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Frith, Simon1 and McRobbie, Angela2. (1978)
“Rock and Sexuality.” Screen Education, Vol. 29: [No pagination].
[Note: Reprinted in the Frith book Taking Popular Music Seriously: Selected Essays, published by: Ashgate, 2007.]


Laing, Dave2 and Taylor, Jenny1. (1979)
“Disco-Pleasure-Discourse: On ‘Rock and Sexuality’.”
Screen Education, Vol. 31: [No pagination].

Martin, Bernice. (1979)
“The Sacralization of Disorder: Symbolism in Rock Music.”
SA: Sociological Analysis, Vol. 40 (2): pages 87-124.

ISSN: 0038-0210.
Publisher: Association for the Sociology of Religion.
[Note: Mentions Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, The Damned, Sex Pistols, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, other bands and punk in general.]