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Danger, Anger, and Noise: The Women Punks of the Late 1970s and Their Music 

 

 

This chapter will give an overview of the dangerous environment for young women in the British punk subculture in the late 1970s, followed by a discussion of the feelings of anger this sense of danger prompted in them, contributed to by a feeling of lack of control over those who appeared to have invincible power over their lives.

 

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This article by Helen Reddington is a selection from The Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock, edited by George McKay and Gina Arnold.

 

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