Professor Martin Cloonan

  • Professor of Popular Music Politics (Music)

telephone: 01413304903
email: Martin.Cloonan@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Office Hours: by appointment

Research Interests

Martin's research interests are in the Politics of Popular Music, an area in which he has a number of publications, and in issues concerning censorship and freedom of expression.

Martin is Co-ordinating Editor of Popular Music and a member of the editorial boards Popular Music and Society, the British Journal of Music Education, Perfect Beat and Beitrage zur Popularmusikforschung. He also reviews papers for a number of journals including The British Journal of Sociology, International Journal of Cultural Policy, Studies in the Education of Adults, Popular Communication, Higher Education Quarterly, Popular Music, Popular Music and Society, British Journal of Music Education, Journal of Youth Studies, Perfect Beat, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, Scottish Music Review and Scottish Educational Review.

Grants

Internal Funding

 

  • October 2015: Chancellor’s Fund: £2,500 to fund development of the Janey Buchan Political Song Collection.

    January 2013: Knowledge Exchange Fund: £5,010, the development of Live Music Exchange.

    November 2012: Chancellors Fund: £3,500 to record an album of political song.

    November 2011: Chancellors Fund: £2978.13: An appraisal of the Political Song Archive.

    December 2010: Lord Kelvin and Adam Smith Scholarship: Music and Copyright in the Digital Age. Four year PhD funding of £13,590 per annum plus £5,300 per annum for conference attendance and research costs.

    November 2010: Chancellors Fund: £5,500 to fund a part-time Music Industries Development and Liaison Officer.

    February 2010: Learning and Teaching Development Fund: £2,000 to develop further links within the Scottish music industry.

    March 2000: Robertson Bequest, University of Glasgow. The New Deal For Musicians in Scotland: A qualitative survey. £750.

External Funding

 

  • May 2016: AHRC: £231,908.91. The Great British Live Music Census (with Matt Brennan, University of Edinburgh and Adam Behr, University of Newcastle)

    March 2015: Creative Scotland: £5,000: Establishing a vitality index for the Scottish Music industry.

    December 2013: AHRC: £48,111: From pub to stadium: The ecology of public and commercial investment in British live music venues (with Matt Brennan, University of Edinburgh)

    June 2013: AHRC: £37,880 The cultural value of live music:A case study of enthusiast, state-funded and commercial events at the Queen’s Hall (with Matt Brennan, University of Edinburgh)

    February 2012: AHRC £95,251.70. Knowledge exchange in the live music sector: Live Music Exchange (with Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh)

    February 2012: Higher Education Academy: £4,400. Review of provision of Popular Music in UK Higher Education.

    September 2011: AHRC: £556,910.The Musicians Union: A social histor

    May 2011: AHRC: £52,000. Collaborative Doctoral Award:  25 Years of the Glasgow International Jazz Festival: Urban regeneration, regional identity and Programming Policy.

    November 2010: Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland: £2200. Promoting live music in Japan: A view from the outside 

    January 2010: Active Events: £6,000 to undertake an evaluation of the Showcase Scotland event

    March 2009: Royal Society of Edinburgh £5,500Music Research and Music Policy (with Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh)

    October 2008: Australia Research Council: Policy Notes: Local Popular Music in Global Creative Economies: $(AU)225,000 (with Shane Homan, Monash University and Roy Shuker, Victoria University of Wellington)

    January 2008: AHRC: £308,000 The promotion of live music: (with Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh).

    July 2006: Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland: £1,000 to research popular music policy in Australia.

    December 2004: Scottish Executive: Lone Parents in Further Education: £34,280(with Ralf St.Clair, Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning, University of Glasgow and colleagues from the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Glasgow Caledonian University).

    March 2004: Greater Glasgow NHS Board: Factors associated with alcohol-related problems within licensed premises: £24,000 (with Alasdair Forsyth and Jean Barr, Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning, University of Glasgow).

    July 2002: Scottish Enterprise. Mapping the music industry in Scotland: £31,000 (with John Williamson, Sano Management, and Simon Frith, University of Stirling).

    May 2001: Cardonald College: Assorted consultancy and research projects: £10,000 (with Kathy MacLachlan, University of Glasgow).

    May 2001: HEFCE: The appointment, retention and promotion of academic staff within higher education institutions: £79,225 (with colleagues from SCRE and Nottingham Trent University).

    March 2001: North Ayrshire Council: Literacies in North Ayrshire: £10,000 (with Kathy MacLachlan, University of Glasgow).

    June 2000: Govan Initiative: Learning in Govan. £6,600 (with Beth Crossan, Glasgow Caledonian University)

    November 1999: Scottish Further Education Funding Council. Review of the Current Demand and Supply of Further Education Provision in Scottish Further Education Colleges: £97,200. (joint with the Scottish Further Education Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University and Napier University).

    October 1998: Scottish Qualifications Authority: An . examine of completion rates for SVQs and comparisons with England on take-up rates: £20,000 to (with Roy Canning, University of Stirling).

Supervision

Current students:

  • Chris Adams: The musician industry
  • Mark Baillie: Thatcherism and independent labels
  • Amy Currie: Tape collecting and archiving
  • Alison Eales: The Glasgow International Jazz festival: A Critical History
  • Fraser Hammond: American music and the counterculture
  • Syamsul Hirdi Muhid: Musicians' career strategies and reality television

  • Eileen Karmy Bolton: The musician as a worker: Organised musicians in Chile during the years of the Welfare State
  • Gabrielle Kielich (McGill University): Live music support workers
  • John Markey: Music and sectarianism music in the West of Scotland
  • Jackie Noltingk: The Scottish Orchestras and new music, 1945-2015
  • Ferrucio Quercetti: Punk rock in Italy

Previous students:

  • Ira Papageorgiou. 2006. Learning beyond words.The impact of second language adult education on migrants' social involvement: a comparison between Scotland and Greece.
  • Rory Crutchfield. 2011. ‘I Saw America Changed Through Music’: An Examination of the American Collecting Tradition
  • Emma Webster. 2011. Promoting live music in the UK: a behind-thescenes ethnography.
  • Bob Anderson: 2013. Safety in Numbers: A Social History of Glasgow’s Popular Music Scene.

  • Kenny Forbes. 2015: You had to be there? Reflections on the ‘legendary’ status of the Glasgow Apollo theatre (1973-85)

  • Kenny Barr: 2016:Music Copyright in the Digital Age: Creators, Commerce and Copyright: An Empirical Study of the UK Music Copyright Industries

    Yuan Wang: 2016: Observations on the Chinese Metal Scene (1990-2013) - History, Identity, Industry, and Social Interpretation

     Jamie Fyffe: 2016 Kind of Blue and the Signifyin(g) Voice of Miles Davis

     

     

 

Teaching

Convenor of the following programmes:

  • M.Litt in The Music Industries

Courses:

  • Introduction to Popular Music Studies
  • Working in the Music Industries Since 1800
  • The Contemporary Music Industries
  • Popular Music Politics
  • Popular Music Dissertation

Additional information

Administration 

  • Research Convenor and REF Champion (Music)
  • Internationalisation Officer (School of Culture and Creative Arts)
  • Chair, Janey Buchan Politcal Song Collection

External Responsibilities

  • Co-ordinating editor, Popular Music
  • Member, Peer Review College, Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) 2017-2020, 2008-14
  • Distniguished Visting Professor, UTS, Sydney, 2016
  • Visiting Professor, International Institute for Popular Culture, University of Turku, 2016
  • Chair, Freemuse, an international organisation dedicated to musicians' freedom of expression (since 1998)
  • Member of the Editorial Boards of Popular Music and Society, the British Journal of Music Education, Perfect Beat and Beiträge zur Popularmusikforschung
  • External examiner, PhD theses at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia; the University of Liverpool; Warwick University, Manchester Metropolitan University and for MPhils at the Universities of Strathclyde and Liverpool.
  • Visiting lecturer in Popular Music at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia (2000)
  • Visiting lecturer, Department of Cultural History at the University of Turku, Finland (2003, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012-17)
  • Visiting lecturer, Department of Contemporary Music Studies MacQuarrie University, Australia (2006, 2011)
  • Rapporteur, ESRC Project: Striking a Chord: Musicians, Music and non-Governmental Action (RES-155-25-0031)(2007)
  • Organiser, (IASPM) UK and Ireland Branch biennial conference (2008)
  • Visiting lecturer, Faculty of Humanities at the University of Eastern Finland (2006, 2016)
  • Member, Advisory Board of the Starnet Project and the Institute for Popular Culture, University of Turku, Finland
  • Specialist Consultant, QAA Scotland for work on Quality Enhancement (2006)
  • Chair, Management Group of the Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CRADALL), University of Glasgow (2004-2006)
  • Chair (2004-2008) of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), UK and Ireland Branch
  • Board Member, John Wheatley College (2005-2008)

Broadcasting

  • Martin's appearances have included BBC1, BBC 2, BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4, Radio Scotland, Radio Merseyside, Radio York and Scottish Television.

Conference Papers

September 2016: “Thatcherism and The Music Industries: Some Thoughts On a Policy Perspective”, IASPM UKI conference, University of Sussex.

May 2016: “Thatcherism, popular culture and the music industries”, Popular culture, 1980s to now conference, University of Helsinki.

January 2016: “Workers or Capitalists? Reflections on musicians as employers”, Working in Music Conference, Glasgow, (with John Williamson)

December 2015: “The Musicians' Union in Historical Perspective”, Markets, exploitation and employment in the music industry workshop , University of Leeds

November 2015: “Musicians as workers: Some reflections on 122 years of the Musicians’ Union”, Keynote paper at GfPM conference, Arbeitstagung der Gasellschaft für Popularmusikforscgung, Braunschweig, Germany.

September 2015: “Workers as Capitalists? Some reflections on musicians as employers”, Capitalism Conference, University of Leeds (with John Williamson)

July 2015: “Musicians As Workers:  Some thoughts on 120 years of the Musicians’ Union”, Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Festival.

July 2015: “You don’t get me I’m (not) part of the Union: The British Musicians’ Union and Popular Musicians 1963-1989”, IASPM 18th International Conference, Campinas, Brazil.

May 2015: “Keeping out Jazz: The Musician’s Union, “Alien” musicians and British jobs for British workers”, Cheltenham Jazz Festival

April 2015: “Thatcherism and the music industries: Some initial thoughts on a policy perspective”, Thatcherism and Popular Culture symposium, University of Turku, Finland.

April 2015: “Researching live music in the UK”, Dansk Live conference, Svendborg, Denmark.

September 2014 “The needle and the damage done: Some reflections on needletime”, IASPM UK&I biennial conference, University of Cork

April 2014: “Conflict and consensus: the Musicians' Union and industrial relations in the (British) music profession”, Sound Effects, AHRC Network on Subcultures, popular music and social change , University of East Anglia, Norwich.  

April 2014: “’You can’t not be political: Simon Frith, politics and Popular Music Studies”, Studying Music: An International Conference in Honour of Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.

January 2014 “Taking notes: Mapping and teaching popular music in higher education”. Keynote speech at Popular Music Pedagogy Conference, University of Edinburgh.

July 2013 “Researching the Musicians Union – some intital findings”, Musicians Union Conference, Manchester, July 2013.June 2013 “Researching the British Musicians’ Union – Bridging Troubled Waters?”, IASPM International conference, Gijon, Spain (with John Williamson)

June 2013 “Researching the UK's Musicians Union: Some Reflections on Politics and Power”, Keynote speech at Changing The Tune Conference, Strasbourg University, France

June 2013 “A right ding dong: The death of Margaret Thatcher and music censorship in the digital age”, keynote at Researching Music Censorship conference, University of Copenhagen, Denamrk.

May 2013 “The Musicians Union – A workers’ organisation?”, Work and Labour, IASPM, Canada, Hamilton, Ontario.

February 2013 “Researching live music in the UK: Some findings”, keynote speech at MARS music conference, Seinajoki, Finland.

November 2012 “Popular music and locality: a case study of Glasgow”, keynote speech at Nordic Music Week, Stavanger, Norway.

September 2012 “Researching the Musicians' Union: some initial thoughts on a musical community”, IASPM UK and Ireland conference, University of Salford (with John Williamson)

June 2012 “Steering a review: some reflections on a gig”, presented at Policy Notes: Popular Music, Industry and the State conference, Melbourne (co-organiser and invited speaker”.

January 2012: “Researching live music in the UK: Some findings”, keynote/Peter Le Huray Lecture, Royal Musical Association Graduate conference, University of Hull.

June 2011: “Live music as ideology”, presented at the 16th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), University of Grahamstown, South Africa.

June 2011: “What is a concert ticket? A philosophical enquiry”, presented at IASPm Canada branch conference, McGill University. Montreal.

November 2010: “What makes Glasgow a city of Music? UNESCO, Politics and policies”, invited paper at Music City. Hamburg?! Hamburg.

August 2010: “Promoting business”, presented at 14th Annual Conference of the European Business History Association 2010, Glasgow (with Simon Frith, University of Edinburgh)

February 2010: “Popular Music Politics: The Dark Side of The Tune”, invited paper at the Arts Research: Publics and Purposes conference organised by Gradcam, Ireland.

July 2009: “Live Music and Music Policy: Some initial thoughts”, paper presented as part of specialist panel on live music,  15th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), University of Liverpool.

June 2009 “Researching Live Music: Some initial thoughts on policy implications”, invited paper at Popular Cultures Research Network Policy and the Popular conference, University of Leeds.

June 2009: “Creating Live Music: An Industrial perspective”, invited paper at Creativity, Innovation and Labour in Music symposium, Open University

November 2006: “Early UK rock stardom”, A History of stardom reconsidered conference, Turku, Finland.

July 2005: “Music andViolence: A Provisional Typology”, Making Music, Making Meaning, 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Rome.

July 2004: “The music industry doesn’t exist (and if it does, it doesn’t matter”, IASPM UK and Ireland Conference, Limerick.

October 2003: “Musical responses to September 11th”, 14th Working Conference of the ASPM (Working Group on Studying Popular Music), Barendorf.

July 2003: “Mapping the Music Industry in Scotland: Building an Industry or Building an Empire?”, IASPM 12th International Conference, McGill University, Montreal (with John Williamson, Queen Margaret University College).

July 2002: “Three dimensional change? - The relationship between theory, policy and adult’s understanding of literacies work, SCUTREA Conference, University of Stirling (with Kathy Maclachlan, University of Glasgow).

July 2002: “We are devo(lved): Popular music policy in the New Scotland”, IASPM UK Conference, University of Newcastle (with Peter Symon, University of Birmingham).

July 2001: “DeliveringA New Deal? Another strange tale of pop and politics”, IASPM 11th International Conference, University of Turku, Finland.

June 2001: “Families here, they don’t do education, they get jobs”: Men, women and lifelong learning in Govan, Glasgow. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, Researching Widening Access, Glasgow Caledonian University.

July 2000: “No pain, no gain? An initial enquiry into the use of Popular Music as a tool of repression”, IASPM (UK) Conference, University of Surrey (with Bruce Johnson, University of New South Wales).

October 1999: “Rethinking the home internationals: Vocational Education in the UK” (with Roy Canning, University of Stirling), Scottish Educational Research Association conference, Dundee:

October 1999: “Censorship and Popular Music in the UK”,, IASPM Benelux branch conference, National Pop Institute of the Netherlands, Amsterdam.

July 1999: “Problematising vocational education in the UK: The decline of the home internationals?” (with Roy Canning, University of Stirling), Third International Conference of the Journal of Vocational Education and Training, Manchester.

July 1999: “Labour’s New Deal For Musicians”. IASPM 10th International Conference, Sydney, Australia.

December 1998: “Education, education, education: parties, voters and the new Scottish electoral system” (with Peter Lynch, University of Stirling), Political Studies Association, British Territorial Politics Group, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

August 1996: "Popular Music and The Nation State: Towards a Theorisation",  Identities in Transition conference, the University of Turku, Finland.

July 1995: "What do they know of England? Popular music and Englishness in the mid-1990s", 8th International IASPM Conference, University of Strathclyde.

April 1995: “The Case Study Method: Possibilities and Problems in the Teaching of Politics", Political Studies Association (PSA) conference, University of York:.

March 1994: "The British Nation State in Popular Music", IASPM UK Conference, University of Liverpool.

July 1993: “Not taking the rap: NWA get stranded on an Island of realism”, 7th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), University of The Pacific, Stockton, California, cited in Steve Redhead's Unpopular Cultures (Manchester University Press, 1995).

Publications

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Number of items: 92.

2015

Homan, S., Cloonan, M., and Cattermole, J. (2015) Popular Music Industries and the StatePolicy Notes. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415824514 (In Press)

Homan, S., Cloonan, M. and Cattermole, J., (Eds.) (2015) Popular Music and Cultural Policy. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138787766

Cloonan, M. (2015) The Grand Ole Opry. In: Molleson, K. (ed.) Dear Green Sounds: Glasgow's Music Through Time and Buildings. Waverley Books Ltd.: Glasgow, pp. 140-146. ISBN 9781849341936

Cloonan, M. (2015) Managing the Zoeys: some reminiscences. In: Beech, N. and Gilmore, C. (eds.) Organising Music. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 226-235. ISBN 9781107040953

Cloonan, M. (2015) The SECC. In: Molleson, K. (ed.) Dear Green Sounds: Glasgow's Music Through Time and Buildings. Waverley: Glasgow, pp. 126-131. ISBN 9781849341936

2014

Cloonan, M. (2014) Making Glasgow a city of music: some ruminations on an UNESCO award. In: Barber-Kersovan, A., Kirchberg, V. and Kucher, R. (eds.) Music City: Musikalische Annäherungen an die "kreative Stadt" = Musical Approaches to the "Creative City". Transcript: Bielefeld, pp. 121-138. ISBN 9783837619652

Cloonan, M. (2014) Musicians as workers: putting the UK musicians' union in to context. MusiCultures, 41(1), pp. 10-29.

Cloonan, M. (2014) You can't not be political: Frith, politics and policy. In: Marshall, L., Laing, D. and Frith, S. (eds.) Popular Music Matters: Essays in honour of Simon Frith. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 103-116. ISBN 9781472421791

Homan, S., Cattermole, J., and Cloonan, M. (2014) Introduction: policy and popular music. Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture , 14(2), (doi:10.1558/prbt.v14i2.95)

2013

Cloonan, M., and Brennan, M. (2013) Alien invasion: the British musicians’ union and foreign musicians. Popular Music, 32(2), pp. 277-295. (doi:10.1017/S0261143013000093)

Cloonan, M. (2013) Live Music as Ideology. In: Situating Popular Musics: IASPM 16th International Conference, Grahamstown, South Africa, 27 Jun - 01 Jul 2011, pp. 77-88. (doi:10.5429/2225-0301.2011.11)

Cloonan, M. (2013) Steering a review: some reflections on a gig. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 19(3), pp. 318-332. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.788163)

Cloonan, M., and Hulstedt, L. (2013) Looking for something new: the provision of popular music studies degrees in the UK. IASPM@Journal: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 3(2), pp. 63-77.

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster, E. (2013) The History of Live Music in Britain Volume 1: 1950-1967. From Dance Hall to the 100 Club. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9781409422808

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster , E. (2013) From Hyde Park to the Hacienda: 1968-1984. Series: The history of live music in Britain since 1950, Vol. 2. Ashgate: Farnham. (In Press)

Homan, S., Cloonan, M., and Cattermole, J. (2013) Introduction: popular music and policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 19(3), pp. 275-280. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.788165)

2012

Williamson, J., and Cloonan, M. (2012) Contextualising the contemporary recording industry. In: Marshall, L. (ed.) The International Recording Industries. Series: Routledge advances in sociology. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9780415603454

Cloonan, M. (2012) Selling the experience: the world-views of British concert promoters. Creative Industries Journal, 5(1), pp. 151-170. (doi:10.1386/cij.5.1-2.151_1)

Cloonan, M., and Hulstedt, L. (2012) Taking Notes: Mapping and Teaching Popular Music in Higher Education. Technical Report. Higher Education Academy, York.

2011

Cloonan, M. (2011) Popular music policy in the UK. In: Dauncey, H. and Le Guern, P. (eds.) Stereo: Comparative Perspectives on the Sociological Study of Popular Music in France and Britain. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham, UK, pp. 43-58. ISBN 9781409405689

Cloonan, M. (2011) Researching live music: some thoughts on policy implications. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(4), pp. 405-420. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.544728)

Cloonan, M. (2011) Researching live music: some thoughts on policy implications. In: Looseley, D. (ed.) Policy and the Popular. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 45-60. ISBN 9780415698078

Johnson, B., and Cloonan, M. (2011) Introduction. Popular Music and Society, 34(1), pp. 1-6. (doi:10.1080/03007766.2011.539801)

Williamson, J., Cloonan, M., and Frith, S. (2011) Having an impact? Academics, the music industries and the problem of knowledge. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(5), pp. 459-474. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.550682)

2010

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster, E. (2010) Analysing live music in the UK: findings one year into a three-year research project. IASPM, 1(1),

2009

Frith, S., Cloonan, M., and Williamson, J. (2009) On music as a creative industry. In: Pratt, A.C. and Jeffcutt, P. (eds.) Creativity, Innovation and the Cultural Economy. Series: Routledge studies in global competition (46). Routledge, pp. 74-89. ISBN 9780415419758

Cloonan, M. (2009) The production of English rock stardom in the 1950s. Popular Music History, 4(3), pp. 271-288.

Cloonan, M. (2009) Promoting Pop: A Guide for Regional Development. Technical Report. PASCAL Observatory, Melbourne.

Johnson, B., and Cloonan, M. (2009) Dark Side of the Tune: Popular Music and Violence. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9780754658726

2008

Frith, S., and Cloonan, M. (2008) Introduction. Popular Music, 27(2), pp. 189-191. (doi:10.1017/S0261143008004005)

Forsyth, A., and Cloonan, M. (2008) Alco-pop? The use of popular music in Glasgow pubs. Popular Music and Society, 31(1), pp. 57-78. (doi:10.1080/03007760601061902)

Cloonan, M. (2008) What's going on? perceptions of popular music lobbyists in Australia. Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture , 8(4), pp. 3-24.

2007

Williamson, J., and Cloonan, M. (2007) Rethinking the music industry. Popular Music, 26(2), pp. 305-322. (doi:10.1017/S0261143007001262)

Cloonan, M. (2007) Lessons from down under? Popular music policy and decentralised government in Scotland and Australia. Scottish Music Review, 1(1), pp. 18-42.

Cloonan, M. (2007) Popular Music and the State in the UK: Culture, Trade or Industry? Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot. ISBN 9780754653738

2006

Drewett , M. and Cloonan, M., (Eds.) (2006) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot. ISBN 9780754652915

Cloonan, M. (2006) Popular music censorship in Africa : an overview. In: Drewett, M. and Cloonan, M. (eds.) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 3-21. ISBN 9780754652915

Cloonan, M., and Drewett, M. (2006) Concluding comments on the censorship of popular music in Africa. In: Drewett, M. and Cloonan, M. (eds.) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 215-219. ISBN 9780754652915

Korpe, M., Reitov, O., and Cloonan, M. (2006) Music censorship from Plato to the Taliban. In: Brown, S. and Volgsten, U. (eds.) Music and Manipulation: On the Social Uses and Social Control of Music. Berghahn Books: New York, pp. 239-263. ISBN 1845450981

2005

Forsyth, A., Cloonan, M., and Barr, J. (2005) Factors Associated with Alcohol-Related Problems Within Licensed Premises: Report to the Greater Glasgow NHS Board. Project Report. Glasgow NHS Board, Glasgow.

Cloonan, M. (2005) Music and violence: a provisional typology. In: Making Music, Making Meaning: 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Rome, Italy, 25-30 July 2005, pp. 147-159.

Cloonan, M. (2005) What is popular music studies? some observations. British Journal of Music Education, 22(1), pp. 77-93. (doi:10.1017/S026505170400600X)

Cloonan, M., St.Clair, R., Gallacher, J., Crossan, B., Toman, N., and Caldwell, J. (2005) Lone Parents in Further Education Colleges. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Glasgow.

2004

Cloonan, M. (2004) A capital project? 'The New Deal for Musicians' in Scotland. Studies in the Education of Adults, 36(1), pp. 40-56.

Cloonan, M. (2004) Musical responses to September 11th: from conservative patriotism to radicalism. Beitraege zur Popularmusikforschung, 32, pp. 11-32.

Cloonan, M. (2004) Notions of flexibility in UK higher education: core and periphery re-visited? Higher Education Quarterly, 58(2-3), pp. 176-197. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2273.2004.00267.x)

Cloonan, M. (2004) What is music censorship? towards an understanding. In: Korpe, M. (ed.) Shoot the Singer!: Music Censorship Today. Zed Books: London, pp. 3-5. ISBN 9781842775042

Cloonan, M., Williamson, J., and Frith, S. (2004) What is music worth? Some reflections on the Scottish experience. Popular Music, 23(2), pp. 205-212.

2003

Cloonan, M. (2003) The New Deal for musicians: teaching young pups new tricks? Music Education Research, 5(1), pp. 13-28. (doi:10.1080/14613800307099 )

MacLachlan, K., and Cloonan, M. (2003) Three dimensional change? the relationship between theory, policy and adults' understanding of literacies. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 8(1), pp. 123-136. (doi:10.1080/13596740300200144 )

Cloonan, M. and Garofalo, R., (Eds.) (2003) Policing Pop. Temple University Press: Philadelphia. ISBN 1566399904

Cloonan, M. (2003) Call that censorship? problems of definition. In: Cloonan, M. and Garofalo, R. (eds.) Policing Pop. Temple University Press: Philadelphia, pp. 13-29. ISBN 1566399904

Cloonan, M. (2003) Censorship. In: Shepherd, J., Horn, D. and Laing, D. (eds.) Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Continuum: London, pp. 168-172. ISBN 9780826463210

Cloonan, M. (2003) Mixing pop and politics: an encounter with Billy Bragg. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 13(1 & 2), pp. 50-52.

Cloonan, M. (2003) Music: sounds of hate? In: Vidal-Hall, J. (ed.) The A-Z of Free Expression. Index: London, pp. 180-184. ISBN 9780904286991

Cloonan, M., and Williamson, J. (2003) Mapping the music industry in Scotland: building an industry or building an empire? In: 12th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Montreal, Canada, 3-7 July 2003, pp. 129-138.

Williamson, J., Cloonan, M., and Frith, S. (2003) Mapping the Music Industry in Scotland: A Report. Project Report. Scottish Enterprise.

2002

Symon , P., and Cloonan, M. (2002) Playing away: popular music, policy and devolution in Scotland. Scottish Affairs, 40, pp. 99-122.

Canning, R., and Cloonan, M. (2002) The "home international" comparisons in vocational qualifications. Comparative Education, 38(2), pp. 189-209. (doi:10.1080/03050060220140575)

Cloonan, M. (2002) Hitting the right note? the New Deal for musicians. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 54(1), pp. 51-66. (doi:10.1080/13636820200200187 )

Cloonan, M. (2002) Delivering a new deal? Another strange tale of pop and politics. In: Karki, K., Leydon, R. and Terho, H. (eds.) Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Popular Music Studies 20 Years Later: Proceedings of the Eleventh Biannual IASPM Conference July 6-10, 2001, Turku, Finland. IASPM-Norden: Turku, pp. 572-579. ISBN 9519878912

Cloonan, M. (2002) Exclusive! the British press and popular music, the story so far. In: Jones, S. (ed.) Pop Music and the Press. Temple University Press: Philadelphia, pp. 114-133. ISBN 1566399653

Cloonan, M., and Crossan, B. (2002) Lifelong learning and social deprivation: exploring the issues in areas of social deprivation in Scotland. Scottish Educational Review, 34(1), pp. 76-85.

Cloonan, M., and Crossan , B. (2002) Lifelong learning and social deprivation: exploring the issues in an area of social deprivation in Scotland. Scottish Educational Review, 34(1), pp. 76-85.

Cloonan, M., and Johnson, B. (2002) No pain no gain? An initial investigation into the use of popular music as a tool of repression. Popular Music, 21(1), pp. 27-39.

Cloonan, M., and Johnson , B. (2002) Killing me softly with his song: an initial investigation into the use of popular music as a tool of oppression. Popular Music, 21(1), pp. 27-39. (doi:10.1017/S0261143002002027)

Osborne, M., Brink, B., Cloonan, M., Davies, P., Marks, A., Turner, E., and Williams, J. (2002) Mature Student Recruitment to HE (Scotland). Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

Osborne, M., Cloonan, M., and Oberski, I. (2002) European partnerships: exhilaration or exasperation? In: Field, J. (ed.) Promoting European Dimensions in Lifelong Learning. National Institute of Adult Continuing Education: Leicester, pp. 54-65. ISBN 9781862010482

Powney, J., Bryson, C., Cloonan, M., and Wilson, V. (2002) The Appointment, Retention and Promotion of Academic Staff Within Higher Education Institutions. Project Report. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol.

2001

Cloonan, M., and Lynch, P. (2001) Educating for devolution: The Scottish Office voter education campaign, 1999. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 7(2), pp. 35-50.

Osborne, M., Brink, B., Cloonan, M., Davies, P., Marks, A., Turner, E., and Williams, J. (2001) For Me or Not for Me in Scotland? A Report of Mature Student Participation in Higher Education. Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

2000

Cloonan, M. (2000) Labour's new deal for musicians: turning rebellion into money? In: Mitchell, T., Doyle, P. and Johnson, B. (eds.) Changing sounds : new directions and configurations in popular music : IASPM, the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 10th International Conference 9 to 13 July, 1999, UTS, Sydney, Australia. Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Technology: Sydney, pp. 298-304. ISBN 1863653643

Cloonan, M. (2000) Mixing pop and politics. Politics Review, 9(4), pp. 29-32.

Cloonan, M. (2000) You can't do that: the Beatles, artistic freedom and censorship. In: Inglis, I. (ed.) The Beatles, Popular Music and Society: A Thousand Voices. Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 126-149. ISBN 0333732057

Cloonan, M. (2000) The land of opportunity? The policy, provision and oversight of lifelong learning in Scotland. Scottish Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 6(1), pp. 5-24.

Cloonan, M., and Canning, R. (2000) Completion rates of Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) courses: a research study. Scottish Educational Review, 32(1), pp. 55-67.

Osborne, M., Cloonan, M., Morgan-Klein, B., and Loots, C. (2000) Mix and match? Further and higher education links in post-devolution Scotland. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 19(3), pp. 236-252. (doi:10.1080/026013700293287 )

1999

Cloonan, M. (1999) Innovation in teaching politics in HE: some observations. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 23(2), 173-184 . (doi:10.1080/0309877990230202 )

Cloonan, M. (1999) Pop and the Nation-State: towards a theorisation. Popular Music, 18(2), pp. 193-207. (doi:10.1017/S0261143000009041)

Cloonan, M., Hearinger, A., Matarazzo, B., Murphy, M., and Osborne, M. (1999) The use of cost-benefit analysis in funding continuing education: steering the fifth wheel? International Journal of Lifelong Education, 18(6), pp. 492-504. (doi:10.1080/026013799293540)

Osborne, M., Gallacher, J., and Cloonan, M. (1999) Researching Lifelong Learning: An Introductory Briefing. Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

1998

Cloonan, M. (1998) Class acts? Taste and popular music. In: Mitsui, T. (ed.) Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations. International Association for the Study of Popular Music: International Conference on Popular Music Studies, (9th, Jul 1997, Kanazawa, Japan). Graduate Program in Music, Kanazawa University: Kanazawa , pp. 229-239. ISBN 4998068415

Cloonan, M. (1998) Privacy and media intrusion in a democratic society: Britain and the Calcutt reports. Democratization, 5(2), pp. 62-84.

Cloonan, M. (1998) Rock The Vote: popular culture and politics. Politics, 18(1), pp. 33-38. (doi:10.1111/1467-9256.00058 )

Cloonan, M., and Davies , I. (1998) Improving the possibility of better teaching by investigating the nature of student learning: with reference to procedural understanding in politics in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 3(2), pp. 173-183. (doi:10.1080/1356215980030204 )

1997

Cloonan, M. (1997) State of the nation: "Englishness", pop, and politics in the mid-1990s. Popular Music and Society, 21(2), pp. 47-70.

Cloonan, M., and Street, J. (1997) Politics and popular music: from policing to packaging. Parliamentary Affairs, 50(2), pp. 223-234.

1996

Cloonan, M. (1996) Banned! : Censorship of Popular Music in Britain, 1967-92. Series: Popular cultural studies, 9. Arena: Aldershot. ISBN 1857422996

Cloonan, M. (1996) The presentations of Lord Howe of Aberavon. Contemporary Politics, 2(4), 7-24 .

1995

Cloonan, M. (1995) 'I fought the law': popular music and British obscenity law. Popular Music, 14(3), pp. 349-363. (doi:10.1017/S0261143000007789 )

Cloonan, M. (1995) Not taking the rap: NWA get stranded on an island of realism. In: Straw , W. (ed.) Popular Music: Style and Identity / International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Seventh International Conference on Popular Music Studies, Stockton, California, 1993. Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Industries and Institutions: Montreal, pp. 55-60. ISBN 0771704593

Cloonan, M. (1995) Popular music and censorship in Britain: an overview. Popular Music and Society, 19(3), pp. 75-104.

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Articles

Cloonan, M. (2014) Musicians as workers: putting the UK musicians' union in to context. MusiCultures, 41(1), pp. 10-29.

Homan, S., Cattermole, J., and Cloonan, M. (2014) Introduction: policy and popular music. Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture , 14(2), (doi:10.1558/prbt.v14i2.95)

Cloonan, M., and Brennan, M. (2013) Alien invasion: the British musicians’ union and foreign musicians. Popular Music, 32(2), pp. 277-295. (doi:10.1017/S0261143013000093)

Cloonan, M. (2013) Steering a review: some reflections on a gig. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 19(3), pp. 318-332. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.788163)

Cloonan, M., and Hulstedt, L. (2013) Looking for something new: the provision of popular music studies degrees in the UK. IASPM@Journal: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 3(2), pp. 63-77.

Homan, S., Cloonan, M., and Cattermole, J. (2013) Introduction: popular music and policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 19(3), pp. 275-280. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2013.788165)

Cloonan, M. (2012) Selling the experience: the world-views of British concert promoters. Creative Industries Journal, 5(1), pp. 151-170. (doi:10.1386/cij.5.1-2.151_1)

Cloonan, M. (2011) Researching live music: some thoughts on policy implications. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(4), pp. 405-420. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.544728)

Johnson, B., and Cloonan, M. (2011) Introduction. Popular Music and Society, 34(1), pp. 1-6. (doi:10.1080/03007766.2011.539801)

Williamson, J., Cloonan, M., and Frith, S. (2011) Having an impact? Academics, the music industries and the problem of knowledge. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(5), pp. 459-474. (doi:10.1080/10286632.2010.550682)

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster, E. (2010) Analysing live music in the UK: findings one year into a three-year research project. IASPM, 1(1),

Cloonan, M. (2009) The production of English rock stardom in the 1950s. Popular Music History, 4(3), pp. 271-288.

Frith, S., and Cloonan, M. (2008) Introduction. Popular Music, 27(2), pp. 189-191. (doi:10.1017/S0261143008004005)

Forsyth, A., and Cloonan, M. (2008) Alco-pop? The use of popular music in Glasgow pubs. Popular Music and Society, 31(1), pp. 57-78. (doi:10.1080/03007760601061902)

Cloonan, M. (2008) What's going on? perceptions of popular music lobbyists in Australia. Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture , 8(4), pp. 3-24.

Williamson, J., and Cloonan, M. (2007) Rethinking the music industry. Popular Music, 26(2), pp. 305-322. (doi:10.1017/S0261143007001262)

Cloonan, M. (2007) Lessons from down under? Popular music policy and decentralised government in Scotland and Australia. Scottish Music Review, 1(1), pp. 18-42.

Cloonan, M. (2005) What is popular music studies? some observations. British Journal of Music Education, 22(1), pp. 77-93. (doi:10.1017/S026505170400600X)

Cloonan, M. (2004) A capital project? 'The New Deal for Musicians' in Scotland. Studies in the Education of Adults, 36(1), pp. 40-56.

Cloonan, M. (2004) Musical responses to September 11th: from conservative patriotism to radicalism. Beitraege zur Popularmusikforschung, 32, pp. 11-32.

Cloonan, M. (2004) Notions of flexibility in UK higher education: core and periphery re-visited? Higher Education Quarterly, 58(2-3), pp. 176-197. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2273.2004.00267.x)

Cloonan, M., Williamson, J., and Frith, S. (2004) What is music worth? Some reflections on the Scottish experience. Popular Music, 23(2), pp. 205-212.

Cloonan, M. (2003) The New Deal for musicians: teaching young pups new tricks? Music Education Research, 5(1), pp. 13-28. (doi:10.1080/14613800307099 )

MacLachlan, K., and Cloonan, M. (2003) Three dimensional change? the relationship between theory, policy and adults' understanding of literacies. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 8(1), pp. 123-136. (doi:10.1080/13596740300200144 )

Cloonan, M. (2003) Mixing pop and politics: an encounter with Billy Bragg. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 13(1 & 2), pp. 50-52.

Symon , P., and Cloonan, M. (2002) Playing away: popular music, policy and devolution in Scotland. Scottish Affairs, 40, pp. 99-122.

Canning, R., and Cloonan, M. (2002) The "home international" comparisons in vocational qualifications. Comparative Education, 38(2), pp. 189-209. (doi:10.1080/03050060220140575)

Cloonan, M. (2002) Hitting the right note? the New Deal for musicians. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 54(1), pp. 51-66. (doi:10.1080/13636820200200187 )

Cloonan, M., and Crossan, B. (2002) Lifelong learning and social deprivation: exploring the issues in areas of social deprivation in Scotland. Scottish Educational Review, 34(1), pp. 76-85.

Cloonan, M., and Crossan , B. (2002) Lifelong learning and social deprivation: exploring the issues in an area of social deprivation in Scotland. Scottish Educational Review, 34(1), pp. 76-85.

Cloonan, M., and Johnson, B. (2002) No pain no gain? An initial investigation into the use of popular music as a tool of repression. Popular Music, 21(1), pp. 27-39.

Cloonan, M., and Johnson , B. (2002) Killing me softly with his song: an initial investigation into the use of popular music as a tool of oppression. Popular Music, 21(1), pp. 27-39. (doi:10.1017/S0261143002002027)

Cloonan, M., and Lynch, P. (2001) Educating for devolution: The Scottish Office voter education campaign, 1999. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 7(2), pp. 35-50.

Cloonan, M. (2000) Mixing pop and politics. Politics Review, 9(4), pp. 29-32.

Cloonan, M. (2000) The land of opportunity? The policy, provision and oversight of lifelong learning in Scotland. Scottish Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 6(1), pp. 5-24.

Cloonan, M., and Canning, R. (2000) Completion rates of Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) courses: a research study. Scottish Educational Review, 32(1), pp. 55-67.

Osborne, M., Cloonan, M., Morgan-Klein, B., and Loots, C. (2000) Mix and match? Further and higher education links in post-devolution Scotland. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 19(3), pp. 236-252. (doi:10.1080/026013700293287 )

Cloonan, M. (1999) Innovation in teaching politics in HE: some observations. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 23(2), 173-184 . (doi:10.1080/0309877990230202 )

Cloonan, M. (1999) Pop and the Nation-State: towards a theorisation. Popular Music, 18(2), pp. 193-207. (doi:10.1017/S0261143000009041)

Cloonan, M., Hearinger, A., Matarazzo, B., Murphy, M., and Osborne, M. (1999) The use of cost-benefit analysis in funding continuing education: steering the fifth wheel? International Journal of Lifelong Education, 18(6), pp. 492-504. (doi:10.1080/026013799293540)

Cloonan, M. (1998) Privacy and media intrusion in a democratic society: Britain and the Calcutt reports. Democratization, 5(2), pp. 62-84.

Cloonan, M. (1998) Rock The Vote: popular culture and politics. Politics, 18(1), pp. 33-38. (doi:10.1111/1467-9256.00058 )

Cloonan, M., and Davies , I. (1998) Improving the possibility of better teaching by investigating the nature of student learning: with reference to procedural understanding in politics in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 3(2), pp. 173-183. (doi:10.1080/1356215980030204 )

Cloonan, M. (1997) State of the nation: "Englishness", pop, and politics in the mid-1990s. Popular Music and Society, 21(2), pp. 47-70.

Cloonan, M., and Street, J. (1997) Politics and popular music: from policing to packaging. Parliamentary Affairs, 50(2), pp. 223-234.

Cloonan, M. (1996) The presentations of Lord Howe of Aberavon. Contemporary Politics, 2(4), 7-24 .

Cloonan, M. (1995) 'I fought the law': popular music and British obscenity law. Popular Music, 14(3), pp. 349-363. (doi:10.1017/S0261143000007789 )

Cloonan, M. (1995) Popular music and censorship in Britain: an overview. Popular Music and Society, 19(3), pp. 75-104.

Books

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster, E. (2013) The History of Live Music in Britain Volume 1: 1950-1967. From Dance Hall to the 100 Club. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9781409422808

Frith, S., Brennan, M., Cloonan, M., and Webster , E. (2013) From Hyde Park to the Hacienda: 1968-1984. Series: The history of live music in Britain since 1950, Vol. 2. Ashgate: Farnham. (In Press)

Johnson, B., and Cloonan, M. (2009) Dark Side of the Tune: Popular Music and Violence. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham. ISBN 9780754658726

Cloonan, M. (2007) Popular Music and the State in the UK: Culture, Trade or Industry? Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot. ISBN 9780754653738

Cloonan, M. (1996) Banned! : Censorship of Popular Music in Britain, 1967-92. Series: Popular cultural studies, 9. Arena: Aldershot. ISBN 1857422996

Book Sections

Cloonan, M. (2015) The Grand Ole Opry. In: Molleson, K. (ed.) Dear Green Sounds: Glasgow's Music Through Time and Buildings. Waverley Books Ltd.: Glasgow, pp. 140-146. ISBN 9781849341936

Cloonan, M. (2015) Managing the Zoeys: some reminiscences. In: Beech, N. and Gilmore, C. (eds.) Organising Music. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 226-235. ISBN 9781107040953

Cloonan, M. (2015) The SECC. In: Molleson, K. (ed.) Dear Green Sounds: Glasgow's Music Through Time and Buildings. Waverley: Glasgow, pp. 126-131. ISBN 9781849341936

Cloonan, M. (2014) Making Glasgow a city of music: some ruminations on an UNESCO award. In: Barber-Kersovan, A., Kirchberg, V. and Kucher, R. (eds.) Music City: Musikalische Annäherungen an die "kreative Stadt" = Musical Approaches to the "Creative City". Transcript: Bielefeld, pp. 121-138. ISBN 9783837619652

Cloonan, M. (2014) You can't not be political: Frith, politics and policy. In: Marshall, L., Laing, D. and Frith, S. (eds.) Popular Music Matters: Essays in honour of Simon Frith. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 103-116. ISBN 9781472421791

Williamson, J., and Cloonan, M. (2012) Contextualising the contemporary recording industry. In: Marshall, L. (ed.) The International Recording Industries. Series: Routledge advances in sociology. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9780415603454

Cloonan, M. (2011) Popular music policy in the UK. In: Dauncey, H. and Le Guern, P. (eds.) Stereo: Comparative Perspectives on the Sociological Study of Popular Music in France and Britain. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Farnham, UK, pp. 43-58. ISBN 9781409405689

Cloonan, M. (2011) Researching live music: some thoughts on policy implications. In: Looseley, D. (ed.) Policy and the Popular. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 45-60. ISBN 9780415698078

Frith, S., Cloonan, M., and Williamson, J. (2009) On music as a creative industry. In: Pratt, A.C. and Jeffcutt, P. (eds.) Creativity, Innovation and the Cultural Economy. Series: Routledge studies in global competition (46). Routledge, pp. 74-89. ISBN 9780415419758

Cloonan, M. (2006) Popular music censorship in Africa : an overview. In: Drewett, M. and Cloonan, M. (eds.) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 3-21. ISBN 9780754652915

Cloonan, M., and Drewett, M. (2006) Concluding comments on the censorship of popular music in Africa. In: Drewett, M. and Cloonan, M. (eds.) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 215-219. ISBN 9780754652915

Korpe, M., Reitov, O., and Cloonan, M. (2006) Music censorship from Plato to the Taliban. In: Brown, S. and Volgsten, U. (eds.) Music and Manipulation: On the Social Uses and Social Control of Music. Berghahn Books: New York, pp. 239-263. ISBN 1845450981

Cloonan, M. (2004) What is music censorship? towards an understanding. In: Korpe, M. (ed.) Shoot the Singer!: Music Censorship Today. Zed Books: London, pp. 3-5. ISBN 9781842775042

Cloonan, M. (2003) Call that censorship? problems of definition. In: Cloonan, M. and Garofalo, R. (eds.) Policing Pop. Temple University Press: Philadelphia, pp. 13-29. ISBN 1566399904

Cloonan, M. (2003) Censorship. In: Shepherd, J., Horn, D. and Laing, D. (eds.) Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Continuum: London, pp. 168-172. ISBN 9780826463210

Cloonan, M. (2003) Music: sounds of hate? In: Vidal-Hall, J. (ed.) The A-Z of Free Expression. Index: London, pp. 180-184. ISBN 9780904286991

Cloonan, M. (2002) Delivering a new deal? Another strange tale of pop and politics. In: Karki, K., Leydon, R. and Terho, H. (eds.) Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Popular Music Studies 20 Years Later: Proceedings of the Eleventh Biannual IASPM Conference July 6-10, 2001, Turku, Finland. IASPM-Norden: Turku, pp. 572-579. ISBN 9519878912

Cloonan, M. (2002) Exclusive! the British press and popular music, the story so far. In: Jones, S. (ed.) Pop Music and the Press. Temple University Press: Philadelphia, pp. 114-133. ISBN 1566399653

Osborne, M., Cloonan, M., and Oberski, I. (2002) European partnerships: exhilaration or exasperation? In: Field, J. (ed.) Promoting European Dimensions in Lifelong Learning. National Institute of Adult Continuing Education: Leicester, pp. 54-65. ISBN 9781862010482

Cloonan, M. (2000) Labour's new deal for musicians: turning rebellion into money? In: Mitchell, T., Doyle, P. and Johnson, B. (eds.) Changing sounds : new directions and configurations in popular music : IASPM, the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 10th International Conference 9 to 13 July, 1999, UTS, Sydney, Australia. Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Technology: Sydney, pp. 298-304. ISBN 1863653643

Cloonan, M. (2000) You can't do that: the Beatles, artistic freedom and censorship. In: Inglis, I. (ed.) The Beatles, Popular Music and Society: A Thousand Voices. Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 126-149. ISBN 0333732057

Cloonan, M. (1998) Class acts? Taste and popular music. In: Mitsui, T. (ed.) Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations. International Association for the Study of Popular Music: International Conference on Popular Music Studies, (9th, Jul 1997, Kanazawa, Japan). Graduate Program in Music, Kanazawa University: Kanazawa , pp. 229-239. ISBN 4998068415

Cloonan, M. (1995) Not taking the rap: NWA get stranded on an island of realism. In: Straw , W. (ed.) Popular Music: Style and Identity / International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Seventh International Conference on Popular Music Studies, Stockton, California, 1993. Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Industries and Institutions: Montreal, pp. 55-60. ISBN 0771704593

Edited Books

Homan, S., Cloonan, M., and Cattermole, J. (2015) Popular Music Industries and the StatePolicy Notes. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415824514 (In Press)

Homan, S., Cloonan, M. and Cattermole, J., (Eds.) (2015) Popular Music and Cultural Policy. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781138787766

Drewett , M. and Cloonan, M., (Eds.) (2006) Popular Music Censorship in Africa. Series: Ashgate popular and folk music series. Ashgate: Aldershot. ISBN 9780754652915

Cloonan, M. and Garofalo, R., (Eds.) (2003) Policing Pop. Temple University Press: Philadelphia. ISBN 1566399904

Research Reports or Papers

Cloonan, M., and Hulstedt, L. (2012) Taking Notes: Mapping and Teaching Popular Music in Higher Education. Technical Report. Higher Education Academy, York.

Cloonan, M. (2009) Promoting Pop: A Guide for Regional Development. Technical Report. PASCAL Observatory, Melbourne.

Forsyth, A., Cloonan, M., and Barr, J. (2005) Factors Associated with Alcohol-Related Problems Within Licensed Premises: Report to the Greater Glasgow NHS Board. Project Report. Glasgow NHS Board, Glasgow.

Cloonan, M., St.Clair, R., Gallacher, J., Crossan, B., Toman, N., and Caldwell, J. (2005) Lone Parents in Further Education Colleges. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Glasgow.

Williamson, J., Cloonan, M., and Frith, S. (2003) Mapping the Music Industry in Scotland: A Report. Project Report. Scottish Enterprise.

Osborne, M., Brink, B., Cloonan, M., Davies, P., Marks, A., Turner, E., and Williams, J. (2002) Mature Student Recruitment to HE (Scotland). Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

Powney, J., Bryson, C., Cloonan, M., and Wilson, V. (2002) The Appointment, Retention and Promotion of Academic Staff Within Higher Education Institutions. Project Report. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol.

Osborne, M., Brink, B., Cloonan, M., Davies, P., Marks, A., Turner, E., and Williams, J. (2001) For Me or Not for Me in Scotland? A Report of Mature Student Participation in Higher Education. Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

Osborne, M., Gallacher, J., and Cloonan, M. (1999) Researching Lifelong Learning: An Introductory Briefing. Project Report. Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.

Conference Proceedings

Cloonan, M. (2013) Live Music as Ideology. In: Situating Popular Musics: IASPM 16th International Conference, Grahamstown, South Africa, 27 Jun - 01 Jul 2011, pp. 77-88. (doi:10.5429/2225-0301.2011.11)

Cloonan, M. (2005) Music and violence: a provisional typology. In: Making Music, Making Meaning: 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Rome, Italy, 25-30 July 2005, pp. 147-159.

Cloonan, M., and Williamson, J. (2003) Mapping the music industry in Scotland: building an industry or building an empire? In: 12th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Montreal, Canada, 3-7 July 2003, pp. 129-138.

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