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Dave O'Brien
Dave O'Brien
Professor of Cultural and Creative Industries
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Cultural policy: Management value and modernity in the creative industries
D O'Brien
Routledge, 2014
3302014
Measuring the value of culture: A report to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
D O'Brien
3092010
Culture is bad for you: Inequality in the Cultural and Creative Industries
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Culture is bad for you, 2020
2652020
Are the creative industries meritocratic? An analysis of the 2014 British Labour Force Survey
D O’Brien, D Laurison, A Miles, S Friedman
Cultural Trends 25 (2), 116-131, 2016
2592016
‘Like skydiving without a parachute’: How class origin shapes occupational trajectories in British acting
S Friedman, D O’Brien, D Laurison
Sociology 51 (5), 992-1010, 2017
1862017
Panic! Social class, taste and inequalities in the creative industries
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
https://createlondon.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Panic-Social-Class-Taste …, 2018
128*2018
Cultural value and inequality: A critical literature review
D O'Brien, K Oakley
Arts and humanities research council, 2015
1262015
Learning to labour unequally: Understanding the relationship between cultural production, cultural consumption and inequality
K Oakley, D O'Brien
Social Identities 22 (5), 471-486, 2016
1182016
Cultural capital: Arts graduates, spatial inequality, and London’s impact on cultural labor markets
K Oakley, D Laurison, D O’Brien, S Friedman
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (12), 1510-1531, 2017
942017
‘Culture is a meritocracy’: Why creative workers’ attitudes may reinforce social inequality
M Taylor, D O’Brien
Sociological Research Online, 1360780417726732, 2017
872017
Producing and consuming inequality: A cultural sociology of the cultural industries
D O’Brien, K Allen, S Friedman, A Saha
Cultural Sociology 11 (3), 271-282, 2017
872017
The “scouse wedding” and other myths: reflections on the evolution of a “Liverpool model” for culture-led urban regeneration
T Cox, D O'Brien
Cultural Trends 21 (2), 93-101, 2012
822012
Cultural engagement and the economic performance of the cultural and creative industries: An occupational critique
P Campbell, D O’brien, M Taylor
Sociology 53 (2), 347-367, 2019
722019
Exploring the theoretical foundations of visual art programmes for people living with dementia
G Windle, S Gregory, T Howson-Griffiths, A Newman, D O’Brien, ...
Dementia 17 (6), 702-727, 2018
722018
Deflecting privilege: Class identity and the intergenerational self
S Friedman, D O’Brien, I McDonald
Sociology 55 (4), 716-733, 2021
682021
The social life of measurement: How methods have shaped the idea of culture in urban regeneration
P Campbell, T Cox, D O’Brien
Journal of Cultural Economy 10 (1), 49-62, 2017
662017
Who is in charge? Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008 and the governance of cultural planning
D O'Brien
The Town Planning Review, 45-59, 2011
652011
After urban regeneration
D O’Brien, P Matthews
Bristol: Policy Press, 2015
59*2015
Resistance and resignation: Responses to typecasting in British acting
S Friedman, D O’Brien
Cultural Sociology 11 (3), 359-376, 2017
562017
Cultural value, measurement and policy making
D O’Brien
Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 14 (1), 79-94, 2015
562015
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