Includes bibliographical references (pages 403-417) and index.
"'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima' shows that music played a central role in expressing antinuclear sentiments and mobilizing political resistance in Japan. Combining musical analysis with ethnographic participation, author Noriko Manabe offers an innovative typology of the spaces central to the performance of protest music--cyberspace, demonstrations, festivals, and recordings." --publisher information.
Introduction: Analyzing political music under self-censorship -- The nuclear past and present : structures of power and civil resistance -- Musicians in the antinuclear movement : motivations, roles, and risks -- Cyberspace : playback and participation -- Demonstrations -- Festivals : differing models of communication -- Recordings : allegories, metaphors, and metonyms -- Conclusion: Protesting under (and against) constraints.