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Musicking in social space
Nick Crossley

(status-homophilous) interactions. Lady Gaga may be enjoyed for her dancefloor bangers or her performance art, for example. It is a matter of how audiences approach and appreciate music; what they listen for; how they use music; the critical tools they bring to bear (or don't). Linking to Danto ( 1964 ) and Fish ( 1980 ), it is a matter of interpretive conventions oriented to background knowledge and assumptions (see Chapter 2 ). And linking to Peirce ( 1991 ), it is a matter of shared associations which bestow semiotic meaning (see Chapter 6 ). In all cases, the

in Connecting sounds
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Andrew Dix

taking Hong Kong cinema – especially its action genres – as exemplifying the vitality of popular film more broadly. Kam, Louie (ed.) (2010), Hong Kong Culture: Word and Image (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press). This collection on mutations of Hong Kong culture following Chinese repossession in 1997 also discusses literature, music and performance art, but devotes considerable space to the situation of cinema now. Marchetti, Gina and Tan See Kam (eds) (2007), Hong Kong Film, Hollywood and the New Global Cinema: No Film Is an Island

in Beginning film studies (second edition)