José Machado (1996) – Culturas Juvenis. Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda. ISBN 972-27-0548-2.

PAIS, José Machado; BLASS, Leila (coords.) (2004) – Tribos urbanas. Produção artística de identidades. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 972-671-129-0.

PAIS, José Machado; CARVALHO, Clara; GUSMÃO, Neusa Mendes de (orgs.) (2008) – O Visual e o Quotidiano. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais. ISBN 978-972-671-213-8.

PHILLIPOV, M. (2006) – Haunted by the spirit of ’77: punk studies and the persistence of politics. Continuum. Vol. 20, nº 3, p.383-393.

REYNOLDS, S. (2006) – Rip it up and start again: post punk 1978-1984. Londres: Faber and Faber.

ROSEN, Paul (1997) – It was easy, it was cheap, go and do it! Technology and Anarchy in the UK Music Industry. In PURKIS, J.; BOWEN, J. (eds) – Twenty-First Century Anarchism; Unorthodox ideas for a new Millennium. London: Cassell Press. ISBN 0304337439.

SABIN, R. (1999) – Punk rock: so what?: the cultural legacy of punk. London: Routledge.

SAVAGE, Jon (2001) – England’s dreaming: Les Sex Pistols et le punk rock. Londres: Faber and Faber. ISBN 0-571-20744-8.

SIMON, B. S. (1997) – Entering the Pit: slam-dancing and modernity. Journal of Popular Culture. Vol. 31, nº 1, p.149-176.

SIMONELLI, David (2002) – Anarchy, Pop and Violence: Punk Rock Subculture and the Rhetoric of Class, 1976-78. Contemporary British History. Vol. 16, n.º 2, p. 121-144. ISSN 1449-2490.

SINKER, M. (1999) – Concrete, so as to self-destruct. The etiquette of punk, its habits, rules, values and dilemmas. In Sabin, R. (ed.) – Punk rock: so what?: the cultural legacy of punk. London: Routledge. p. 120-139.

STRAW, W. (1991) – Systems of articulation, logics of change: communities and scenes in popular music. Cultural Studies. p. 368-388.

THOMPSON, Stacy (2004) – Punk productions: unfinished business. New York: State University of New York. ISBN 0-714-6188-2.

TUCKER, B. L. (2006) – Punk and the political: the role of practices in subcultural lives. College of Arts and Sciences of Ohio University, Ohio. Master of arts thesis.

VITECK, Cristiano Marlon (2007) – Punk: anarquia, neotribalismo e consumismo no rock’n’roll. Espaço Plural. Ano VIII, nº 16. ISSN 1518-4196.

WIDDICOMBE, Sue & WOOFFITT, Rob (1990) – ‘Being’ versus ‘Doing’ Punk: on achieving authenticity as a member. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. Vol.9, n.º4, p. 257-277.

WORLEY, Matthew (2012) – Shot by both sides: punk, politics and the end of ‘consensus’. Contemporary British History. Vol. 26, n.º 3, p. 1-22.

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