Monday, April 14, 2014

Surf Style: Counter Culture to Popular Culture, A Bibliography


“It is possible that no sport practiced by fewer people has ever had the influence of surfing on American style.” 
– Guy Trebay



Bryant, N (n.d.). Regional Differences in Dress and Fashion. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion: Volume 3 – The United States and Canada.
Craik, J. (2005). Fashioning Sports Clothing as Lifestyle Couture. In Uniforms Exposed. Retrieved 5 Apr. 2014, from http://www.bergfashionlibrary.com/view/UNIFEXP/chapter-UNIFEXP0013.xml
Cunningham, P. Mangine, H., Reilly, A. (2005). Television and Fashion in the 1980s. In Twentieth-Century American Fashion.
Lynch, A., Strauss, M. (2007). Fashion as Collective Behavior. In Changing Fashion.
Paoletti, Jo. (n.d). Children and Adolescents in the United States. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion: Volume 3 – The United States and Canada.
Sokolowski, S, S. (n.d).  Dress for Recreational Sports and Professional Sports. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion: Volume 3 – The United States and Canada.
Winge, T. (n.d).  Music and Dress in the United States. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion: Volume 3 – The United States and Canada.

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Heimann, J. (2004).  Surfing: vintage surfing graphics.  Call Number: 741.67 HEI


Trebay, G. (2006, June 1).  Back to the beach in New York.  The New York Times. Retrieved April 5, 2014 from http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/01/fashion/thursdaystyles/01surf.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0


Posted on April 14, 2014 I Blog post by Lauren Gavin, M.L.S. (Technical Services/Reference Librarian)