By Helen Thomas (eds.)
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76. S. Frith (1983), p. 15. 77. P. Gilroy (1987), p. 155. 78. S. Frith (1983), pp. 243-8. 79. R. Dyer has discussed the affinity of gays to discos in his influential 'In Defence of Disco', Gay Left, 8, 1978. 80. Re S. Cosgrove, 'Forbidden Fruits', New Statesman and Society, 2 September 1988. 81. P. Gilroy, op. cit. p. 217. 217. 83. , p. 154. 217. 85. H. Thomas, op. cit. p. 4. 86. D. Hebdige (1988), chapter 8, p. 205. 87. , p. 205. 88. Copious thanks are due to Helen Thomas for sharing so many dance performances with me, for introducing me to dance scholarship and for demonstrating that sociologists can meaningfully discuss dance.
Dance, Gender and Culture by Helen Thomas (eds.)