Bringing the banjo back to life: The field of dutch independent folk music as participatory culture

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Poecke, Niels; Michael, Janna;

textabstractIn this paper we investigate factors underlying the production of independent folk music (indie folk) in the Netherlands. By studying the creation, distribution and reception of indie folk music through in-depth interviewing, we argue that the social product... View more
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