Clubbing: Dancing, Ecstasy and Vitality

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part One - The Beginnings 1
  • The Night Ahead 3
  • Clubbing Contexts 6
  • Three Starting Points 11
  • Researching Clubbing 32
  • Part Two - The Night Out 35
  • Getting into It, Feeling Part of It 37
  • The Dancer from the Dance 70
  • Moments of Ecstasy 105
  • Clubbing and Playful Vitality 134
  • Part Three - Reflections 167
  • Introduction 169
  • Three Stories of Afterglow 170
  • Playing—consuming—fluxing 180
  • Nights Out 188
  • Appendix 191
  • Notes 199
  • References 210
  • Index 228
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