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Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Trevor Kelley,Leslie Simon
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release Date : 2009-10-06
Category : Music
Total pages :256
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What is emo? For starters it's a form of melodic, confessional, or EMOtional punk rock. But emo is more than a genre of music–it's the defining counterculture movement of the '00s. EVERYBODY HURTS is a reference book for emo, tracing its angsty roots all the way from Shakespeare to Holden Caufield to today's most popular bands. There's nothing new about that perfect chocolate and peanut butter combination––teenagers and angst. What is new is that emo is the first cultural movement born on the internet. With the development of early social networking sites like Make Out Club (whose mission is to unite "like–minded nerds, loners, indie rockers, record collectors, video gamers, hardcore kids, and artists through friendship, music, and sometimes even love") outcast teens had a place to find each other and share their pain, their opinions, and above all, their music–which wasn't available for sale at the local record store. Authors Leslie Simon and Trevor Kelley lead the reader through the world of emo including its ideology, music, and fashion, as well as its influences on film, television, and literature. With a healthy dose of snark and sarcasm, EVERYBODY HURTS uses diagrams, illustrations, timelines, and step–by–step instructions to help the reader successfully achieve the ultimate emo lifestyle. Or, alternately, teach him to spot an emo kid across the mall in order to mock him mercilessly.

Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Rebecca Williams
Publisher : University of Iowa Press
Release Date : 2018-05
Category : Social Science
Total pages :260
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Have you ever been a fan of a show that was canceled abruptly or that killed off a beloved character unexpectedly? Or perhaps it was rebooted after a long absence and now you’re worried it won’t be as good as the original? Anyone who has ever followed entertainment closely knows firsthand that such transitions can be jarring. Indeed, for truly loyal fans, the loss can feel very real—even throwing their own identity into question. Examining how fans respond to and cope with transitions, endings, or resurrections in everything from band breakups (R.E.M.) to show cancellations (Hannibal) to closing down popular amusement park rides, this collection brings together an eclectic mix of scholars to analyze the various ways fans respond to change. Essays explore practices such as fan discussion and creating alternative fan fictions, as well as cases where fans abandon their objects of interest completely and move on to new ones. Shedding light on how fans react, both individually and as a community, the contributors also trace the commonalities and differences present in fandoms across a range of media, and they pay close attention to the ways fandom operates across paratexts and transmedia forms including films, comics, and television. This fascinating approach promises to make an important contribution to the fields of fan, media, and cultural studies, and should appeal widely to students, scholars, and anyone else with a genuine interest in understanding why these transitions can have such a deep impact on fans’ lives. Contributors: Stuart Bell, Anya Benson, Lucy Bennett, Paul Booth, Joseph Brennan, Kristina Busse, Melissa A. Click, Ruth Deller, Evelyn Deshane, Nichola Dobson, Simone Driessen, Emily Garside, Holly Willson Holladay, Bethan Jones, Nicolle Lamerichs, Kathleen Williams, Rebecca Williams

Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Joanna Nadin,Anthony McGowan
Publisher : Hachette UK
Release Date : 2017-08-03
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :320
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MORE HOPE. MORE HEART . . . MORE FOOL YOU. Matt and Sophia live in the same city, but they come from opposite sides of the track. By rights they should never have met. They definitely should never have fallen in love at first sight, of all cliches. But, to their great surprise, they do. That's the easy part. It's what to do next that they struggle with. Friends, family and circumstance are mostly against them. They betray themselves; then they betray each other. And in the end they learn, the hard way, what it takes for love to survive. It's true what they say. Everybody hurts sometimes. But sometimes, too, the pain is worth it.

Damage

Damage
Author : Eve Ainsworth
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2017-03-02
Category : Cutting (Self-mutilation)
Total pages :284
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How can you heal if you can't face your past? Confident, popular Gabi has a secret - a secret so terrible she can't tell her family, or her best friend. She can't even take pleasure in her beloved skateboarding any more. And then one day an impulse turns to something darker. Gabi has never felt so alone. But then she learns that not everyone has wounds you can see. A searing look at self-harm and acceptance from hugely talented author Eve Ainsworth. Warning: includes content that some readers may find upsetting.

Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1990
Category :
Total pages :129
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Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Rick Stevenson
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2009
Category : Suicide
Total pages :129
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One day at the office, Rick Stevenson received a phone call asking him to come to the police station. There he learned that his 28-year-old son Mike had shot and killed himself. This is Rick's personal account of his emotional journey towards accepting Mike's death.

Anton Corbijn, Everybody hurts

Anton Corbijn, Everybody hurts
Author : Anton Corbijn,Brian Eno
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2003
Category : Celebrities
Total pages :319
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Everybody Hurts Sometimes

Everybody Hurts Sometimes
Author : Lois Tonkin,Skylight (Organization)
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1997-01-01
Category : Adjustment (Psychology) in children
Total pages :14
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Intended to help children cope with their feelings of grief when someone important to them dies, or when parents separate or divorce. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, secondary.

Everybody Hurts, Sometimes

Everybody Hurts, Sometimes
Author : Catherine Bowness Staff
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2006-01
Category :
Total pages :129
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Everybody Hurts, Sometimes

Everybody Hurts, Sometimes
Author : Jeanette Lemmergaard
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2011
Category :
Total pages :95
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Because Everybody Hurts Sometimes

Because Everybody Hurts Sometimes
Author : Alexander I. Nemchonok
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2010
Category :
Total pages :63
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Everybody Hurts

Everybody Hurts
Author : Too Little Too Late Journals
Publisher : Independently Published
Release Date : 2018-10-12
Category : Family & Relationships
Total pages :72
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This matte 6"x9" daily breakup journal is a perfect accompaniment for anyone who wants to write down and reflect on their past relationship. With a beautiful cover and 30 guided prompt pages (with facing lined pages where you can continue writing or come up with your own writing theme), you can do a little ex bashing and a little bit of personal growing.

Special Issue

Special Issue
Author : Jeanette Lemmergaard
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2011
Category :
Total pages :95
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The R.E.M. Companion

The R.E.M. Companion
Author : John Platt
Publisher : Schirmer Trade Books
Release Date : 1998
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :280
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Refusing to kowtow to commercial pressures, the band achieved success on their own terms, and, like all the great rock acts that preceded them, they created a unique sound and style that many have copied but few can capture. This book collects the best of these critical essays, record and concert reviews, interviews, and other material that helps unlock the mystery of R.E.M."--BOOK JACKET.

Music Worth Talking about

Music Worth Talking about
Author : Tim Atkins,Patty Atkins
Publisher : Baker Publishing Group
Release Date : 1995
Category : Religion
Total pages :216
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Music is a powerful force in youth culture. Here is a dynamite resource that shows youth workers how to use popular music--both secular and Christian--as a discussion starter with teens. The song discussions help youth practice the art of listening by carefully examining the lyrics to determine the artist's intent and by viewing the message of the song through a biblical perspective.