The Exit Festival: contesting political pasts, impacts on youth culture and regenerating the image of Serbia and Novi Sad

Nicholas Wise, J. Flinn, I. Mulec

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    Abstract

    This chapter presents research findings from a study on the Exit Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia. This music festival started as a political event organized by students who opposed the policies of Slobodan Miloševic´ in the year 2000. The chapter critically assesses the political contexts and narratives that position the social and cultural impacts of the Exit Festival/movement.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIdeological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events
    EditorsO. Moufakkir, T. Pernecky
    Place of PublicationWallingford
    PublisherCABI
    Pages60-73
    Number of pages14
    ISBN (Print)9781780643526
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Keywords

    • music festivals
    • youth culture
    • Serbia

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    Wise, N., Flinn, J., & Mulec, I. (2015). The Exit Festival: contesting political pasts, impacts on youth culture and regenerating the image of Serbia and Novi Sad. In O. Moufakkir, & T. Pernecky (Eds.), Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events (pp. 60-73). Wallingford: CABI. https://doi.org/10.1079/9781780643526.0060
    Wise, Nicholas ; Flinn, J. ; Mulec, I. / The Exit Festival: contesting political pasts, impacts on youth culture and regenerating the image of Serbia and Novi Sad. Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. editor / O. Moufakkir ; T. Pernecky. Wallingford : CABI, 2015. pp. 60-73
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    Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. ed. / O. Moufakkir; T. Pernecky. Wallingford : CABI, 2015. p. 60-73.

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    Wise N, Flinn J, Mulec I. The Exit Festival: contesting political pasts, impacts on youth culture and regenerating the image of Serbia and Novi Sad. In Moufakkir O, Pernecky T, editors, Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. Wallingford: CABI. 2015. p. 60-73 https://doi.org/10.1079/9781780643526.0060