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This list relates to the year Semester 2, 2017 which ended on 20/10/2017
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  1. Library Guide: 1 item
  2. 1 (key reading) Introduction 1 item
    1. The Routledge companion to the cultural industries - (Ebooks Corporation 2015)

      Book  Ch. 10, S. Homan, ‘The popular music industries’, 141-151

  3. 2. Music as cultural labour 18 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
      1. The Artist-as-Intermediary: Musician Labour in the Digitally Networked Era - Kait Kribs

        Article  eTopia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 2017, 3(11), 1-10

    2. 2 (supplementary) 16 items
      1. Artistic labour markets and careers - Menger, Pierre-Michel

        Article  Annual Review of Sociology, 1 Jan. 1999, 25, 541-574

      2. Paying the piper: a study of musicians and the music business - Krzysztof Kubacki, Robin Croft

        Article  International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, Nov. 2005, 10(4), 225-237

      3. The Story Of Rough Trade Records - Part 1 9/9/2013

        Audio-visual document  Audio visual website accessed 27/06/17

      4. Working Musician Ep 1-7 19/10/2016

        Audio-visual document  Audio visual website accessed 27/06/17

      5. Looking for work in creative industries policy - Mark Banks, David Hesmondhalgh

        Article  International Journal of Cultural Policy, 1 Nov. 2009, 15(4), 415-430

      6. Creative labour: media work in three cultural industries - David Hesmondhalgh, Sarah Baker 2011

        Book 

      7. Creative Accommodations - George Morgan, Julian Wood

        Article  Journal of Cultural Economy, 2014, 7(1), 64-78

  4. 3. Music as intellectual property 8 items
    1. Key reading: 2 items
      1. Popular music in a digital music economy: problems and practices for an emerging service industry - Tim J. Anderson, (Ebooks Corporation 2014)

        Book  Anderson, T.J., Ch.3, ‘Retail Climate Change: From Selling Music to Selling a Service’, 63-91

      2. What Do Musicians Talk About When They Talk About Copyright? - John Street, Tom Phillips

        Article  Popular Music and Society, 2017, 40(4), 422-433

    2. 3 (supplementary) 6 items
      1. The music industry and the digital revolution 19/7/2016

        Audio-visual document  Audio visual website accessed 27/06/17

      2. Can the music industry survive the streaming revolution? 4/2/2015

        Audio-visual document  Audio visual website accessed 27/06/17

  5. 4. Contemporary Fandom 14 items
    1. Key reading: 1 item
      1. New Economy of Fandom - Patryk Galuszka

        Article  Popular Music and Society, 2015, 38(1), 25-43

    2. 4 (supplementary) 13 items
      1. Amateur experts: International fan labour in Swedish independent music - N. K. Baym, R. Burnett

        Article  International Journal of Cultural Studies, Sept. 2009, 12(5), p.433-449

      2. The Ashgate research companion to fan cultures - Linda Duit, Koos Zwaan, Stijn Reijnders 2014

        Book 

      3. Cultural studies: a practical introduction - Michael Ryan, Brett Ingram, Hanna Musiol, (Ebooks Corporation 2010) (electronic resource)

        Book 

  6. 5. Identities, scenes, subcultures 4 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
      1. Understanding popular music culture - Roy Shuker 2016

        Book  Shuker, R., Ch. 12, ’Sound of our Town’: Subcultures, sounds and scenes’, 191-204

      2. Some Things a Scene Might Be - Will Straw

        Article  Cultural Studies, 2015, 29(3), 476-484.

    2. 5 (supplementary) 2 items
      1. Popular Music Scenes and Cultural Memory - Andy Bennett, Ian Rogers, SpringerLink (Online service) 2016

        Book 

      2. Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! An Approach to Underground Music Scenes - P. Guerra, T. Moreira 2016

        Document  pdf document accessed on 28/06/17

  7. 6. Digital lives 6 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
      1. Networked Music Cultures

        Book  R. Prey, Ch. 3, Musica Analytica: The Datafication of Listening, 31-48

      2. Musical exploration via streaming services: The Norwegian experience - Yngvar Kjus

        Article  Popular Communication, Jul-Sept. 2016, 14(3), 127-136

    2. 6 (supplementary) 4 items
      1. Beyond 2.0: the future of music - Steve Collins, Sherman Young 2014

        Book  Ch. 2, 'Rise of the machine', pp30-46

      2. Here We Go Again - Maura Edmond

        Article  Television and new media, May 2014, 15(4), 305-320

  8. 7. Celebrity and the music industries 21 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
      1. The Structural Functions of Stardom in the Recording Industry - Lee Marshall

        Article  Popular Music and Society, 1 Dec. 2013, 36(5), 578-596

    2. 7 (supplementary) 14 items
      1. Buying Beyonce - Ellis Cashmore

        Article  Celebrity Studies, 28 July 2010, 1(2), 135-150

      2. Pregnancy, Then It's "Back To Business" - Dayna Chatman

        Article  Feminist Media Studies, Dec. 2015, 15(6), 926-941

      3. Building the Authentic Celebrity: The “Idol” Phenomenon in the Attention Economy - Charles Fairchild

        Article  Popular Music and Society, July 2007, 30(3), 355-75

      4. Authenticity as Authentication - Allan Moore

        Article  Popular Music, 2002, 21(2), 209-223

      5. Understanding celebrity - Graeme Turner 2014

        Book 

    3. Politics and Celebrity Case Study: Beyonce 5 items
      1. The Queens Of Pop: Beyonce (Episode 8)

        Audio-visual document  Links directly to the Library catalogue record, then click on 'View It'.

      2. "Beyonce feminism" and the contestation of the black feminist body - Nathalie Weidhase

        Article  Celebrity Studies, 2015, 6(1), 128-131

  9. 8. The music city 14 items
    1. Key reading: 2 items
    2. 8 (supplementary) 12 items
      1. Music, space and place: popular music and cultural identity - Sheila Whiteley, Andy Bennett, Stan Hawkins 2004

        Book 

      2. Dead industrial atmosphere: Popular music, cultural heritage and industrial cities - Giacomo Bott

        Article  Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 1 June 2015, 2(1-2), 107-119

      3. The Routledge Reader on the Sociology of Music - (Ebooks Corporation 2015)

        Book  S. Cohen, ch. 22, 'Cityscapes', 231-244

  10. 9. Music journalism 4 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
    2. 9 (supplementary) 2 items
      1. Living and Labouring as a Music Writer - F. Lawson, R. Lobato

        Article  Cultural Studies Review, Mar. 2013, 19(1), 155-176

      2. Understanding popular music culture - Roy Shuker 2016

        Book  Ch. 10, On the cover of the "Rolling Stone" The music press, 161-172

  11. 10 (key readings) 12 items
    1. Key reading: 1 item
      1. A contemporary cultural policy for contemporary music? - S. Homan

        Article  Media International Australia, 2016, 158(1), 37-47

    2. 10 (supplementary) 11 items
      1. Dark side of the tune: popular music and violence - Bruce Johnson, Martin Cloonan, (Ebooks Corporation c2009) (electronic resource)

        Book  'Policy', 161-194

      2. Networked music cultures: contemporary approaches, emerging issues - SpringerLink (Online service) 2016

        Book  J. Rogers, ‘A Song for Ireland? Policy Discourse and Wealth Generation in the Music Industry in the Context of Digital Upheavals and Economic Crisis’, 189-208

      3. Cultural value and cultural policy: some evidence from the world of live music - Adam Behr, Matt Brennan, Martin Cloonan

        Article  International Journal of Cultural Policy, 13 Dec. 2014, 22(3), 1-16

      4. Canadian Content Regulations and the Formation of a National Scene - Scott Henderson

        Article  Popular Music, May 2008, 27(2), 307-315

      5. Popular music industries and the state: policy notes - Shane Homan, Martin Cloonan, Jen Cattermole, (Ebooks Corporation 2016)

        Book 

      6. Democratising the popular: the case of pop music in France and Britain - David L. Looseley

        Article  International Journal of Cultural Policy, Nov. 2012, 18(5), 579-592

      7. A Handbook of Cultural Economics - Ruth Towse, (Ebooks Corporation 2011) (electronic resource)

        Book 

  12. 11. 10 items
    1. Key readings: 2 items
      1. 'Fight the Power': The Politics of Music and the Music of Politics* - John Street

        Article  Government and Opposition, Jan. 2003, 38(1), 113-130

      2. Understanding popular music culture - Roy Shuker, (EBSCOhost 2016)

        Book  Ch. 13, ‘Revolution: Social change, conscience rock and identities'

    2. 11 (supplementary) 8 items
      1. Campaign Songs: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) 24/7/2016

        Audio-visual document  Audio-visual document accessed on 28/06/17

      2. Music and politics - John Street 2012

        Book 

      3. SLAM: the music city and cultural activism - S. Homan

        Article  Law, Social Justice and Global Development Journal, 2016, 20, 1-12

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