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Millennium: The New Politics of Change, edited by Tim Jordan. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 15-33.

Huq, Rupa. 2002. "Raving, not drowning: Authenticity, pleasure and politics in the electronic dance music scen Popular Music Studies, edited by David Hesmondhalgh and Keith Negus. London: Arnold.

Hutnyk, John. 2000. Critique of Exotica: music, politics and the culture industry. London: Pluto Press.

Hutson, Scott. 1999. "Technoshamanism: spiritual healing in the rave subculture." Popular Music and Society 53-77.

Hutton, Fiona. 2001. Making Out in the City: Negotiating the Feminine on Club Scenes in Manchester. Ph. Dissertation, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Hutton, Fiona. 2006. Risky Pleasures? Club Cultures and Feminine Identities. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Jackson, Phil. 2004. Inside Clubbing: Sensual Experiments in the Art of Being Human. Oxford: Berg.

Jagodzinski, Jan. 2005. Music in Youth Culture: A Lacanian Approach. New York :: Palgrave Macmillan

James, Martin. 1997. State of Bass: Jungle - The Story So Far. Basingstoke: Boxtree/ Macmillan.

James, Martin. 1998. Prodigy: Adventures with the Voodoo Crew. London: Ebury Press.

James, Martin. 2001. Moby: Replay - His Life and Times. London: Independent Music Press.

James, Martin. 2002. Fatboy Slim: Funk Soul Brother. London: Sanctuary.

James, Martin. 2002. Prodigy. London: Sanctuary.

James, Martin. 2003. French Connections - From Discotheque to Discovery. London: Sanctuary.

Jones, Simon. 1995. "Rocking the House: Sound System Cultures and the Politics of Space." Journal of Popular Studies 7, 1-24.

Jordan, Tim. 1996. "Collective Bodies: Raving and the Politics of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari." Body Society 1(1`), 125-144.

Kale, Stephanie. 2006. Beyond Gender?: Women in the Cultural Economy of Electronic Music. M.A. Thesis (In of Political Economy), Carleton University.

Kau, Cheryleen. 2006. Raves and drug use. M.A. Thesis (Criminology), California State University, Long Be

Kavanaugh, Philip R. 2006. Solidarity and drug use in the electronic dance music scene. M.A. Thesis (Cult Anthropology), University of Delaware.

Kelly, Robert Thomas. 2001. Physicality and the Edmonton electronic dance music experience. M.A. Thes University of Alberta.

Kemper, Christian. 2004. Mapping techno: jugendliche Mentalitäten der 90er. Frankfurt am Main: Peter La

Knowles, Cynthia. 2001. Up all Night: A Closer Look at Club Drugs and Rave Culture. Geneseo, N.Y: Red H Press.

Langlois, Tony. 1992. "Can You Feel It? DJs and House Music Culture in the UK." Popular Music 11(2), 229

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