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2010

Auhagen, Wolfgang6 / Tsai, Chen-Gia1 / Wang, Li-Ching2 / Wang, Shwu-Fen3 / Shau, Yio-Wha4 and Hsiao, Tzu-Yu5 . (2010)
“Aggressiveness of the Growl-Like Timbre: Acoustic Characteristics, Musical Implications, and Biomechanical Mechanisms.”
Music Perception, Vol. 27 (3): pages 209-221.

Colman, Felicity. (2010)
“Notes on the Feminist Manifesto: the Strategic Use of Hope.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 14 (4): pages 375-392.

ISSN: 14797585
doi: 10.1080/14797581003765333

Freeborn, Robert. (2010)
“A Selective Discography of Scandinavian Heavy Metal Music.”
Notes,Vol. 66 (4): pages 840-850.
ISSN: 0027-4380.
[Note: Published by the Music Library Association, U.S.A.]

Fung, Owen. (2010)
“The Construction of ‘Peoplehood’ in the Second Wave of Norwegian Black Metal.”
Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research, Vol. 3 (2).

[Note: Freely available online.].

Haenfler, Ross2 and Hutcherson, Ben1.
“Musical Genre as a Gendered Process: Authenticity in Extreme Metal.”
Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 35: pages 101-121.

ISSN 0163-2396, ISBN 978-0-85724-3614.
doi 10.1108/S0163-2396(2010)0000035010

Harrison, L. (2010)
“Factory Music: How the Industrial Geography and Working-class Environment of Post-war Birmingham Fostered the Birth of Heavy Metal.”
Journal of Social History, Vol. 44 (1): pages 145-158.

Johansson, Ola. (2010)
“Beyond ABBA: the Globalization of Swedish Popular Music.”
Focus on Geography, Vol. 53 (4): pages 134-141.

doi: 10.1111/j.1949-8535.2010.00016.x

Monshouwer, Karin5 / Mulder, Juul1 / Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse 4 / Raaijmakers, Quinten A.W.3 / Ter Bogt, Tom F.M.2 and Vollebergh, Wilma A. M.6
“Is it the Music? Peer Substance Use as a Mediator of the Link between Music Preferences and Adolescent Substance Use.”
Journal of Adolescence, Vol. 33 (3): pages 387-394.

Mulder, Juul1 / Gabhainn, Saoirse Nic4 / Raaijmakers, Quinten A. W.3 / Sikkema, Paul5 and Ter Bogt, Tom F. M.2 (2010)
“From Death Metal to R&B: Consistency of Music Preferences Among Dutch Adolescents and Young Adults.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 38 (1): page 67-83.

doi: 10.1177/0305735609104349

Overell, Rosemary. (2010)
“Brutal Belonging in Melbourne's Grindcore Scene.”
Studies in Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 35: pages 79-99.

ISSN: 0163-2396, ISBN: 9780857243614.
doi: 10.1108/S0163-2396(2010)0000035009

Shoemaker, Deanna. (2010)
“Queer Punk Macha Femme: Leslie Mah's Musical Performance in Tribe 8.”
Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, Vol. 10 (4): pages 295-306.

ISSN: 1532-7086.
doi: 10.1177/1532708610365475

Torkelson, Jason. (2010)
“Life After (Straightedge) Subculture.”
Qualitative Sociology, Vol. 33 (3): pages 257-274.

ISSN: 0162-0436.
doi: 10.1007/s11133-010-9153-1

Trappe, Hans-Joachim. (2010)
“The Effects of Music on the Cardiovascular System and Cardiovascular Health.”
Heart, Vol. 98 (23): pages 1868-1871.

ISSN: 1355-6037.
doi: 10.1136/hrt.2010.209858

2011

Bez, Yasin2 / Ekinci, Özalp1 / Nurmedow, Serdar4 and Topçuoglu, Volkan3. (2011)
“Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Social Anxiety in Istanbul Heavy Metal Bar Patrons.”
Balkan Medical Journal, Vol. 28 (3): pages 307-312.

ISSN: 2146-3123
doi:10.5152/balkanmedj.2011.24

Brown, Andy R.2 / Kahn-Harris, Keith3 / and Spracklen, Karl1. (2011) (editors)
“Introduction: Metal Studies? Cultural Research in the Heavy Metal Scene.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 209-212.

doi:10.1080/14797585.2011.594578
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Brown, Andy R. (2011)
“Heavy Genealogy: Mapping the Currents, Contraflows and Conflicts of the Emergent Field of Metal Studies, 1978-2010.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 213-242.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594579
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Deeks, Mark2 / Lucas, Caroline1 and Spracklen, Karl3. (2011)
“Grim Up North: Northern England, Northern Europe and Black Metal.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 279-295.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594585

Driver, Christopher. (2011)
“Embodying Hardcore: Rethinking ‘Subcultural’ Authenticities.
Journal Of Youth Studies, Vol. 14 (8): pages 975-990.

ISSN: 1367-6261.
doi: 10.1080/13676261.2011.617733

Foster, Lisa. (2011)
“The Rhetoric of Heavy Metal Resistance: Musical Modalities in Iraqi Public Life.”
Middle East Journal of Culture & Communication, Vol. 4 (3): pages 320-338.

ISSN: 1873-9857.
doi: 10.1163/187398611X590183

Granholm, Kennet. (2011)
“’Sons of Northern Darkness’: Heathen Influences in Black Metal and Neofolk Music.”
Numen: International Review for the History Of Religions, Vol. 58 (4): pages 514-544.

ISSN: 0029-5973.
doi: 10.1163/156852711X577069

Hassan, Nedim. (2011)
Girls, Girls, Girls'? The Los Angeles Metal Scene and the Politics of Gender in Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years.”
Popular Music History, Vol. 5 (3): pages 243-263.
ISSN: 17407133
doi: 10.1558/pomh.v5i3.243

Hickam, Brian1 and Wallach, Jeremy2. (2011)
“Female Authority and Dominion: Discourse and Distinctions of Heavy Metal Scholarship.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 255-277.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594583
[Note: Tthis is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Hill, Rosemary Lucy. (2011)
“Is Emo Metal? Gendered Boundaries and New Horizons in the Metal Community.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 297-313.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594586
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Jousmaki, Henna. (2011)
“Epistemic, Interpersonal, and Moral Stances in the Construction of Us and Them in Christian Metal Lyrics.”
Journal of Multicultural Discourses, Vol. 6 (1): pages 53-66.

Kahn-Harris, Keith. (2011)
“Metal Studies: Intellectual Fragmentation or Organic Intellectualism?”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 251-253.

doi:10.1080/14797585.2011.594582
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Kennaway, James. (2011)
“Musical Hypnosis: Sound and Selfhood from Mesmerism to Brainwashing."
Social History of Medicine, [open access article].

doi: 10.1093/shm/hkr143
[Note:  As of April 2012, this item was listed on the publisher’s website as an “open access” article published online on 5 October 2011.

Khatib, Lina. (2011)
“Iraq: Between the Present and the Future.”
Middle East Journal of Culture & Communication, Vol. 4 (3): pages 253-255.

ISSN: 1873-9857.
doi: 10.1163/187398611X590156

Masciandaro, Nicola. (2011)
“Metal Studies and the Scission of the Word: A Personal Archaeology of Headbanging Exegesis.”
J
ournal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 247-250.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594581
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Mast, John F.1 and McAndrew, Francis T.2 (2011)
“Violent Lyrics in Heavy Metal Music Can Increase Aggression in Males.”
North American Journal of Psychology,Vol. 13 (1): pages 63-64.

ISSN: 1051-9815.

Mynett, Mark. (2011)
“Sound at Source: the Creative Practice of Re-heading, Dampening and Drum Tuning for the Contemporary Metal Genre.
Journal on the Art of Record Production, Issue 5.
[This issue contains the Proceedings of the 2010 Art of Record Production Conference. (Leeds Metropolitan University); Davis, Robert2 and Morey, Justin1 (editors)]

Precin Patricia. (2011)
“Occupation as Therapy for Trauma Recovery: a Case Study.”
Work, Vol. 38 (1): pages 77-81.

ISSN: 1875-9270.
doi: 10.3233/WOR-2011-1106

Regev, Motti (2011)
“Pop-Rock Music as Expressive Isomorphism: Blurring the National, the Exotic, and the Cosmopolitan in Popular Music.”
American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 55: pages 558-573.

doi: 10.1177/0002764211398079

Riches, Gabrielle. (2011)
“Embracing the Chaos: Mosh Pits, Extreme Metal Music and Liminality.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 315-332.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594588
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Rubin, Daniel Ian. (2011).
“Mindcrime and Doublethink: Using Music to Teach Dystopian Literature.”
English Journal, Vol. 101 (2): pages 74-79.

ISSN: 0013-8274

Seganti, Francesca Romana1 and Smahel, David2. (2011)
“Finding the Meaning of Emo in Youths' Online Social Networking: A Qualitative Study of Contemporary Italian Emo.”
First Monday: Peer-reviewed Journal on the Internet, Vol. 16 (7): [no pagination].

ISSN:1396-0466

Smith, Gabriel. (2011)
“White Mutants of Straight Edge: The Avant-Garde of Abstinence.”
Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 44 (3): pages 633-646.

ISSN: 0022-3840.
doi: 10.1111/j.1540-5931.2011.00852.x

Strong, Catherine. (2011)
“Grunge, Riot Grrrl and the Forgetting of Women in Popular Culture.”
J
ournal of Popular Culture, Vol. 44 (2): pages 398-416.

ISSN: 0022-3840
doi: 10.1111/j.1540-5931.2011.00839.x

Vasan, Sonia. (2011)
“The Price of Rebellion: Gender Boundaries in the Death Metal Scene.”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 333-349.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594587
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Weinstein, Deena. (2011)
“How Is Metal Studies Possible?”
Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 15 (3): pages 243-245.

doi: 10.1080/14797585.2011.594580
[Note: This is a special issue on heavy metal music and culture.]

Weston, Donna. (2011)
“Basque Pagan Metal: View to a Primordial Past.”
European Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 14 (1): pages 103-122.

2012

Bogt, Tom F.M. ter1 / Ferreira, Mafald4 / Gabhainn, Saoirse Nic2 / Godeau, E.6 / Hublet, Anne5 / Kuntsche, E.7 / Richter, Matthias8 / Simons-Morton, Bruce G.3 / the HBSC Risk Behavior and the HBSC Peer Culture Focus Groups9. (2012)
“Dance Is the New Metal: Adolescent Music Preferences and Substance Use Across Europe.”
Substance Use & Misuse, Vol. 47 (2): pages 130-142.

ISSN: 10826084.
doi: 10.3109/10826084.2012.637438

Císar, Ondrej1 and Koubek, Martin2. (2012)
“Include ‘em All?: Culture, Politics and a Local Hardcore/punk Scene in the Czech Republic.”
Poetics, Vol. 40 (1): pages 1-21.

ISSN: 0304-422X.
doi:10.1016/j.poetic.2011.12.002

Downes, Julia. (2012).
“The Expansion of Punk Rock: Riot Grrrl Challenges to Gender Power Relations in British Indie Music Subcultures.”
Women's Studies, Vol. 41(2): pages 204-237.

ISSN: 0049-7878.
doi:10.1080/00497878.2012.636572

Mace, Sandra T.1 / Hodges, Donald A.4 / Teachout, David J.3 and Wagoner, Cynthia L.2 (2012)
“Genre Identification of Very Brief Musical Excerpts.”
Psychology of Music, Vol. 40 (1): pages 112-128.

ISSN: 0305-7356.