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Zebda, Tactikollectif, Origines contrôlées : la musique au service de l’action sociale et politique à Toulouse

Abstract : Zebda, a musical group from Toulouse, appeared during the 1980s. Closely linked to a local voluntary organisation, it includes French citizens of foreign descent, whose families migrated to the Midi-Pyrénées region from the Maghreb, but also from Italy and Spain. Zebda became famous in the 1990s as a “mixed band” playing “hybrid” music. This dissertation begins by analysing the conditions in which the band emerged and its relationships with the movement of the Marches pour l’égalité in the 1980s, and with a militant organisation that will eventually become Tactikollectif in the 1990s. Then it shows that Zebda can be defined as a “musical tool”, which allows answering the question: How does Zebda’s music question the foundations of French society? That is, conceptions of citizenship and conditions for living together in harmony.
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Armelle Gaulier. Zebda, Tactikollectif, Origines contrôlées : la musique au service de l’action sociale et politique à Toulouse. Science politique. Université de Bordeaux, 2014. Français. ⟨tel-01100067⟩

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