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2005

Ashby, Sarah L.1 and Rich, Michael 2 (2005)
“Video Killed the Radio Star: the Effects of Music Videos on Adolescent Health.”
Adolescent Medicine Clinics, Vol. 16 (2): pages 371-93, ix.

[Note: Published by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Section on Adolescent Health.There is an Erratum in Adolescent Medicine Clinincs, Vol. 16 (3): pages 675-676.]

Bobineau, Olivier. (2005)
“La Musique Metal: Sociologie d’un Fait Religieux [Metal Music: Sociology of Religion].”

Sociétés: Revue des Sciences Humaines et Sociales [Societies: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences], No. 88: pages 93-102
.
ISSN 0765-3697.
doi 10.3917/soc.088.0093
[Note: This journal dropped the use of volume numbers with no. 12.]

Copes, Heith2 and Williams, J. Patrick1. (2005)
“’How Edge are You?’ Constructing Authentic Identities and Subcultural Boundaries in a Straightedge Internet Forum.”
Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 28 (1) : pages 67-89.

ISSN 0195-6086.
doi 10.1525/si.2005.28.1.67

Danhauer, Suzanne2 and Kemper, Kathi J.1 (2005)
“Music as Therapy.”
Southern Medical Journal, Vol. 98 (3): pages 282-288
.

Halnon, Karen Bettez. (2005).
“Alienation Incorporated: ‘F*** the Mainstream Music’ in the Mainstream.” Current Sociology, Vol. 53 (3): pages 441-464.

Hodgetts, Darrin2 and Snell, Dave1. (2005).
“The Psychology of Heavy Metal Communities and White Supremacist Groups.”
Te Kura Kete Aronui: Graduate and Postgraduate E-journal of Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 1.

[Note: Published by The University of Waikato - Te Whare Wananga o Waikato, http://www.waikato.ac.nz/wfass/tkka/,
Department of Political Science and Public Policy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.]

Lestrade, Eric. (2005).
“History of Metal.”
Sociétés: Revue des Sciences Humaines et Sociales [Societies: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences], No. 88: pages 147-148.

ISSN 0765-3697.
[Note: This journal dropped the use of volume numbers with no. 12.]

Luhr, Eileen. (2005).
“Metal Missionaries to the Nation: Christian Heavy Metal Music, ‘Family Values,’ and Youth Culture, 1984-1994.”
American Quarterly, Vol. 57 (1): pages 103-128
.

Rafalovich, Adam1 and Schneider, Andreas2. (2005).
“Song Lyrics in Contemporary Metal Music as Counter-hegemonic Discourse: an Exploration of Three Themes.”
Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology,Vol. 33 (2): pages 131-142.

Waksman, Steve. (2005).
“Metal, Punk, and Motörhead: Generic Crossover in the Heart of the Punk Explosion.”
ECHO: a Music Centered Journal, Vol. 6 (2): [no pagination].

ISSN 1535-1807.
[Note: Echo: a Music-Centered Journal is an online-only publication that “is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal created and edited by graduate students in the Department of Musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles.” This article is freely available online]

Walzer, Nicolos. (2005).
“La Recomposition Religieuse Black Metal: Parcours et Influx Religleux des Musiciens de Black Metal.”
Sociétés: Revue des Sciences Humaines et Sociales [Societies: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences], No. 88: pages 53-91.

ISSN 0765-3697, ISBN 2-8041-4763-0.
doi: 10.3917/soc.088.0053
[Note: This journal dropped the use of volume numbers with no. 12. This article is freely available online].

2006

Abbruzzese, Elvira1 / Ehlert, Ulrike4 / Krebs, Monika3 and Nater, Urs M.1 (2006)
“Sex Differences in Emotional and Psychophysiological Responses to Musical Stimuli.”
International Journal of Psychophysiology: Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, Vol. 62 (2): pages 300-308.

Ali, S. Omar1 and Peynircioglu, Zehra F.2 (2006)
“Songs and Emotions: Are Lyrics and Melodies Equal Partners?”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 34 (4), pages 511-534.

Bedlow, A.3 / Charles-Holmes, R.2 / and Smith, V. H.1 (2006)
“Contact Dermatitis in Guitar Players.”
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, Vol. 31 (1): pages 143-145.

Berger, Harris M. (2006)
“Aspects du Death Metal.”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2).

[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!" This article is freely available online].

Berry, Sandra H.6 / Collins, Rebecca L.2 / Elliott, Marc N.3 / Kanouse, David E.5 / Martino, Steven C.1 / and Strachman, Amy4. (2006)
“Exposure to Degrading Versus Nondegrading Music Lyrics and Sexual Behavior Among Youth.”
Pediatrics, Vol. 118 (2): pages e430-e441
.

Brizard, Cyril. (2006).
“La Fusion de la Musique Metal et de la Musique Classique: Nightwish et les Voix Chantées [The Fusion of Metal Music and Classical Music: Nightwish and Voices Sung].”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 115-136.

[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!" This article is freely available online].

Cardoso Filho, Jorge Luiz Cunha. (2006).
“A Dimensão Midiática da Canvão: a Produção de Sentido no Heavy Metal [The Media Dimension to the Song: the Production of Meaning in Heavy Metal]. ”
Comunicação, Mídia e Consumo [Communication, Media and Consumption], Vol. 3 (6): pages 201-219.

[Note: This article is freely available online]

Che, Meng Tze. (2006).
“Qu’est-ce qu’une Culture Locale ? La Pratique et L’expression du Black Metal à Taïwan [What is a Local Culture? The Practice and Expression of Black Metal in Taiwan].”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 53-74.

[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volum !” This article is freely available online]

Chowaniec, C.1 / Jałfonski, C.2 / Kabiesz-Neniczka, S.3 / Kobek, M.4 / and Rygol, K.5 (2006).
“[Double Ritual Murder by the Satanist Cult Members Based on the Casuistry of the Forensic Medicine Department in Katowice].”
Archiwum Medycyny Sadowej i Kryminologii [Archive of Forensic Medicine and Criminology], Vol. 56 (4): pages 271-3. 

ISSN: 0324-8267.
Language: Polish
[Note: the English translation of the article title is all that was found from the source: PubMed.gov]

Cotton, Sian1 / Drotar, Dennis5 / Rosenthal, Susan L.3 / Tsevat, Joe4 / and Zebracki, Kathy2 (2006)
“Religion / Spirituality and Adolescent Health Outcomes: a Review.”
The Journal of Adolescent Health: Official Publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, Vol. 38 (4): pages 472-80.

[Note: There is a reader comment in the Journal of Adolescent Health (2006 October), Vol. 39 (4): page 617 and also an author’s reply on pages 617-8.]

Fu, Kelly2 / and Liew, Kai Khiun1. (2006).
“Conjuring the Tropical Specters: Heavy Metal, Cultural Politics in Singapore and Malaysia.”
IACS - Movements [Inter-Asia Cultural Studies], Vol. 7 (1): pagination not given
.
[Note: Editorial statement excerpt: "Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, also known as the Movements project, is a transborder collective undertaking to confront Inter-Asia cultural politics." Freely available online.]

Graham Martin. (2006).
“Editorial: On Suicide and Subcultures.”
Advances in Mental Health, Vol. 5 (3): pages 166-170.

Guibert, Gérôme2 and Hamma, Amine Hamma1. (2006).
“De l’Internationale-Metal au Conflit Sociétal Local: la Scène de Casablanca [From International Metal to Local Societal Conflict: the Scene in Casablanca-Interview with Amine Hamma].”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires / The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 153-177.

[Note: This interview is scholarly and includes several cited sources. The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!” This article is freely available online]

Guibert, Gérôme1 and Hein, Fabien2. (2006).
“Introduction: Les Scènes Metal.”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 5-18.

[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!” This article is freely available online].

Guibert, Gérôme2 / Hein, Fabien3 and Marc Touché, Marc1 (2006).
“Metal: une Culture de la Transgression Sonore- Entretien avec Marc Touché [Metal: a Culture of Transgression Sound-Interview with Marc Touché].” VOLUME!: La revue des musiques populaires/The French journal of popular music studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 137-152.
[Note: This interview is scholarly and includes cited sources. The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!” This article is freely available online]

Halnon, Karen Bettez. (2006).
“Heavy Metal Carnival and Dis-alienation: the Politics of Grotesque Realism.”
Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 29 (1): pages 33-48.

Hargreaves David J.2 and North, Adrian C.1 (2006).
“Problem Music and Self-Harming.” Suicide and Life-threatening Behavior, Vol. 36 (5): pages 582-590.

Henry, Paul Conrad1 and Caldwell, Marylouise2. (2006)
“Self-Empowerment and Consumption: Consumer Remedies for Prolonged Stigmatization.”
European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 40 (9/10): pages 1031-1048.

Kale, S.4 / Kandpal, H.2 / Neyaz, Z.1 / and Sharma, R.3 (2006).
“'Head Banging' During Rock Show Causing [sic] Subdural Hematoma.”
Neurology India: Publication of the Neurological Society of India, Vol. 54 (3), pages 319-320.

[Note: This is a Letter to the Journal Editor.]

Kärki, Kimi. (2006).
“’Let's Fucking Die!’: Metallimusiikki, Pahuus Ja Kuoleman Kuvastot [“‘Let’s Fucking Die!’: Heavy Metal, Evil and Death of Illustrated Works].”
Peili: Audiovisual Culture of Children and Teachers, Vol. 1: pages 16-19.
ISSN 0783-1781.
Language: Finnish
[Note: “Peili” means “Mirror.” See http://www.etkk.fi/peili]

Liew, Kai Khiun1 and Fu, Kelly 2. (2006).
“Conjuring the Tropical Spectres: Heavy Metal, Cultural Politics in Singapore and Malaysia.”
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 7 (1): pages 99-112.

Lynch, Gordon. (2006).
“The Role of Popular Music in the Construction of Alternative Spiritual Identities and Ideologies.”
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 45 (4): pages 481-488
.

Martínez García, Silvia. (2006)
“La Production de Genres: Analyses Depuis les Périphéries du Heavy Metal [The Production of Genres: From Analysis the peripheries of Heavy Metal].” VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 91-113.
[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!” This article is freely available online]

Pampel, Fred C. (2006).
“Socioeconomic Distinction, Cultural Tastes, and Cigarette Smoking.”
Social Science Quarterly, (2006) Vol. 87 (1): pages 19-35.

Phillipov, M. (2006)
"None So Vile? Towards an Ethics of Death Metal."
Southern Review: Communication, Politics and Culture, Vol. 38 (2): pages 74-85.
ISSN 0038-4526.
[Note: Published by the English Department of University of Adelaide.]

Rafalovitch, Adam. (2006).
“Broken and Becoming God-Sized: Contemporary Metal Music and Masculine Individualism.”
Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 29 (1): pages 19-32.

Savage, Mike. (2006).
“The Musical Field.”
Cultural Trends, Vol. 15 (2/3): pages 159-174.

Sweeting, Helen2 / Young, Robert1 / and West, Patrick3. (2006).
“Prevalence of Deliberate Self Harm and Attempted Suicide within Contemporary Goth Youth Subculture: Longitudinal Cohort Study.”
BMJ, Vol. 332: pages 1058-1061.

Tolvanen, Hannu. (2006).
“The Quiet Past and the Loud Present: the Kalevala and Heavy Meyal.”
VOLUME!: La Revue des Musiques Populaires/ The French Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol. 5 (2): pages 75-90.

[Note: The title of this special issue of VOLUME! is “Les Scènes Metal.” This online-only journal previously had the name of “Copyright Volume!” This article is freely available online]

Williams, J. Patrick. (2006).
“Authentic Identities: Straightedge Subculture, Music, and the Internet.”
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Vol. 35 (2): pages 173-200.

doi 10.1177/0891241605285100

2007

Babin, Jonathan3 / Labbé, Elise1 / Pharr, Martha4 and Schmidt, Nicholas2. (2007).
“Coping with Stress: the Effectiveness of Different Types of Music.”
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Vol. 32 (3-4): pages 163-168.

Brown, Andy R. (2007).
“’Everything Louder than Everything Else’: the Contemporary Metal Music Magazine and its Cultural Appeal.”
Journalism Studies, Vol. 8 (3): pages 642-655.

Caldwell, Marylouise2 and Henry, Paul1. (2007).
“Headbanging as Resistance or Refuge: a Cathartic Account.”
Consumption, Markets and Culture, Vol. 10 (2): pages 159-174.

Chapman, P. M. (2007).
“Heavy Metal-music, Not Science.” (LETTER to journal editor)
Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 41 (12): page 6C.

[Note: This item is relevant to music studies. Author desires more precise terms for toxicology].

Copes, Hieth1 and Williams, J. Patrick2. (2007)
“Techniques of Affirmation: Deviant Behavior, Moral Commitment, and Subcultural Identity.”
International Journal of Deviant Behavior, Vol. 28 (3): pages 247-272.

Dalton, Brian H.1 and Behm, David G.2 (2007).
“Effects of Noise and Music on Human and Task Performance: a Systematic Review.”
Occupational Ergonomics, Vol. 7 (3): pages 143-152.

Ghabili, K.1 / Rahimi-Ardabili, B.3 / and Shoja, M. M.2 (2007).
“Nickel Dust Halo Surrounding the Guitarists: a Potential Trigger for the Guitarists' Respiratory Problems."
Medical Hypotheses, Vol. 69 (4): page 950.

Harrison, Thomas. (2007).
“Decoding Van Halen: Sexual Coding Devices of a Hard Rock Group, 1978-1984.”
International Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 5 (4): pages 115-122.

Harrison, Thomas. (2007).
“’Empire’: Chart Performance of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal Groups, 1990-1992.”
Popular Music and Society, Vol. 20 (2): pages 197-225.

Hodgetts, Dave2 and Snell, Dave1 (2007).
“Heavy Metal, Identity and the Social Negotiation of a Community of Practice.”
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, Vol. 17 (6): pages 430-445.

Kidd, Dustin. (2007).
“Harry Potter and the Functions of Popular Culture.”
Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 40 (1): pages 69-89.

Mulder, Juul1 / ter Bogt, Tom2 / Raaijmakers, Quinten3 and Vollebergh, Wilma4. (2007).
“Music Taste Groups and Problem Behavior.”
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Vol. 36 (3): pages 313-324.
ISSN 0047-2891.

Mullaney, Jamie L. (2007).
“’Unity Admirable But Not Necessarily Heeded’: Going Rates and Gender Boundaries in the Straight Edge Hardcore Music Scene.”
Gender and Society, Vol. 21: pages 384-408.

Pieslak, Jonatha. (2007).
“Sound Targets: Music and the War in Iraq.”
Journal of Musicological Research, Vol. 26 (2): pages 123-149.

Schill, Brian. (2007).
“The Impossibility of Negation: A Theoretical Defense of ‘Cross-Over’ Christian Rock.”
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture,
Vol. 16.

[Note: Freely available online].

Snell, Dave1 / and Hodgetts, Darrin2. (2007).
“Heavy Metal, Identity and the Social Negotiation of a Community of Practice.”
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, Vol. 17 (6): pages 430–445.
doi: 10.1002/casp.943.

Van Der Velden, D. (2007).
“Crypto Logo Jihad: Black Metal and the Aesthetics of Evil.”
Art Papers, November/ December issue: pages 36-43.

2008

Abraham, Ibrahim. (2008).
“Punk Pulpit: Religion, Punk Rock, and Counter (Sub)cultures.”
Council of Societies for the Study of Religion Bulletin, Vol. 37 (1): pages 3-7.

Aitken, Campbell K.4 / Hocking, Jane S.3 / Hellard, Margaret E.2 / and Lim, Megan S. C.1 (2008).
“A Cross-sectional Survey of Young People Attending a Music Festival: Associations between Drug Use and Musical Preference.”
Drug and Alcohol Review, Vol. 27 (4): pages 439-441.

doi: 10.1080/09595230802089719

Allen, Mike2 / Herrett-Skjellum, Jennifer4 / Jorgensen, Jill3 / Kramer, Michael R.5 / Ryan, Daniel J.6 and Timmerman, Lindsay M.1 (2008).
“A Review and Meta-Analysis Examining the Relationship of Music Content with Sex, Race, Priming, and Attitudes.”
Communication Quarterly, Vol. 56 (3): pages 303-324.

Baker, Felicity1 / and Bor, William2. (2008).
“Can Music Preference Indicate Mental Health Status in Young People?”
Australasian Psychiatry, Vol. 16 (4): pages 284-288.

Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh. (2008).
“Sound Links: Exploring the Social, Cultural and Educational Dynamics of Musical Communities in Australia.”
International Journal of Community Music, Vol. 1 (3): pages 335-356.

Becknell, Milton E.1 / Firmin, Michael W.2 / Fleetwood, David M. 4 / Hwang, Chi-En3 / Schwab, Gregory D.6 / and Tate, Kristie L.5 (2008).
“Effects of Listening to Heavy Metal Music on College Women: a Pilot Study.”
College Student Journal, Vol. 42 (1): pages 24-35.

Berger, Monica. (2008).
“Scholarly Monographs on Rock Music: a Bibliographic Essay", Collection Building, Vol. 27 (1): pages 4-13.
doi: 10.1108/01604950810846189

Bertin-Mahieuxa, Thierry1 / Ecka, Douglas2 / Lamereb, Paul4 / and Mailleta, François3. (2008)
“Autotagger: a Model for Predicting Social Tags from Acoustic Features on Large Music Databases.”
Journal of New Music Research, Vol. 37 (2): pages 115-135.

doi: 10.1080/09298210802479250

Boman, Sami / Heinonen, Yrjö and Nikkola, Joni. (2008)
“Kehtolaulu ja sen taonta raskaaksi metalliksi: Marja Mattlarin ja Timo Rautiainen and Trio--Niskalaukauksen versiot Mattlarin Kehtolaulusta [A Lullaby Song and How it was welded into Heavy Metal...].”
Musiikin Suunta, Vol. 30 (1): page 40.

Language:  Finnish
[Note: Publisher was Suomen Etnomusikologinen Seura Helsinki; Country of Publication: Finland.]

Bourret, Kristy 4 / Kollath, Miranda5 / Kroth, Jerry1 / Lamas, Jasmin2 and Pisca, Nicholas3. (2008)
“Retrospective Dream Components and Musical Preferences.”
Psychological Reports, Vol. 103 (1): pages 93-96.

Chaker, Sarah (text) / Sarah Chaker & David Adamietz (photographs). (2008.
“Death Metal Made in Germany. Mit Suffocate Bastard im Tonstudio im Tonstudio [Death Metal Made in Germany. In the Recording Studio with Suffocate Bastard].”
Journal der Jugendkulturen, Vol. 13 (December 2008)
(Note: Das Journal der Jugendkulturen 13 erscheint nur als Online-Magazin, da wir derzeit keine finanziellen Ressourcen für den Druck der Ausgabe haben. Das Archiv der Jugendkulturen erhält bis heute keinerlei Regelförderung und auch keineDruckzuschüsse für seine Publikationen. [The Journal of Youth Cultures 13 appears only as an online magazine, as we currently have no financial resources to print the output. The Archive of Youth Cultures receives no funding provided to date, and no subsidies for its print publications.]).

Delsing, Marc J. M. H.1 / Engels, Rutger C. M. E.3 / Meeus, Wim H. J.4 and ter Bogt, Tom F. M.2 (2008)
“Adolescents’ Music Preferences and Personality Characteristics.”
European Journal of Personality, Vol. 22 (2): pages 109-130.

doi: 10.1002/per.665

Delsing, Marc J. M. H.2 / Meeus, Wim H. J.4 / Selfhout, Maarten H. W.1 and Ter Bogt, Tom F. M.3 (2008)
“Heavy Metal and Hip-Hop Style Preferences and Externalizing Problem Behavior: a Two-Wave Longitudinal Study.”
Youth and Society, Vol. 39 (4): pages 435-452.

Dyrendal, Asbjørn. (2008)
“Devilish Consumption: Popular Culture in Satanic Socialization.”
Numen: International Review for the History Of Religions, Vol. 55 (1): pages 68-98. 

ISSN: 0029-5973.

Elflein, Dietmar (text) / Henry Kramer (photographs). (2008)
“Show No Mercy Oder: All We Are - All We Are We Are - We Are All - All We Need.”
Journal der Jugendkulturen, Vol. 13 (December 2008)
.
[The Journal of Youth Cultures 13 appears only as an online magazine, as we currently have no financial resources to print the output. The Archive of Youth Cultures receives no funding provided to date, and no subsidies for its print publications.]).

Ginocchio, John. (2008).
“Fifth-grade Listeners' Music Style Preferences: a Ranking of Contemporary Popular Music Styles and Comparison to Leblanc, 1979.”
Contributions to Music Education, Vol. 35: page 9.

Grandjean Didier2 / Scherer Klaus R.3 and Zentner Marcel1 (2008).
“Emotions Evoked by the Sound of Music: Characterization, Classification, and Measurement.”
Emotion, Vol. 8 (4): pages 494-521.

James, Kieran. (2008).
“’From ‘The Undead Will Feast’ to ‘The Time to Kill is Now’: Frankfurt School and Freudian Perspectives on Death Metal.”
Musicology Australia, Vol. 31.

Kier, Cheryl2 and Leung, Ambrose1. (2008).
“Music Preferences and Civic Activism of Young People.”
Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 11 (4): pages 445-460.

Kimmritz, Jana (Text) / Markus Mirschel & Henry Kramer (Photographs). (2008).
“Berlin Metal - Geschichten einer Szene [Berlin Metal - Stories of a Scene].”
Journal der Jugendkulturen, Vol. 13 (December 2008).

[The Journal of Youth Cultures 13 appears only as an online magazine, as we currently have no financial resources to print the output. The Archive of Youth Cultures receives no funding provided to date, and no subsidies for its print publications.]).

Lamerea, Paul. (2008).
“Social Tagging and Music Information Retrieval.”
Journal of New Music Research, Vol. 37 (2): pages 101-114.

doi: 10.1080/09298210802479284

Lena, Jennifer C.1 and Peterson, Richard A.2 (2008).
“Classification as Culture: Types and Trajectories of Music Genres.”
American Sociological Review, Vol.  73 (5): pages 697-718.

[Note: A supplement to this article is available at http://www2.asanet.org/journals/asr/2008/lena08.pdf].

Leow, Shoen Hwa2 and David Rawlings1. (2008).
“Investigating the Role of Psychoticism and Sensation Seeking in Predicting Emotional Reactions to Music.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 36 (3): pages 269-287.

LeVine, Mark. (2008).
“Heavy Metal Muslims: the Rise of a Post-Islamist Public Sphere."
Contemporary Islam, Vol. 2 (3): pages 229-249.

McIntosh, Andrew2 and Patton, Declan1. (2008).
“Head and Neck Injury Risks in Heavy Metal: Head Bangers Stuck between Rock and a Hard Bass."
BMJ, December 17/ Vol. 337: page a2825.

doi: 10.1136/bmj.a2825
[Note: There is a reader comment on this article in: BMJ. 2009/ Vol. 338: page b42.]

Moberg, Marcus. (2008).
“The Internet and the Construction of a Transnational Christian Metal Music Scene.”
Culture and Religion, Vol. 9 (1): pages 81-99.

Oakes, Jason Lee. (2008).
“The Filth and the Fury: an Essay on Punk Rock and Heavy Metal Karaoke.”
Current Musicology,Vol. 85: page 73.

Pieslak, Jonathan. (2008).
“Sound, Text and Identity in Korn's ‘Hey Daddy’.”
Popular Music, Vol. 27 (1): pages 35-52.

Renz, Kat. (2008).
“GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!”
Bitch Magazine: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, Vol. 41: pages 56-58
.

Ryan, Jenny Rose. (2008).
"HORNING IN."
Bitch Magazine: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, Vol. 41: pages 54-59.

Stosuy, Brandon. (2008).
“A Blaze in the American Sky.” The Believer, Vol. 55: pages 7-22.

Zweigenhaft, Richard L. (2008).
“A Do Re Mi Encore: a Closer Look at the Personality Correlates of Music Preferences."
Journal of Individual Differences, Vol. 29 (1): pages 45-55.

doi: 10.1027/1614-0001.29.1.45

2009

Ahmadi, Fereshteh. (2009).
“Hard and Heavy Music: Can It Make a Difference in the Young Cancer Patients’ Life?”
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, Vol. 9 (2).

[Note: Freely available online online].

Ainamo, Antti3 / Karjalainen, Toni-Matt1 and Laaksonen, Laura2. (2009.)
“Analyzing Concept Building and Visual Communication Within Heavy Metal Music.”
Bog Fires Research Project / Nordcode 2009 Kolding Working Paper.

[Note: Freely available online].

Andrew, Laghos1 and Panayiotis, Laghos2 (2009).
“Audio Recording of Rock/Metal Music Using Personal Computers.”
Journal of Communication and Computer, Vol. 6 (3): pages 28-34.

Aussaguel, François2 / Recours, Robin1 and Trujillo, Nick3. (2009)
“Metal Music and Mental Health in France.”
Culture Medicine and Psychiatry, Vol. 33 (3): pages 473-488.

Avelar, Idelber. (2009).
“Genealogías y Contrastes en el Heavy Metal Brasileño [Genealogy and Contrast in Brazilian Heavy Metal].”
TodaVÍA, Vol. 21: [online/ No Pagination].

Bénard, Nicolas. (2009).
“Les Mythologies Hard Rock et Métal: Bricolage Identitaire ou Récit Original? [Hard Rock and Metal Mythologies: Do-It-Yourself Identity or Original Narrative?].”
Sociétés: Revue des Sciences Humaines et Sociales [Societies: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences], Vol. 104: pages 65-72.

ISSN 0765-3697.

Branjea, Susan J. T.2 / Meeusa, Wim H. J.4 / Selfhout, Maarten H. W.1 and ter Bogt, Tom F. M3. (2009).
“The Role of Music Preferences in Early Adolescents’ Friendship Formation and Stability.”
Journal of Adolescence, Vol. 32 (1): pages 95-107.

Claes, Michel2 and Miranda, Dave1. (2009).
“Music Listening, Coping, Peer Affiliation and Depression in Adolescence.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 37 (2): pages 215-233.

doi: 10.1177/0305735608097245

Cordero, Jonathan. (2009).
“Unveiling Satan's Wrath: Aesthetics and Ideology in Anti-Christian Heavy Metal.”
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Vol. 21 (1): [15 pages, no pagination].

Council on Communications and Media [corporate author]. (2009).
“[Policy Statement]: Impact of Music, Music Lyrics, and Music Videos on Children and Youth.”
Pediatrics, Vol. 124 (5): pages 1488-1494.

[Note: See Fuld et al. entry below]

D'Amico, Giuliano. (2009).
“Black Metal, Literature and Mythology. The Case of Cornelius Jakhelln.”
Nordicum-Mediterraneum, Vol. 4 (1): page 25-33.

[Note: Freely available online].

Dairianathan, Eugene I. (2009).
“Vedic Metal and the South Indian Community in Singapore: Problems and Prospects of Identity.”
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 10 (4): pages 585-608.

doi: 10.1080/14649370903166424

Díaz, José Luís2 and Flores-Gutiérrez, Enrique1. (2009).
“La Respuesta Emocional a la Música: Atribución de Términos de la Emoción a Segmentos Musicales [Emotional Response to Music: Attribution of Emotion Terms in Musical Segments].”
Salud Mental, Vol. 32 (1): pages 21-34.

Language: Spanish

Elflein, Dietmar. (2009).
“Somewhere in Time: Zum Verhältnis von Alter, Mythos und Geschichte am Beispiel von Heavy Metal-Festivals [Somewhere in Time: On the Relationship between Age, Legend, and History in the Example of Heavy Metal Festivals].
Samples: Notizen, Projekte und Kurzbeiträge zur Popularmusikforschung [Notes, Projects and Short Contributions to Popular Music Research]
, Vol. 8.

[Note: This is an online-only journal. Article is available online].

Eriksson, Annika3 / Kellerth,Thomas4 / Lindell, Lena2 and Nilsson, Ulrica1. (2009).
“The Effect of Music Intervention in Relation to Gender During Coronary Angiographic Procedures: a Randomized Clinical Trial.”
European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Vol. 8 (3): pages 200-206.

Etter, Sr., Gregg W. (2009).
“Hip-Hop, Narcocorrido, and Neo-Nazi Hate Rock: a Comparison of Alienated Criminal Groups.”
Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, Vol. 9: pages 98-112.

[Note: “Scholarly voice of the Institute of Justice & International Studies of the University of Central Missouri.”]

Faulds, David J.2 and Mangolda, W. Glynn1. (2009).
“Social Media: the New Hybrid Element of the Promotion Mix.”
Business Horizons, Vol. 52 (4): pages 357-365.

doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2009.03.002

Fuld, Gilbert L. et al. (Council on Communications and Media) (2009).
“From the American Academy of Pediatrics: Policy Statement--Impact of Music, Music Lyrics, and Music Videos on Children and Youth."
Pediatrics, Vol. 124 (5): pages 1488-1494.

doi:10.1542/peds.2009-2145
[Note: This item was authored by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Council on Communications and Media. Organizational Principles to Guide and Define the Child Health Care System and / or Improve the Health of all Children. It is a revision of the policy posted on December 1, 1996.]

Gabhainn, Saoirse Nic4 / Monshouwer, Karin5 / Mulder, Juul1 / Raaijmakers, Quinten A. W.3 / Ter Bogt, Tom F. M.2 and Vollebergh, Wilma A. M.6 (2009).
“The Soundtrack of Substance Use: Music Preference and Adolescent Smoking and Drinking.”
Substance Use and Misuse, Vol. 44 (4): pages 514-531.

Gaul, Emil. (2009).
“Appearances Can Be Deceptive: a Report on the Dress, Tastes and Values of Hungarian Secondary School Pupils.”
International Journal of Education through Art, Vol. 5 (1): pages 63-74.

Gelder, Ken. (2009).
“Subcultures, Maladjustment and the Problem of ‘Revolt’.”
AntiTHESIS, Vol. 19: pages 196-199.

James, Kieran. (2009).
“From ‘The Undead Will Feast’ to ‘The Time to Kill is Now’: Frankfurt School and Freudian Perspectives on Death-metal.”

Musicology Australia, Vol. 31: page 17+.

[Note: Freely available online]

James, Kieran1 and Tolliday, Christopher2. (2009).
“Structural Change in the Music Industry: a Marxist Critique of Public Statements Made by Members of Metallica during the Lawsuit against Napster.”
International Journal of Critical Accounting, Vol. 1 (1/2): pages 144-176.

doi: 10.1504/IJCA.2009.025335

Linghama, Joseph1 and Theorella, Tores2. (2009)
“Self-selected ‘Favourite’ Stimulative and Sedative Music Listening: How Does Familiar and Preferred Music Listening Affect the Body?”
Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, Vol. 18 (2): pages 150-166.

doi: 10.1080/08098130903062363

Kallioniemi, Kari1 and Kimi Kärk2. (2009).
“The Kalevala, Popular Music, and National Culture.”
Journal of Finnish Studies, Vol.  13 (2): pages 61-72.

[Note: Freely available online]

Kürti, László. (2009).
“The Symbolic Construction of the Monstrous: the Elizabeth Bathory Story.”
Narodna Umjetnost: Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research [Folk Art: Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research]. Vol.46 (1): pages 133-159.

[Note: PDF is available in Croatian and in English (file size: 1350 KB)].

LeVine, Mark. (2009).
“Doing the Devil's Work: Heavy Metal and the Threat to Public Order in the Muslim World.”
Social Compass, Vol. 56 (4): pages 564-576.

Mäkelä, Janne. (2009).
“Alternations: the Case of International Success in Finnish Popular Music.”
European Journal of Cultural Studies,Vol. 12 (3): pages 367-382.

McDonald, Jennifer A.2 / Oldmeadow, Julian A.3 and Rentfrow, Peter J.1 (2009).
“You Are What You Listen To: Young People's Stereotypes about Music Fans.
Group Processes Intergroup Relations, Vol. 12 (3): pages 329-344.

doi:10.1177/1368430209102845
[Note: This article contains only a very brief reference to heavy metal.]

Miranda, Dave. (2009).
“Music Listening, Coping, Peer Affiliation and Depression in Adolescence.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 37 (2): page 215-233.

doi : 10.1177/0305735608097245  

Mombelet, Alexis. (2009).
“Entre Metanoïa et Paranoïa: Approches Sociologique et Médiatique du Satanisme en France [Between Paranoia and Metanoia: Sociological and Media Approaches of Satanism in France].”
Social Compass, Vol. 56 (4): pages 530-540.

Mula, Marco1 and Trimble, Michael R.2 (2009),
“Music and Madness: Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Music.”
Clinical Medicine: Journal of the Royal College of Physicians, Vol. 9 (1): pages 83-86.

Oxoby, Robert J. (2009).
“On the Efficiency of AC/DC: Bon Scott versus Brian Johnson.”
Economic Inquiry, Vol. 47 (3): pages 598-602.

doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7295.2008.00138.x

Pedersen, Willy. (2009).
“Cannabis Use: Subcultural Opposition or Social Marginality? A Population-Based Longitudinal Study.”
Acta Sociologica,Vol. 52 (2): pages 135-148.

Podkalicka, Aneta. (2009).
“Young Listening: an Ethnography of YouthWorx Media's Radio Project.”
Continuum, Vol. 23 (4): pages 561-572.

Schäfer, Thomas1 and Sedlmeier, Peter Sedlmeier2. (2009).
“From the Functions of Music to Music Preference.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 37 (3): pages 279-300.

doi: 10.1177/0305735608097247

Tompkins, Joseph. (2009).
“What's the Deal with Soundtrack Albums? Metal Music and the Customized Aesthetics of Contemporary Horror.”
Cinema Journal, Vol. 49 (1): pages 65-81.

Trappe, H. J. (2009).
“Musik und Gesundheit: Welche Musik Hilft welchem Patienten - Welche Eher Nicht? [Music and Health: What Kind of Music Helps Which Patients? What Music Tends Not To?].”
DMW Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift . [DMW German Medical Weekly], Vol. 134 (51-52): pages 2601-2606.

Zangana, Haifa. (2009).
“Iraqi Resistance Has its Song.”
International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies,Vol. 3 (3): pages 277-286.