values attached (e.g. ethnicity, race, gender), consumption statuses (e.g. yuppie, punk, etc.) or value-commitment statuses (e.g. feminism, environmentalism, etc.).
4 See also the edited volume by Lawson (1994), in particular the preface by Lawson and chapters by Wilson and Deschouwer.
5 Blyth and Katz (2005, 45) identify several approaches that shore up the new ‘cartel party’ form.
6 See also Keck and Sikkink (1998) and Van Rooy (2004).
7 See Greenwood and Halpin
of protest. The songs, which include titles such as ‘The Spaniard’ and ‘Irrational Anthem’, loudly contest Donald Trump's Senate Bill 4 to de-fund sanctuary. These songs (which can be found at the independent music site https://austinsongsofprotest.bandcamp.com/releases ) stir a variety of feelings and waves of emotion. Blending punk, folk, and classical music, this album elicits a range of responses.
Figure 5.11 ‘Austin Songs of Protest from a Sanctuary City’, album cover