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Banks, Mark; Gill, Rosalind and Taylor, Stephanie (2013). Introduction: Cultural work, time and trajectory. In: Banks, Mark; Gill, Rosalind and Taylor, Stephanie eds. Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, Continuity and Change in the Cultural and Creative Industries. CRESC. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 1–16.

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Banks, Mark (2012). MacIntyre, Bourdieu and the practice of jazz. Popular Music, 31(1) pp. 69–86.

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Banks, Mark (2011). The colours of money: artmoney as community currency. International Journal of Community Currency Research, 15 pp. 77–81.

Banks, Mark and Milestone, Katie (2011). Individualization, gender and cultural work. Gender, Work and Organization, 18(1) pp. 73–89.

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Banks, Mark (2010). Craft labour and creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(3) pp. 305–321.

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Banks, Mark and O'Connor, Justin (2009). After the creative industries. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4) pp. 365–373.

Banks, Mark and Hesmondhalgh, David (2009). Looking for work in creative industries policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4) pp. 415–430.

Banks, Mark (2009). Fit and working again? The instrumental leisure of the ‘creative class’. Environment and Planning A, 41(3) pp. 668–681.

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Banks, Mark (2007). The politics of cultural work. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

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Banks, Mark (2006). Moral economy and cultural work. Sociology, 40(3) pp. 455–472.

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Banks, Mark (2005). Spaces of (in)security: Media and fear of crime in a local context. Crime, Media, Culture, 1(2) pp. 169–187.

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Banks, Mark (2002). Where the art is: defining and managing creativity in new media SMEs. Creativity and Innovation Management, 11(4) pp. 255–264.

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Banks, Mark and MacKian, Sara (2000). Jump in! The water’s warm: a comment on Peck's 'grey geography'. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 25(3) pp. 249–254.

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