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      "If in London have itchy balls, everybody scratches it here". : Early developments of punk in Chile and Spain: parallels and differences.

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            Abstract

            The diversity of manifestations within the punk scene has been previously noted in the academic literature. Punk diversity rests as much on the social and material conditions of musical production as on the peculiarities of the dominant culture and the socio-political situation of each region at a specific historical moment.

            Some noticeable differences between the contexts of British and Spanish punk were the absence of differentiated youth culture in Spain, the tension between expectation, disillusionment and possibilism of the Spanish democratic transition, and the immaturity of the media and the political structures created. To a greater or lesser extent, these contexts were shared by their Latin American counterparts.

            With these elements in mind, this article aims to outline the place that punk music and its derivatives had within the processes of democratic transition, drawing a comparison between Spain and Chile, given the historical and political confluences between the two countries. Thus, its developments, the generational rejection dimension, and the attempts at political appropriation to which punk and its derivatives were subjected, besides some elements that might distinguish Chilean and Spanish punk from their Anglo-Saxon counterparts, are discussed.

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            25 January 2022
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            [1 ] 1. The International School of Doctoral Studies. University of Murcia, Spain. 2. Suicide and Mental Health Research Unit. University of Otago Wellington, New Zealand. 3. Mental Health Center of Lorca. Murcia Health Service, Spain.
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPL3VEC.v1
            211db143-d258-4eec-a39b-bcdc761078d0

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            The datasets generated during and/or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
            Arts,History
            Local developments,Chile,Spain,Movida Madrileña,Punk

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