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Number of items: 36.

2014

Clarke, John (2014). Imagined economies: austerity and the moral economy of ‘fairness’. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 30-31 pp. 17–30. file

2013

Mahony, Nick and Clarke, John (2013). Public crises, public futures. Cultural Studies, 27(6) 933-954. file

2012

Wheeler, Kathryn (2012). ‘Change today, choose Fairtrade’: Fairtrade Fortnight and the citizen-consumer. Cultural Studies, 26(4) pp. 492–515.

2011

Allington, Daniel (2011). Distinction, intentions, and the consumption of fiction: negotiating cultural legitimacy in a gay reading group. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(2) pp. 129–145. file

Finnegan, Ruth and Orwin, Martin (2011). Introduction. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 23(1) pp. 1–3.

Herbert, David and Gillespie, Marie (2011). Editorial, special issue on religion, media and social change. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(6) pp. 601–609. file

Sabsay, Leticia (2011). The limits of democracy: transgender sex work and citizenship. Cultural Studies, 25(2) pp. 213–229.

2010

Clarke, John (2010). After Neo-Liberalism? Cultural Studies, 24(3) p. 375.

2008

Barnett, Clive; Clarke, Nick; Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice (2008). The elusive subjects of neo-liberalism. Cultural Studies, 22(5) pp. 624–653. file

Kehily, Mary Jane and Nayak, Anoop (2008). Global femininities: consumption, culture and the significance of place. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 29(3) pp. 325–342.

2007

Bennett, Tony (2007). Making culture, changing society: the perspective of 'culture studies'. Cultural Studies, 21(4-5) pp. 610–629.

Bragg, Sara (2007). “Student Voice” and governmentality: the production of enterprising subjects? Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 28(3) pp. 343–358. file

Carabine, Jean (2007). New Labour's teenage pregnancy policy: constituting knowing responsible citizens? Cultural Studies, 21(6) pp. 952–973.

Clarke, John (2007). Subordinating the social? Neo-liberalism and the remaking of welfare capitalism. Cultural Studies, 21(6) pp. 974–987.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2007). What's in a name? New Labour's citizen-consumers and the remaking of public services. Cultural Studies, 21(4-5) pp. 738–757.

Gill, Rosalind (2007). Postfeminist media culture: Elements of a sensibility. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(2) pp. 147–166.

Gillespie, Marie (2007). Media, security and multicultural citizenship: a collaborative ethnography. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10 (3 ) pp. 275–294.

Hall, Stuart (2007). Richard Hoggart, The Uses of Literacy and the cultural turn. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(1) pp. 39–49.

Herbert, David (2007). Shifting Securities in Northern Ireland: 'Terror' and the Troubles' in global media and local memory. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 10(3) pp. 343–359.

Hetherington, Kevin (2007). Manchester's Urbis: Urban regeneration, museums and symbolic economies. Cultural Studies, 21(4-5) pp. 630–649.

McFall, Liz (2007). The disinterested self: the idealized subject of life assurance. Cultural Studies, 21(4-5) pp. 591–609. file

McLaughlin, Eugene and Neal, Sarah (2007). Who can speak to race and nation? Intellectuals, public policy formation and the future of multi-ethnic BritainCommission. Cultural Studies, 21(6) pp. 910–930.

Newman, Janet (2007). Remapping the public: Pubic libraries and the public sphere. Cultural Studies, 21(6) pp. 887–909.

Woodward, Kath (2007). On and Off the Pitch: Diversity policies and transforming identities? Cultural Studies, 21(4-5) pp. 758–778. file

2006

Ware, Vron (2006). Info-war and the politics of feminist curiosity: exploring new frameworks for feminist intercultural studies. Cultural Studies, 20(6) pp. 526–551.

2005

Bennett, Tony (2005). Civic laboratories: museums, cultural objecthood, and the governance of the social. Cultural Studies, 19(5) pp. 521–547.

2004

Baker, Sarah (2004). 'It's not about candy': Music, sexiness and girls’ serious play in after school care. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(2) pp. 197–212.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2004). Embarrassment, education and erotics: the sexual politics of family viewing. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(4) pp. 441–459. file

Jordan, Tim (2004). The pleasures and pains of Pikachu. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(4) pp. 461–480.

2002

Brown, Duncan (2002). Environment and identity: Douglas Livingstone's A Littoral Zone. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 16(2) pp. 94–116.

Lucey, Helen and Reay, Diane (2002). A market in waste: psychic and structural dimensions of school-choice policy in the UK and children’s narratives on ‘demonized’ schools. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 23(3) pp. 253–266.

McFall, Liz (2002). What about the old cultural intermediaries? An historical review of advertising producers. Cultural Studies, 16(4) pp. 532–552.

Tincknell, Estella and Raghuram, Parvati (2002). Big Brother: Reconfiguring the 'active' audience of cultural studies? European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(2) pp. 199–216.

2001

Baker, Sarah (2001). 'Rock on, baby!': Pre-teen girls and popular music. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 15(3) pp. 359–371.

1999

Barnett, Clive (1999). Culture, government, and spatiality: re-assessing the 'Foucault effect' in cultural-policy studies. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 2(3) pp. 369–397. file

1995

Taylor, Stephanie and Wetherell, Margaret (1995). Doing national construction work: discourses of national identity. Sites: A Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies, 30(Autumn) pp. 69–84. file

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