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The concept of turbofolk in Croatia: inclusion/exclusion in the construction of national musical identity

@inproceedings{Baker2007TheCO,
  title={The concept of turbofolk in Croatia: inclusion/exclusion in the construction of national musical identity},
  author={Catherine Baker},
  year={2007}
}
If national identity is constantly redefined through social practice (Edensor 2002:12; Bellamy 2003:29), then Croatia’s cultural politics show those processes frequently at work in popular music (Čale Feldman et al. 1993; Pettan 1998; Pavlović 1999; Ceribašić 2000; Senjković 2002; Senjković and Dukić 2005). This holds true not only for the wartime years, when Croatian popular music was conceptualised as excluding any signifiers of ‘enemy’ Serbian culture, but also for the Yugoslav era (Lukovi… 
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