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  • Atkinson,CZ 1997. 'Whose New Orleans? Music's place in the packaging of New Orleans for tourism'. Tourists and tourism: identifying people with place. Eds. S Abram, JD Waldren and DVL MacLeod. Oxford: Berg. pp91-106.
  • Baulch, E 2003. 'Gesturing elsewhere: the identity politics of the Balinese death/thrash metal scene'. Popular Music. Vol.22. No.2. pp195-215
  • Becker, H 1963. Outsiders: studies in the sociology of deviance. New York: Free Press
  • Becker, H 1982. Art worlds. Berkeley: University of California Press
  • Blum, A 2001. 'Scenes'. Public Culture: cities/scenes. Issue 22/23. pp7-35
  • Carls, K, and Schmiechen, J 1999. The British markethall: a social and architectural history. New Haven: Yale University Press
  • Cavicchi, D 1998. Tramps like us: music and meaning among Springsteen fans. New York: Oxford University Press
  • Chevigny, P 2004. Gigs: jazz and the cabaret laws in New York city
  • Cohen, S 1972. Folk devils and moral panics: the creation of mods and rockers. London: MacGibbon and Kee
  • Cohen, S 1991. Rock culture in Liverpool: popular music in the making. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Cohen, S 2007a. Decline renewal and the city in popular music culture: beyond The Beatles. Guildford: Ashgate
  • Cohen, S 2007b. 'Rock landmark at risk: popular music, urban regeneration and the built urban environment'. Journal of Popular Music Studies. Vol.19. No.1. New York: Blackwell. pp 3-25.
  • Cohen, S and McManus, K 1991. Harmonious relations. Liverpool: National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside.
  • Connell, J and Gibson, C 2003. Sound tracks: popular music, identity and place. London: Routledge.
  • Finnegan, R 1989. The hidden musicians: music-making in an English town. Open University Press: Milton Keynes.
  • Gibson, C and Connell, J 2005. Music and tourism: on the road again. Clevedon: Channel View Publications
  • Gilman and Fenn. 2006. 'Dance, gender, and popular music in Malawi: the case of rap and ragga'. Popular Music. Vol.25. No.3. pp369-381.
  • Greene, P 2001. 'Mixed message: unsettled cosmopolitanisms in Nepali pop'. Popular Music. 20. pp169-187.
  • Groves, A 2007. The Grafton Girls. London: Harper.
  • Guilbault, J 1993. Zouk: world music in the West Indies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Hall, S and Jefferson, T 1976. Resistance through rituals: youth subcultures in post-war Britain. London: Hutchinson.
  • Hall, S et al. 1978. Policing the crisis: mugging, the state, and law and order. London: MacMillan.
  • Hobsbawm, E and Ranger, T 1983. 'Introduction: inventing traditions'. The invention of tradition. Eds E Hobsbawm and T Ranger. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Jones, P and Wilks-Heeg, S 2004. 'Capitalising culture: Liverpool 2008'. Local Economy. Vol.19. No. 4. pp341-360.
  • Leonard, M 1997. 'Paper planes: travelling the new grrrl geographies'. Cool places: geographies of youth cultures. Ed. G Valentine. London: Routledge. pp 101-121
  • Lipsitz, G 1994. Dangerous crossroads: popular music, postmodernism and the poetics of place. London: Verso
  • McManus,K. 1994. 'Nashville of the North': country music in Liverpool. Liverpool: Institute of Popular Music.
  • Nooshin, L 2005. 'Underground and overground: rock music and youth discourses in Iran'. Iranian studies. Vol.38. No.3. pp463-494.
  • Shank, B 1994. Dissonant identities: The rock 'n' roll scene in Austin, Texas. Hanover, NH, University Press of New England
  • Straw, W 2001. 'Scenes and Sensibilities'. Public Culture: cities/scenes. Issue 22/23. pp245-257
  • Straw, W 2003. 'Scenes'. Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world. Volume 1. Eds John Shepherd et al. London: Continuum
  • Thornton, S 1995. Club cultures: music, media and subcultural capital. London: Routledge
  • Waterman, C 1990. Juju: a social history and ethnography of an African popular music. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.