John Street
John Street
Professor of Politics, University of East Anglia
Verified email at uea.ac.uk
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Mass media, politics and democracy
J Street
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2010
10502010
Celebrity politicians: Popular culture and political representation
J Street
The British journal of politics and international relations 6 (4), 435-452, 2004
7452004
Democracy, deliberation and design: the case of online discussion forums
S Wright, J Street
New media & society 9 (5), 849-869, 2007
6982007
Politics and popular culture
J Street, S Inthorn, M Scott
From entertainment to citizenship, 2015
5642015
Music and politics
J Street
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
3162013
Rebel rock: The politics of popular music
J Street
Basil Blackwell, 1986
3161986
From media politics to e-protest
A Scott, J Street
Information, Communication & Society 3 (2), 215-240, 2000
2762000
The Cambridge companion to pop and rock
S Frith
Cambridge University Press, 2001
2562001
Do celebrity politics and celebrity politicians matter?
J Street
The British journal of politics and international relations 14 (3), 346-356, 2012
2352012
The Celebrity Politician: Political; Style and Popular Culture
J Street
Sage, 2003
2112003
Politics and technology
J Street
Macmillan International Higher Education, 1992
2011992
Political culture–from civic culture to mass culture
J Street
British Journal of Political Science 24 (1), 95-113, 1994
1591994
Remote Control? Politics, Technology andElectronic Democracy'
J Street
European Journal of Communication 12 (1), 27-42, 1997
1531997
‘Fight the power’: The politics of music and the music of politics
J Street
Government and Opposition 38 (1), 113-130, 2003
1452003
Playing to the crowd: The role of music and musicians in political participation
J Street, S Hague, H Savigny
The British journal of politics and international relations 10 (2), 269-285, 2008
1232008
Rock Against Racism and Red Wedge: from music to politics, from politics to music
S Frith, J Street
Rockin’the boat: Mass music and mass movements, 67-80, 1992
1141992
Politics lost, politics transformed, politics colonised? Theories of the impact of mass media
J Street
Political Studies Review 3 (1), 17-33, 2005
872005
Deciding factors in British politics: A case study approach
J Greenaway, SM Smith, J Street
Routledge, 1992
801992
Local differences? Popular music and the local state
J Street
Popular Music 12 (1), 43-55, 1993
791993
‘Simon Cowell for prime minister’? Young citizens’ attitudes towards celebrity politics
S Inthorn, J Street
Media, culture & society 33 (3), 479-489, 2011
772011
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