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”Du känner inte folket som är där, men du får känslan av att du gör det” En socialantropologisk studie om Malmös rave- och undergrounddeltagares upplevelser av samhörighet och hur dessa kommer till liv.

Andersson, Oskar LU (2020) SANK02 20201
Social Anthropology
Abstract
This bachelor’s thesis explores and shines light upon the attractions and experiences of the rave environment and it’s participants in Malmö. It will achieve this by giving a deep description of the seemingly fundamental and essential components that during raves, mixes together with the raving bodies. The discovered components that will be managed are: preparation, people, music, dance, environment and drugs. Through the lens of Victor Turners (1969) famous anthropological theories of liminality and communitas, this thesis will argue that the interplay of these components is the source of the experiences of togetherness, connectedness and unity that ravers so often report as central to the overall experience of raving. With the assistance... (More)
This bachelor’s thesis explores and shines light upon the attractions and experiences of the rave environment and it’s participants in Malmö. It will achieve this by giving a deep description of the seemingly fundamental and essential components that during raves, mixes together with the raving bodies. The discovered components that will be managed are: preparation, people, music, dance, environment and drugs. Through the lens of Victor Turners (1969) famous anthropological theories of liminality and communitas, this thesis will argue that the interplay of these components is the source of the experiences of togetherness, connectedness and unity that ravers so often report as central to the overall experience of raving. With the assistance of Turner and these components, this thesis will also, in detail, analyze and explain stories of rave experiences at it’s peak, shared by the informants included in this study. (Less)
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author
Andersson, Oskar LU
supervisor
organization
course
SANK02 20201
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Social Anthropology, Subculture, Rave, Communitas, Liminality, Malmö
language
Swedish
id
9014706
date added to LUP
2020-06-09 12:14:43
date last changed
2020-06-09 12:14:43
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  abstract     = {This bachelor’s thesis explores and shines light upon the attractions and experiences of the rave environment and it’s participants in Malmö. It will achieve this by giving a deep description of the seemingly fundamental and essential components that during raves, mixes together with the raving bodies. The discovered components that will be managed are: preparation, people, music, dance, environment and drugs. Through the lens of Victor Turners (1969) famous anthropological theories of liminality and communitas, this thesis will argue that the interplay of these components is the source of the experiences of togetherness, connectedness and unity that ravers so often report as central to the overall experience of raving. With the assistance of Turner and these components, this thesis will also, in detail, analyze and explain stories of rave experiences at it’s peak, shared by the informants included in this study.},
  author       = {Andersson, Oskar},
  keyword      = {Social Anthropology,Subculture,Rave,Communitas,Liminality,Malmö},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {”Du känner inte folket som är där, men du får känslan av att du gör det” En socialantropologisk studie om Malmös rave- och undergrounddeltagares upplevelser av samhörighet och hur dessa kommer till liv.},
  year         = {2020},
}