Dressing for Deviance
Joanne Turney (Redaktør)
In this interdisciplinary volume, leading scholars propose new ways of seeing everyday dress and the body in public space. Les mer
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In this interdisciplinary volume, leading scholars propose new ways of seeing everyday dress and the body in public space. Garments and individual or group wearers are used as case studies to explore the codification of clothing as criminal - hoodies, trench-coats, Norwegian Lustkoffe sweaters, low-slung trousers and Hip Hop styling are all untangled as garments with criminal significance. The book questions the point at which morality as a form of social control meets criminality, and suggests ways to renegotiate established dress codes and terms such as `suitability' and `glamour' through the study of what people wear in response to notions of criminality.
List of Illustrations
1 White Lies and the Tailoring of Evil
2 The Horror of the Hoodie: Clothing the Criminal
3 The Criminalisation of the Saggy Pant
Holly Price Alford
4 Mug Shot/Head Shot: Danger, Beauty and the Temporal Politics of Booking Photography
5 Kogyaru and Pleasure of Dressing as a `Delinquent Girl' (furyo shojo)
6 There's no B'ness like `Ho' B'ness (50 Cent, PIMP): Deconstructing the Hip-Hop `Ho'
7 Fear and Clothing in Adidas: Branded Sportswear and Fashioning the `Handy Dandy'
8 Crime and Fashion in the 1950s and 1960s in Socialist Hungary
9 Queer Materiality: An Empirical Study of Gender Subversive Styles in Contemporary Stockholm
10 Material Evidence: Sexual Assault, Provocative Clothing and Fashion
11 Skulls and Crossbones: America's Confederacy of Pirates
12 A `Louse' in Court: Norwegian Knitted Sweaters on Big-Time Criminals
Ingun Grimstad Klepp
13 Out of the Trenches and into Vogue: Un-belting the Trench Coat
14 From Revolting to Revolting: Masculinity, the Politics and Body Politic of the Tracksuit
Interdisciplinary in its approach and using a series of garments and group wearers as case studies, this edited collection explores the connection between fashion and criminality.