Bluegrass and Social Class in the American South
Excerpt from Introduction" Social class is one of the fundamental analytical categories for studying southern cultures. Exploring southern society as the context for cultural life is an enduring concern of scholars from such disciplines as sociology, social history, anthropology, social psychology, and political science, among others, and this volume shows the vital public policy connections to scholarly issues of social class.
Bidgood, Lee. 2012. Bluegrass and Social Class in the American South. The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: Social Class. Vol.20 Larry J. Grifin and Peggy G. Hargis, Eds. University of North Carolina Press. 325-423. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5149/9780807882542_griffin ISBN: 9780807872321