1 Playing the generation game: insiders, outsiders and the new generationalism 2 The new establishment: on now at a media outlet near you. 3 Running scared: 'political correctness', boomer-whinge and the big panic. 4 Stoned again: the 'victim feminism' scare. 5 Locked-out: 'legalised nostaligia' and 'dumbing-down'. 6 The culture racket: making a literature 7 Growing old gracefully: publishing the 'generation of '68'. 8 An illiberal education: liberals versus the 'postmodern'. 9 Canned goods and culture wars: the Metropolis comes to town. 10 All hands on deck in the 'Year of the Helens'. 11 Dark underbelly: youth, culture and policy. 12 Theory, death and me: a Realpolitik of generationalism.
Shortlisted, Gleebooks Prize, New South WAles Premier's Literary Awards 1999Honourable Mention, Individual Category, Centre for Australian Cultural Studies National Awards 1997
Mark Davis was born in Geelong, Victoria. For the past ten years he has worked as a graphic designer in publishing and in 1995 he won ABPA book design awards for Real Gorgeous and The Art Of Tassel Making. He recently completed a BA (Hons) in English and has had a number of academic essays published. Currently he is (spasmodically) at work on his MA.