Skip to main content

PECI5105M
Reading List

Creative Work, 2019/20, Semester 2
Dr Jon Ward
j.ward1@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Week 14

No assigned reading. Continue reading your select core text. 

Week 15

Easton, E., & Cauldwell-French, E. (2017). Creative Freelancers. London: Creative Industries Federation. Available from: https://www.creativeindustriesfederation.com/publications/creative-freelancers

Rae, D. (2004). Entrepreneurial learning: a practical model from the creative industries. Education + Training, 46(8/9), 492–500. https://doi.org/10.1108/00400910410569614

Week 16

Hesmondhalgh, D. and Baker, S. (2010), ‘A very complicated version of freedom: conditions and experiences of creative labour in three cultural industries’, Poetics. ISSN: 0304-422x, 38(1), pp.4-20

Taylor, S. (2012). The meanings and problems of contemporary creative work. Vocations and learning [electronic resource]. ISSN: 1874-785X; 1874-7868, 5(1), 41–57. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12186-011-9065-6

Week 17

Gill, R. (2014). Unspeakable inequalities: Post feminism, entrepreneurial subjectivity, and the repudiation of sexism among cultural workers. Social politics. ISSN: 1072-4745, 21(4), 509–528. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxu016

Martins E & Terblanche F (2003) Building Organisational Culture that Stimulates Creativity and Innovation. European journal of innovation management 6 (1) pp64-74

Schein E (1984) Coming to a New Awareness of Organisational Culture. Sloan management review. 25:2 p3

Week 18

Chapter 3 in Bilton, C. (2006) Management and creativity : from creative industries to creative management. Oxford: Blackwell. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   

Wittel, A. (2001). Toward a network sociality. Theory, culture & society. ISSN: 0263-2764, 18(6), 51–76. https://doi.org/10.1177/026327601018006003

 

Week 20

Byrne, B. (2012) Qualitative interviewing. In Seale, C. (ed.), Researching Society and Culture, 3rd ed. London: Sage.   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Valentine, G. (2005). Tell me about...: using interviews as a research methodology. In R. Flowerdew & D. Martin (Eds.), Methods in Human Geography, 2nd ed. (pp. 110–126). Harlow: Pearson. 

Week 23

Basit, T. (2003). Manual or electronic? The role of coding in qualitative data analysis. Educational research. ISSN: 0013-1881, 45(2), 143–154. https://doi.org/10.1080/0013188032000133548

Rivas, C. (2012). Coding and analysing qualitative data. In C. Seale (Ed.), Researching Society and Culture (3rd ed.). London: Sage. Available online        Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Core Books

Banks, M (2007) The politics of cultural work. London: Palgrave.  

Gerber, A. (2017). The work of art : value in creative careers ISBN: 9780804798310 hardcover alkaline paper; 0804798311 hardcover alkaline paper; 9781503603820 paperback alkaline paper; 1503603822 paperback alkaline paper; 9781503604032. Stanford: Stanford University Press.  

Hesmondhalgh, D., & Baker, S. (2011). Creative labour : media work in three cultural industries ISBN: 9780415572606 (hbk.) : £80.00; 0415572606 (hbk.) : £80.00. Abingdon: Routledge.  

Naudin, A. (2018). Cultural Entrepreneurship: the cultural worker’s experience of entrepreneurship. London: Routledge.  

Top of page

Selected Additional Readings

Creative Work and Entrepreneurship

Bailey, J. R., Ford, C. M., & Raelin, J. D. (2009). Philosophical Ties That Bind Practice: The Case of Creativity. Journal of Management Inquiry, 18(1), 27–38.

Bakshi H, Freeman A, Higgs P (2012) A Dynamic Mapping of the UKs Creative Industries. London: NESTA Available online

Banks, M., Gill, R., & Taylor, S. (eds.) (2013) Theorizing cultural work : labour, continuity and change in the cultural and creative industries. Abingdon: Routledge.

Bennett, T. (2018). Towards “Embedded Non-creative Work”? Administration, digitisation and the recorded music industry. The international journal of cultural policy. ISSN: 1028-6632, 6632, 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2018.1479399

Bilton, C (2006) Management and Creativity: from Creative Industries to Creative Management. Oxford: Blackwell

Blair, H. (2001). You’re only as good as your last job. Work, Employment & Society.

Brook, O., O’Brien, D., & Taylor, M. (2018). Panic! Social Class, Taste and Inequalities in the Creative Industries. Retrieved from http://createlondon.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Panic-Social-Class-Taste-and-Inequalities-in-the-Creative-Industries1.pdf

Cameron K. & Quinn R. (2011) Diagnosing and Changing Organisational Culture ISBN: 1118003306; 9781118003305: based on the Competing Values Framework. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass

Canning M., & Kudla D. (2011) The Creative and Digital Industries in Leeds 2011 Sector Assessment. Leeds: Leeds City Council Available online

Cho, M. (2019) Entrepreneurial Seoulite: culture and subjectivity in Hongdae, Seoul. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press

Davis, H. and Scase, R. (2000) Managing creativity : the dynamics of work and organization. Buckingham: Open University Press

Dubois, V. (2016) Culture as a vocation : sociology of career choices in cultural management ISBN: 9781138819986 (hbk.); 1138819980 (hbk.). London: Routledge

Hausmann, A., & Heinze, A. (2016). Entrepreneurship in the Cultural and Creative Industries: Insights from an emerging Field. Artivate, 5(2), 7–22. Available online

Hesmondhalgh, D. (2010) Normativity and social justice in the analysis of creative labour. Journal for cultural research. 14(3) . pp231–249.

Higgs P, Cunningham S, and Bakhshi H (2008) Beyond the Creative Industries: Mapping the Creative Economy in the United Kingdom. NESTA Available online

Ibbotson, P (2008) The Illusion of Leadership: Directing Creativity in Business and the Arts. London: Palgrave-Macmillan

Jeffcut, P & Pratt, A (2002) Managing Creativity in the Cultural Industries. Creativity and innovation management. ISSN: 0963-1690. 11(4) pp225-233

Jian, M. (2018). The Survival Struggle and Resistant Politics of a DIY Music Career in East Asia: Case Studies of China and Taiwan. Cultural Sociology, 12(2), 224–240.

Kim, C. (2019). The political subjectivization of Korean creative workers: working and living as urban precariat in creative city Seoul. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 25(6), 701–713.

Konrad, E. D. (2013). Cultural entrepreneurship: The impact of social networking on success. Creativity and innovation management. ISSN: 0963-1690, 22(3), 307–319.

Leadbeater, C., & Oakley, K. (1999). The Independents ISBN: 1898309965 (pbk.). London: Demos.

Lee S & Yu K (2004) Corporate Culture and Organisational Performance. Journal of managerial psychology. ISSN: 0268-3946. 19(4) pp340-35

Long, P., & Barber, S. (2017). Conceptualizing Creativity and Strategy in the Work of Professional Songwriters. Popular Music and Society, 40(5), 556–572. 

Martins E & Terblanche F (2003) Building Organisational Culture that Stimulates Creativity and Innovation. European Journal of Innovation & Management. 6(1) pp64-74 Available online

Menger, P.-M. (2006). Artistic labor markets: contingent work, excess supply and occupational risk management. In V. A. Ginsburg & D. Throsby (Eds.), Handbook of the economics of art and culture. Volume 1 ISBN: 9780444508706 (vol. 1) : No price; 0444508708 (vol. 1) : No price : volume 1 (Vol. 1, pp. 765–811). Amsterdam: Elsevier.  

Oakley, K. (2009) Art Works – A review of the literature on cultural and creative labour markets available at http://old.creativitycultureeducation.org/wp-content/uploads/CCE-lit-review-8-a5-web-130.pdf

Rae, D (2007) Entrepreneurship : from opportunity to action ISBN: 9781403941756; 1403941750. New York: PalgraveMacmillan

Robinson, K (2011) Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative. Oxford: Capstone

Ross, A. (2009) Nice work if you can get it : life and labor in precarious times. New York: New York University Press.

Saha, A. (2018). Race and the cultural industries. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Schein E (2004) Organizational Culture and Leadership. 3rd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

Thornton, S (1999) An Academic Alice in Adland: Ethnography and the Commercial World. Critical quarterly. 41 pp58–68

Tims, C and Wright, S (eds) (2007) So, What Do You Do? A New Question for Policy in the Creative Age. London: Demos; available on Demos website. http://www.demos.co.uk/files/So%20what%20do%20you%20do%20-%20web.pdf

Watson, A. (2015). Cultural Production in and Beyond the Recording Studio. Abingdon: Routledge.

Employability

Ball L, Pollard E & Stanley, N (2010) Creative Graduates Creative Futures. Higher Education Partnership & the Institute for Employment Studies. Accessible via http://www.employment-studies.co.uk/resource/creative-graduates-creative-futures

Bridgstock (2011) Skills for Creative Industries Graduates Success. Education & Training ISSN: 0040-0912 Vol.53 issue 1 pp9-26

CSSS & ACE (2011) The Qualifications Blueprint: A Qualifications Strategy for the Cultural and Creative Industries. http://creative-blueprint.co.uk/library/item/the-qualifications-blueprint-a-qualifications-strategy-for-the-creative-and

Guile, D (2010) Learning to Work in the Creative and Cultural Sector: New Spaces, Pedagogies, and Expertise. Journal of education policy. 25(5) pp465-484

Perlin R (2011) How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy. London: Verso

Smith, V (2010) Review: Enhancing Employability: Human, Cultural, and Social Capital in an Era of Turbulent Unpredictability. Human relations. ISSN: 0018-7267. 63(2) pp279-300

Work Foundation (2010) Employment in the Creative Industries http://creative-blueprint.co.uk/library/item/employment-in-the-creative-industries

Interviews and Primary Research

Ali, S. and Kelly, M. (2012) Ethics and social research. In Seale, C. (ed.), Researching Society and Culture, 3rd ed., London, Sage.

Basit, T. (2003) Manual or electronic? The role of coding in qualitative data analysis. Educational research. ISSN: 0013-1881, 45(2), pp. 143–154.

Byrne, B. (2012) Qualitative interviewing. In Seale, C. (ed.), Researching Society and Culture, 3rd ed. London: Sage.

Longhurst, J. (2003) Semi-structured Interviews and Focus Groups. In Clifford, N. and Vallentine, G. (eds.), Key Methods in Geography. London: Sage.

Rivas, C. (2012) “Coding and analysing qualitative data,” In Seale, C. (ed.), Researching Society and Culture, 3rd ed. London: Sage.

Valentine, G. (2005). Tell me about...: using interviews as a research methodology. In R. Flowerdew & D. Martin (Eds.), Methods in Human Geography, 2nd ed. (pp. 110–126). Harlow: Pearson.

This list was last updated on 13/01/2020