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Materializing Memory in Art and Popular Culture: 1st Edition (Hardback) The book's underlying premise is twofold: on the one hand, memory is performed.
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Routledge, London, pp. I B Tauris, London, pp. Smith, Clarissa Policy, politics and porn. Sexualities, 21 8. Smith, Clarissa Pornographication: A discourse for all seasons. Smith, Clarissa Pornography.

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Oxford University Press, Oxford. Journalism Studies, 8 4. ISSN X. Smith, Clarissa Sex and sexuality in British media. Sexualities, 5 1.

Sex Education, 11 3. Journal of Sex Education, 11 3. New Media and Society. In: Controversial Images. Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. In: Revisiting Star Studies. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. Palgrave Macmillan, UK. Palgrave MacMillan, London. Lexington books. Smith, Susan 'Elizabeth Taylor and the video essay: a case study'.

Starkey, Guy 'Cultural policy in the coalition years: laissez faire regulation, the public spending squeeze and the drive to digital'. Cultural Trends, 24 1. Starkey, Guy '"Enlightment" and "paternalism" in radio and television'. Tripodos Starkey, Guy Foreword to D. Todd trans. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press Ltd. Starkey, Guy '"Local radio, delivered nationally" or "national brand, delivered locally"? News and programming hubs and the impact on content production of recent changes in regulation, ownership and the local content requirement in the UK commercial sector'.

Starkey, Guy 'Narrative on radio: Traditional storytelling and the challenge of digital visualisation'. In: The 10th Biennial International Radio. Starkey, Guy 'New media development: challenges for the political economy and practices of established media'. In: Radio: Community, Challenges, Aesthetics. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, pp. Starkey, Guy 'Radio formats and social media use in Europe - 28 case studies of public service practice'. Palgrave Macmillan. Starkey, Guy 'Radio's audiences'. Starkey, Guy 'Radio: the resilience of an established medium'.

Starkey, Guy 'Radio: the resilient medium in today's increasingly diverse multi-platform media environment'. China Radio Journal, 8. Starkey, Guy Trust in the diverging, convergent multi-platform media environment. Communication Management Quarterly Starkey, Guy 'When speech was "meaningful" and presenters were just a phone call away: the development of popular radio talk formats in early UK commercial radio'.

Starkey, Guy 'The resilient medium of radio in the increasingly diverse multi-platform media environment of today'. China Broadcasts, 8. In: Companion to News and Journalism. Madrid: University of Alcala Press. Storey, John After Popular Culture. Storey, John Almost cut my hair. Guangxi University Press. Storey, John Becoming British. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Storey, John 'Being British'. In: The Vietnam Era. Pluto Press. Storey, John Cultural Studies. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. Edward Arnold. Leuven University Press. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Pearson Education, London. Pearson Education. Storey, John Culture Studies and Globalisation. Storey, John Culture and Power. In: Reconciling Anglistik. University of Trier Press. In: Culture and Its Discontents. Innsbruck University Press. Storey, John 'Culture in Cultural Studies'. In: Being Cultural. Storey, John Culture in Intercultural Communication. Storey, John Culture or cultures. Storey, John The 'Culture' of Globalisation. Storey, John Culture, Power, Difference.

In: Marginality and Difference in Education and Beyond. Trentham Books. Storey, John Discourses of the Popular. Universitarsverlag Winter, Heidelberg. In: High-Pop. Kritische Berichte, 35 2. In: International conference on "Reconciling 'Anglistik': Didactic strategies for an interdisciplinary approach to literature, linguistics, and cultural studies", Oct , University of Trier, Germany.

Storey, John The Game of Love. Storey, John Globalisation as Cultural Americanisation. Storey, John Hegemony and Signification. Storey, John Hollywood's discourse on Vietnam. Storey, John The Ideology of Romance. Storey, John Interdisciplinarity and Cultural Studies. Storey, John Inventing Popular Culture. Storey, John Inventing opera as art in nineteenth-century Manchester. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9 4. In: Invited Paper, University of Nottingham. In: Christmas, Ideology and Popular Culture. Edinburgh University Press,, Edinburgh.

The European English Messenger, 3 2. Literature and History. Storey, John Media Love. Storey, John Mediatized Spaces of Intimacy. Storey, John Memory and Identity. Storey, John Music and the American Counterculture. Storey, John 'Opera and the "Masses"'. Storey, John The Politics of Signification.

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Storey, John The Popular and Postmodernism. Storey, John Postmodernism and Popular Culture. In: The Routledge Dictionary of Postmodernism, second edition. Icon Press. Storey, John 'Postmodernism and Popular Culture'. Storey, John Problems with the Popular.

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In: Invited Paper, , University of Vienna. Storey, John Rituals of Truth. Harvester Wheatsheaf and University of Georgia Press. Open University Press. In: Culture and Power. Peter Lang, pp. In: Smooth Operators and Foxy Chicks. Inaugural Professorial Lecture. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 6 1. Storey, John Social struggles played out on field of culture.

Scotland on Sunday. In: Stories of Empire. Studies in English Literary and Cultural History, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Trier. Prentice Hall. Storey, John Taking Drugs Seriously. Storey, John Tarzan: an imperial narrative. Literature and History, 1. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 21 2. Storey, John Uses of British Identity. Visual Culture in Britain, 1 1.

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