Sarah Baker
Sarah Baker
Professor in Cultural Sociology, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Creative labour
D Hesmondhalgh, S Baker
Routledge, 2011
1043*2011
‘A very complicated version of freedom’: Conditions and experiences of creative labour in three cultural industries
D Hesmondhalgh, S Baker
Poetics 38 (1), 4-20, 2010
3142010
Creative work and emotional labour in the television industry
D Hesmondhalgh, S Baker
Theory, culture & society 25 (7-8), 97-118, 2008
3012008
Pop in (to) the Bedroom Popular Music in Pre-Teen Girls’ Bedroom Culture
SL Baker
European Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (1), 75-93, 2004
982004
Notes towards a typology of the DIY institution: Identifying do-it-yourself places of popular music preservation
S Baker, A Huber
European Journal of Cultural Studies 16 (5), 513-530, 2013
782013
Sex, gender and work segregation in the cultural industries
D Hesmondhalgh, S Baker
The Sociological Review 63 (S1), 23-36, 2015
752015
Rap, recidivism and the creative self: A popular music programme for young offenders in detention
S Baker, S Homan
Journal of youth studies 10 (4), 459-476, 2007
702007
On not talking to strangers: Researching the micro worlds of girls through visual auto-ethnographic practices
G Bloustien, S Baker
Social Analysis 47 (3), 64-79, 2003
632003
'Rock on, baby!': Pre-teen girls and popular music
S Baker
Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 15 (3), 359-371, 2001
482001
Redefining Mainstream Popular Music
A Bennett, S Baker, JE Taylor
London and New York: Routledge, 2013
32*2013
Preserving Popular Music Heritage: Do-it-Yourself, Do-it-Together
S Baker
Routledge, 2015
312015
‘It’s not about Candy’Music, Sexiness and Girls’ Serious Play in after School Care
S Baker
International Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (2), 197-212, 2004
312004
From Snuggling and Snogging to Sampling and Scratching Girls' Nonparticipation in Community-Based Music Activities
S Baker, BMZ Cohen
Youth & Society 39 (3), 316-339, 2008
302008
Toward a Political Economy of Labor in the Media Industries
D Hesmondhalgh, S Baker
The Handbook of Political Economy of Communications, 381-400, 2011
282011
Cultural Precincts, Creative Spaces Giving the Local a Musical Spin
S Baker, A Bennett, S Homan
Space and Culture 12 (2), 148-165, 2009
282009
Sustaining popular music’s material culture in community archives and museums
S Baker, J Collins
International Journal of Heritage Studies 21 (10), 983-996, 2015
252015
The sound of music heritage: curating popular music in music museums and exhibitions
S Baker, L Istvandity, R Nowak
International Journal of Heritage Studies 22 (1), 70-81, 2016
242016
'Masters of our own destiny': cultures of preservation at the Victorian Jazz Archive in Melbourne, Australia.
S Baker, A Huber
Popular Music History 7 (3), 2012
242012
Young people and community radio in the northern region of Adelaide, South Australia
S Baker
Popular music and society 30 (5), 575-590, 2007
222007
Historical records, national constructions: the contemporary popular music archive
S Baker, P Doyle, S Homan
Popular Music and Society, 1-20, 2015
212015
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