Punk Research

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The first issue appeared in May 1984. It was  an 81/2" X 11" zine, consisting of five pages devoted to [[Punk]] and contained articles on the origins of the word 'punk', media inconsistencies about the origins of punk, and books about punk. An article on a search for a definition of punk featured a variety of zine editors' comments, including those of Thomas Siegal, editor of [[Ink Disease]], and Karin Keiser, editor of [[The Last Thing]], among many others.
The first issue appeared in May 1984. It was  an 81/2" X 11" zine, consisting of five pages devoted to [[Punk]] and contained articles on the origins of the word 'punk', media inconsistencies about the origins of punk, and books about punk. An article on a search for a definition of punk featured a variety of zine editors' comments, including those of Thomas Siegal, editor of [[Ink Disease]], and Karin Keiser, editor of [[The Last Thing]], among many others.
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The second issue appeared in March 1985. The eleven pages of this issue featured a bibliography of the most publicized hardcore bands in the U.S., such as M.D.C., J.F.A., D.O.A., Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Husker Du, Black Flag and more. The feature article was "Punk: The Power of a Word" by [[Donny the Punk]].
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The second issue appeared in March 1985. The eleven pages of this issue featured a bibliography of the most publicized hardcore bands in the U.S., such as M.D.C., J.F.A., D.O.A., Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Husker Du, Black Flag and more. The feature article was "Punk: The Power of a Word" by [[Donny The Punk]].
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category:1980's publications]] [[Category:Punk]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category:1980's publications]] [[Category:Punk]]

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Punk Research was a zine from San Diego, California.

The first issue appeared in May 1984. It was an 81/2" X 11" zine, consisting of five pages devoted to Punk and contained articles on the origins of the word 'punk', media inconsistencies about the origins of punk, and books about punk. An article on a search for a definition of punk featured a variety of zine editors' comments, including those of Thomas Siegal, editor of Ink Disease, and Karin Keiser, editor of The Last Thing, among many others.

The second issue appeared in March 1985. The eleven pages of this issue featured a bibliography of the most publicized hardcore bands in the U.S., such as M.D.C., J.F.A., D.O.A., Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Husker Du, Black Flag and more. The feature article was "Punk: The Power of a Word" by Donny The Punk.

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