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Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism (2009)
Journal Article
Atton, C. (2009). Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism. Popular Music, 28, 53-67. https://doi.org/10.1017/S026114300800158X

‘Alternative’ publications challenge the conventional discourses of rock journalism. In particular, the dominant discourses of authenticity, masculinity and mythology might be countered by publications that emphasise historical and (sub)cultural fra... Read More about Writing about listening: alternative discourses in rock journalism.

Why alternative journalism matters. (2008)
Journal Article
Atton, C., & Hamilton, J. F. (2008). Why alternative journalism matters. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 1-15

Art of the past: adapting Henry James's The Golden Bowl. (2007)
Journal Article
Artt, S. (2007). Art of the past: adapting Henry James's The Golden Bowl. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 1, 5-16. https://doi.org/10.1386/japf1.1.5/1

This article deals with James Ivory's screen adaptation of Henry James's novel The Golden Bowl. The analysis draws on the use of fine art motifs in the mise-en-scne and the use of symbolic art objects as a way of adapting and condensing James's textu... Read More about Art of the past: adapting Henry James's The Golden Bowl..

Current Issues in Alternative Media Research (2007)
Journal Article
Atton, C. (2007). Current Issues in Alternative Media Research. Sociology Compass, 1, 17-27. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-9020.2007.00005.x

Research in alternative media has burgeoned since the turn of the millennium. The majority of studies has examined the political and social dimensions of alternative media and has focused on the media of social movements. The value of these amateur m... Read More about Current Issues in Alternative Media Research.

“Hail brither Scots O’ Coaly Tyne”: networking and identity among Scottish migrants in the north east of England, ca.1860 – 2000. (2007)
Journal Article
Burnett, J. (2007). “Hail brither Scots O’ Coaly Tyne”: networking and identity among Scottish migrants in the north east of England, ca.1860 – 2000. Immigrants and Minorities, 25, 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1080/02619280701630870

Despite their significant presence throughout the modern era, Scottish emigrants to England have been neglected as a topic of research. At various times, Scottish in-migration to the north-east of England was greater than any other English region bot... Read More about “Hail brither Scots O’ Coaly Tyne”: networking and identity among Scottish migrants in the north east of England, ca.1860 – 2000..

Sociologie de la Presse Musicale Alternative en Grande Bretagne (2006)
Journal Article
Atton, C. (2006). Sociologie de la Presse Musicale Alternative en Grande Bretagne. Copyright Volume! Autour des Musiques Populaires, 5, 7-25

Research on alternative media have often adopted the punk fanzine to establish as teacher. This article intends to return to this finding and explore a wide range of zines and magazines questioning the usual equation between professionalism and stand... Read More about Sociologie de la Presse Musicale Alternative en Grande Bretagne.

Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose (2004)
Journal Article
Lyall, S. (2004). Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose. Scottish studies review, 5(2), 41-55

Explores the ways in which the activities of Christopher Murray Grieve in Montrose, Scotland as a journalist with the "Montrose Review," helped in the finding of poet Hugh MacDiarmid. Examination of MacDiarmid's professional working life; Analysis of... Read More about Genius in a provincial town: MacDiarmid's poetry and politics in Montrose.

Joseph Conrad and psychological medicine: a review essay (2004)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2004). Joseph Conrad and psychological medicine: a review essay. Conradiana, 35, 259-67

The essay is a review of Martin Bock's Joseph Conrad and Psychological Medicine that discusses recent approaches to Conrad sudies by way of contextualising Bock's book.

The Hardys and William Mathie Parker. (2004)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2003). The Hardys and William Mathie Parker. The bibliotheck : a journal of bibliographical notes and queries mainly of Scottish interest, 1, (25-39). ISSN 0006-193X

A Note on When the Sleeper Wakes and Heart of Darkness (2004)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2004). A Note on When the Sleeper Wakes and Heart of Darkness. Notes and Queries, 171-174

This article discusses the fact that Heart of Darkness is mentioned in H. G. Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes. It argues that due to publication dates, it would seem that Wells knew about Conrad's story and may well have seen the manuscript.

Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship. (2004)
Journal Article
Wasson, S. (2004). Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship. Extrapolation, 45, 130-144

This article presents a discussion on science fiction related to cloning. Science fiction has long played with the notion of the doubled self, and the speculative potential of the double was extended when the term "human cloning" entered cultural par... Read More about Love in the time of cloning:  science fictions of transgressive kinship..

Reshaping social movement media for a new millennium. (2003)
Journal Article
Atton, C. (2003). Reshaping social movement media for a new millennium. Social Movement Studies, 2, 3-15

This article contextualizes Indymedia, the Internet-based network of Independent Media Centres (IMCs) that has developed since the 30 November protests in Seattle against the World Trade Organization talks there in 1999. In a short space of time this... Read More about Reshaping social movement media for a new millennium..

'The Coming Terror': Well's outcast London and the modern gothic (2003)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2003). 'The Coming Terror': Well's outcast London and the modern gothic. Victorian Gothic: Leeds Centre Working Papers in Victorian Studies, 6, 41-55

This paper discusses the gothic tensions in H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds. It positions a story that is generally regarded as an early work of science fiction within a gothic context.