Reggae, Rastafari, and the rhetoric of social control by Stephen A. King ; with contributions by Barry T. Bays III and P. Renée Foster.
University Press of Mississippi,
Table of Contents:
- PART ONE (1959-1971)
- Ska and the roots of Rastafarian musical protest
- Rocksteady, the Rude Boy, and the political awakening of Rastafari
- Early reggae, Black power, and the politicization of Rastafari
- Jamaica Labour Party's "policy of the beast" : the rhetoric of social control strategies
- PART TWO (1972-1980)
- International reggae : popularization and polarization of Rastafari
- Michael Manley and the People's National Party's co-optation of the Rastafari and reggae.