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2005, 'The Lord of the Rings and ‘Identification’: A Critical Encounter
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Barker, MJ 2004, 'News, Reviews, Clues, Interviews and Other Ancillary Materials: A Critique and Research Proposal' Scope : an Online Journal of Film Studies.
Barker, M 2004, Violence Redux. in SJ Schneider (ed.), New Hollywood Violence. Manchester University Press, pp. 57-79.
Barker, M 2003, 'Assessing the ‘Quality’ in Qualitative Research The Case of Text–Audience Relations' European Journal of Communication, vol 18, no. 3, pp. 315-335.
Barker, MJ & Austin, T 2003, Contemporary Hollywood Stardom. Taylor & Francis.
2003, 'Crash, theatre audiences, and the idea of ‘liveness’
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Barker, MJ 2002, The Newson Report: A case study in "common-sense". in W Brooker & D Jermyn (eds), The Audience Studies Reader. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 74-90.
Barker, M 2002, 'Kicked into the Gutters: or, 'My Dad doesn't read comics, he studies them'' International Journal of Comic Art, pp. 64-77.
Barker, MJ 2001, Reflections on "The Problems with Racism". in P Essed & DT Goldberg (eds), Race Critical Theories: Text and Context. Wiley, Oxford, pp. 471-480.
Barker, MJ & Petley, J 2001, Ill Effects: The Media-Violence Debate. Communication and Society, 2 edn, Taylor & Francis.
Barker, MJ & Petley, J 2001, Introduction: From bad research to good – a guide to the perplexed. in M Barker & J Petley (eds), Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate. 2 edn, Communication and Society, Taylor & Francis, Lonodn, pp. 1-26.
Barker, MJ 2001, On the problems of being a "trendy travesty". in M Barker & J Petley (eds), Ill Effects: The Media/Violence Debate. 2 edn, Taylor & Francis, Lonodn, pp. 202-224.
Harindranath, R, Barker, M & Arthurs, J 2001, The Crash Controversy: Censorship Campaigns and Film Reception. Wallflower Press.
Barker, MJ & Austin, T 2000, 'Reply to Brereton’s review of From Antz To Titanic' Film Philosophy, vol 4, no. 27.
Barker, MJ & Austin, T 2000, From Antz To Titanic: Reinventing Film Analysis. Pluto Press.
Barker, MJ & Brooks, K 1999, Bleak futures by proxy. in R Maltby & M Stokes (eds), Identifying Hollywood’s Audiences: Cultural Identity and the Movies. BFI Publishing, London, pp. 162-174.
Barker, MJ 1999, Getting a conviction: Or, how the British horror comics campaign only just succeeded. in JA Lent (ed.), Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
Barker, MJ 1999, Fredric Wertham: The sad case of the unhappy humanist. in JA Lent (ed.), Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
Barker, M, Egan, K, Philips, T & Ralph, S 2015, Alien Audiences: Remembering and Evaluating a Classic Movie. 1 edn, Springer Nature, Basingstoke.
Barker, M 2009, 'Changing lives, challenging concepts: Some findings and lessons from the Lord of the Rings project' International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol 12, no. 4, pp. 375.
Barker, M 2008, Lord of The Rings database user guide. Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University.
Barker, M 2008, Report for the British Board of Film Classification on viewers of the Lord of the Rings, aged under 16. British Board of Film Classification.
Barker, M 2008, 'The Pleasures of Watching an 'Off-beat' Film: the Case of Being John Malkovich' Scope : an Online Journal of Film Studies, vol 11.
Barker, MJ 2008, 'The Pleasures of Watching an “Off-beat” Film: The Case of Being John Malkovich' Scope : an Online Journal of Film Studies.
Mathijs, E & Barker, M 2008, Watching the Lord of the Rings. Peter Lang.
Barker, M 2008, Analysing Discourse. in Research Methods for Cultural Studies. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 150-172.
Egan, K & Barker, MJ 2007, The Books, the DVDs, the Extras and Their Lovers. in M Barker & E Mathijs (eds), Watching The Lord of the Rings: Tolkien's World Audiences . Media and Culture, Peter Lang, New York, pp. 83-102.
Sexton, J, Mathijs, E, Egan, K, Hunter, R, Selfe, M & Barker, M 2007, Audiences and Receptions of Sexual Violence in Contemporary Cinema. British Board of Film Classification.
Mathijs, E & Barker, M 2007, 'Seeing The Promised Land From Afar: The Perception of New Zealand by Overseas The Lord of the Rings Audiences. in How We Became Middle-earth: A Collection of Essays on The Lord of the Rings. Walking Tree Publishers, pp. 10-28.
Barker, MJ 2006, Making Middle-earth Sound Real: The Cultural Politics of the BBC Radio Edition. in E Mathijs (ed.), The Lord of the Rings: Popular Culture in Global Context. Columbia University Press, London, pp. 61-70.
Barker, M 2006, 'Envisaging ‘Visualisation’: Some challenges from the international Lord of the Rings audience project' Film Philosophy, vol 10, no. 3, pp. 1-25.
Egan, K & Barker, M 2006, 'Rings around the World: Notes on the Challenges, Problems & Possibilities of International Audience Projects' Participations, vol 3, no. 2.
Barker, MJ 2006, On being a 1960s Tolkien reader. in E Mathijs & M Pomerance (eds), From Hobbits to Hollywood: Essays on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings. Contemporary Cinema, Brill, Amsterdam, pp. 81-100.
Barker, MJ, Egan, K & Mathijs, E 2006, 'De mondiale receptie van The Lord of the Rings: Een methodologische uitdaging' Tijdschrift voor Communiatiewetenschap, vol 34, no. 1, pp. 7-27.
2006, 'Menstrual Monsters: The reception of the Ginger Snaps cult horror franchise
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Barker, M 2006, A very American fable: the making of a Mohicans adaptation. in RB Palmer (ed.), Nineteenth-Century American Fiction on Screen. Cambridge University Press, pp. 9-28.
2006, 'I have seen the Future and it is not here yet...: Or, on being Ambitious for Audience Research
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Barker, MJ 2006, I have seen the future and it is not here yet ...: Or, on being ambitious for audience research. in I Charpentier (ed.), Comment sont Recųes les Oeuvres?. Éditions Créaphis, Paris, pp. 27-42.
Barker, MJ, Beezer, A & Grimshaw, J 1983, Methods for cultural studies students. in D Punter (ed.), Introduction to Contemporary Cultural Studies. Longman.
Barker, MJ & Beezer, A 1983, 'Scarman and the language of racism' International Socialism, vol 18, pp. 108-125.
Barker, MJ 1982, Biology and ideology: The uses of reductionism. in S Rose (ed.), Against Biological Determinism. Allison & Busby, pp. 9-29.
Barker, MJ 1981, The New Racism: Conservatives and the Ideology of the Tribe. Junction Books.
Barker, MJ 1981, Human biology and the possibility of socialism. in J Mepham & D-H Ruben (eds), Issues in Marxist Philosophy. vol. 4, Harvester Press, pp. 43-82.
1980, 'Kant as a problem for Weber
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Barker, MJ 1998, Audiences R Us. in R Dickinson, O Linné & R Harindranath (eds), Approaches to Audiences. Taylor & Francis.
Barker, MJ & Brooks, K 1998, On looking into Bourdieu’s black box. in R Dickinson, O Linné & R Harindranath (eds), Approaches to Audiences. Foundations in Media, Taylor & Francis, pp. 218-232.
Barker, MJ & Brooks, K 1998, Knowing Audiences: Judge Dredd, its Friends, Fans and Foes. John Libbey Publishing.
Barker, MJ 1998, 'Film audience research: Making a virtue out of necessity' IRIS, vol 26, pp. 131-148.
Barker, MJ 1997, Taking the extreme case: Understanding a fascist fan of Judge Dredd. in D Cartmell, H Kaye, I Hunter & I Whelehan (eds), Trash Aesthetics: Popular Culture and its Audience. Pluto Press, pp. 14-30.
Barker, MJ & Petley, J 1997, Ill Effects: The Media-Violence Debate. 1 edn, Taylor & Francis.
Barker, MJ & Sabin, R 1996, The Lasting of the Mohicans: History of an American Myth. Studies in Popular Culture, University Press of Mississippi.
Barker, MJ 1995, 'Violence' Sight and Sound, pp. 10-14.
Barker, MJ 1995, Drawing attention to the image: Computers and comics. in M Lister (ed.), The Photographic Image in Digital Culture. Comedia, Taylor & Francis, pp. 188-213.
Barker, MJ 1995, Very nearly in front of the children: The story of Alternity. in C Bazalgette & D Buckingham (eds), In Front Of The Children: Screen Entertainment and Young Audiences. BFI Publishing, pp. 201-216.
Barker, MJ 1993, On seeing how far you can see: The fans of "Judge Dredd". in D Buckingham (ed.), Reading Audiences: Young People and the Media. Manchester University Press, pp. 159-183.
Barker, MJ & Beezer, A 1992, Reading into Cultural Studies. Taylor & Francis.
Barker, MJ 1992, Lost directions?: Cultural studies and the turn to ethnography. in B Musgrove & R Snow-McLean (eds), Signifying Others: Selected Papers from the Second Cultural Studies Association of Australia Conference. University of Southern Queensland Press, pp. 1-6.
Barker, MJ 1990, Action - The Story of a Violent Comic. Titan Books.
Barker, MJ 1989, Comics: Ideology, Power and the Critics. Cultural Politics, Manchester University Press.
1988, 'News bias and the miners' strike: the debate continues ...: TV and the miners' strike
' Media, Culture and Society
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Barker, MJ 1987, 'Mass media studies and the question of ideology' Radical Philosophy, vol 46, pp. 27-33.
Barker, MJ 1984, A Haunt of Fears: The Strange History of the British Horror Comics Campaign. Pluto Press.
Barker, MJ 1984, The Video Nasties: Freedom and Censorship in the Arts. Pluto Press.
Barker, MJ 1983, 'Empiricism and racism' Radical Philosophy, vol 33, pp. 6-15.