Routledge Handbook of Street Culture

Jeffrey Ian Ross, Ph.D. (Redaktør)

Discussions of street culture exist in a variety of academic disciplines, yet a handbook that brings together the diversity of scholarship on this subject has yet to be produced. The Routledge Handbook of Street Culture integrates and reviews current scholarship regarding the history, types, and contexts of the concept of street culture. Les mer
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Discussions of street culture exist in a variety of academic disciplines, yet a handbook that brings together the diversity of scholarship on this subject has yet to be produced. The Routledge Handbook of Street Culture integrates and reviews current scholarship regarding the history, types, and contexts of the concept of street culture. It is comprehensive and international in its treatment of the subject of street culture. Street culture includes many subtypes, situations, locations, and participants, and these are explored in the various chapters included in this book. Street culture varies based on numerous factors including capitalism, market societies, policing, ethnicity, and race but also advances in technology. The book is divided into four major sections: Actors and street culture, Activities connected to street culture, The centrality of crime to street culture, and Representations of street culture. Contributors are well respected and recognized international scholars in their fields. They draw upon contemporary scholarship produced in the social sciences, arts, and humanities in order to communicate their understanding of street culture. The book provides a comprehensive and accessible approach to the subject of street culture through the lens of an inter- and/or multidisciplinary perspective. It is also intersectional in its approach and consideration of the subject and phenomenon of street culture.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword: From the Chicago School to the Routledge Handbook of Street Culture


Peter K. Manning


Introduction: Disentangling Street Culture


Jeffrey Ian Ross





PART I: Actors and Street Culture





1. A Street Culture of Homelessness


Tyler Frederick





2. Currando las margenes: Roma Street Culture


Daniel Briggs





3. Street Performers and Street Culture


Paul Watt





4. How Municipal Police Interact with Street Culture


Jeffrey Ian Ross and Michael Rowe





5. Youth Street Cultures: Between Online and Offline Circuits


Ricardo M. O. Campos





PART II: Activities Connected to Street Culture





6. Graffiti, Crime and Street Culture


Stefano Bloch and Susan A. Phillips





7. From Graffiti to Gallery: The Street Art Phenomenon


G. James Daichendt





8. Taxi Driving and Street Culture: Acquiring and Utilizing Street Knowledge


Jeffrey Ian Ross





9. Skateboarding and Street Culture


Iain Borden





10. Parkour and Street Culture: Conviviality, Law, and the Negotiation of Urban Space


Paul Gilchrist and Guy Osborn





11. Mobilising Street Culture: Understanding the Implications of the Shift from Lifestyle Bike Messengers to Gig Economy Workers


Justin Spinney and Cosmin Popan





12. Street Vending and Everyday Life in an Authentic 21st Century


Renia Ehrenfeucht





13. Private Uses Make Public Spaces: Street Vending in Ho Chi Minh City and Rome


Francesca Piazzoni and Hue-Tam Jamme





14. Street Scavenging and Street Culture


Ben Stickle





15. Street Life and Masculinities


Christopher Mullins and Daniel Ryan Kavish





16. Gentrification's Impact on Street Life


Mirko Guaralda and Jaz Hee-jeong Choi





PART III: The Centrality of Crime to Street Culture





17. Street Culture and Street Crime: The Enduring and Unequivocal Link


Jeffrey Ian Ross and Barbara Barraza Uribe





18. The Code of the Street: Causes and Consequences


Jonathan Intravia





19. A Cross-Cultural Perspective of the Code of the Street


Sebastian Kurtenbach





20. Street Culture and Street Gangs


Timothy Lauger and Brooke Horning





21. Suburbia's Delinquent Street Cultures


Simon I. Singer





22. Writing "Street Culture" Should be a Crime


Karen Coen Flynn and Mark S. Fleisher





PART IV: Representations of Street Culture





23. The Relationship between Popular Culture and Street Culture: A Case Study of Baltimore


Jeffrey Ian Ross





24. Portrayals of Street Culture in Hollywood Films


James Wicks





25. On the Street: Photography and the City


Donna West Brett





26. Street Styles Serenade: Urban Street Styles Emerging from Music Scenes


Theresa M. Winge


27. Re-Inventing Luxury in the Streets: An Assemblage View of the Relationship Between Luxury Brands and Street Culture


Helene De Burgh-Woodman





28. Language and Street Culture in the Big City


Eivind Nessa Torgersen





29. Street Food and Placemaking: A Cultural Review of Urban Practices


Anna Svensdotter, Mirko Guaralda and Severine Mayere





30. Digital Streets, Internet Banging, and Cybercrimes: Street Culture in A Digitized World


Robert Roks and Jeroen van den Broek

Om forfatteren

Jeffrey Ian Ross, Ph.D., is a professor in the School of Criminal Justice, College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore. He has been a visiting professor at Ruhr-Universita t Bochum, Germany, and University of Padua, Italy. He has researched, written, and lectured primarily on corrections, policing, political crime, state crime, crimes of the powerful, violence, street culture, and crime and justice in American Indian communities for over two decades. Ross' work has appeared in many academic journals and books, as well as popular media. He is the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of several books including the Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art (Routledge, 2016). In 2018, Ross was given the Hans W. Mattick Award, "for an individual who has made a distinguished contribution to the field of Criminology & Criminal Justice practice," from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 2020, he received the John Howard Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences' Division of Corrections. The award is the ACJS Corrections Section's most prestigious award, and was given because of his "outstanding research and service to the field of corrections."