Journal Title or Book Title
Counterblack: the e-journal of culture and communication
After years of alternately being declared either dead, irrelevant, or simply too outrageous to be accepted into the fabric of American culture, and almost thirty years after it first reared it’s mohawk'd head in public, the musical genre known as “punk rock” has finally been accepted as part of mainstream American culture. This is unfortunately not the result of changing musical tastes or a growing acceptance of subversive subcultures on the part of the American audience, but rather, is due to a single factor loathed by most participants in (the wide and diverse variety of) insular punk communities, the increasing ubiquity of the music itself in television commercials.
Cogan, Brian Ph.D., "What Do I Get? Punk Rock, Authenticity, and Cultural Capital" (2003). Faculty Works: Communications. 21.