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Emília Barna
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“The perfect guide in a crowded musical landscape:” Online music platforms and curatorship
E Barna
First Monday, 2017
282017
Dinamikus hatalom. Kulturális termelés és politika Magyarországon 2010 után
E Barna, M Madár, K Nagy, M Szarvas
Fordulat 26, 225-251, 2019
112019
A rendszerváltozás utáni magyar feminista mozgalom globális, történeti perspektívából
E Barna, G Csányi, Á Gagyi, T Gerőcs
Replika, 241-262, 2018
112018
Online and offline rock music networks: A case study on Liverpool, 2007-2009
RE Barna
University of Liverpool, 2011
112011
A translocal music room of one’s own: Female musicians within the Budapest lo-fi music scene
E Barna
Made in Hungary, 59-70, 2017
10*2017
Made in Hungary: Studies in popular music
E Barna, T Tófalvy
Taylor & Francis, 2017
9*2017
East-Central European feminist activism in the context of uneven development in the European Union, and ways to move forward
E Barna, G Csányi, Á Gagyi, T Gerőcs
The Future of the European Union–Feminist Perspectives from East-Central …, 2017
72017
“There are places I’ll remember…”: A Sense of Past and Locality in the Songs of the Beatles and the Kinks
E Barna
Accès: http://iipc. utu. fi/overground/. Consulté le 31, 10-12, 2010
6*2010
Popular music, technology, and the changing media ecosystem: From cassettes to stream
T Tofalvy, E Barna
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
52020
Változás és kontinuitás egy budapesti underground zenei világban a műfaj-esztétika, ízlés, technológia és alkotómunka viszonyrendszerén keresztül
E Barna
Társadalmi Nemek Tudománya Interdiszciplináris eFolyóirat 7 (1), 1-21, 2017
52017
The Scene as Online and Offline Music Network: A Case Study on Contemporary Liverpool Indie Rock Bands
E Barna
Cultural Cyborgs: Life at the Interface, 105-116, 2011
5*2011
Curators as Taste Entrepreneurs in the Digital Music Industries
E Barna
Popular Music in the Post-digital Age: Politics, Economy, Culture and …, 2018
42018
“We are of one blood”: Hungarian popular music, nationalism and the trajectory of the song “Nélküled” through radicalization, folklorization and consecration
E Barna, Á Patakfalvi-Czirják
Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe 30 (2), 217-235, 2022
32022
Bedroom production
E Barna, G Stahl, J Mark Percival
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music, Space and Place, 191-204, 2022
32022
Researching popular music and the rise of populism in Europe
M Dunkel, M Schiller, A Schwenck, K Kärki
IASPM XX Proceedings, 31-4, 2021
32021
A hálószoba, a stúdió és a közösségi média találkozása
RE Barna
INFORMÁCIÓS TÁRSADALOM: TÁRSADALOMTUDOMÁNYI FOLYÓIRAT 14 (4), 30-45, 2014
32014
Musical identity and social change: Articulating the national and the translocal in Hungary’s indie music scene
E Barna
United Academics Journal of Social Sciences 7, 72-86, 2014
32014
Articulating the (Inter) National Through Aesthetic Choices: Towards an Understanding of the Hungarian Indie Scene 2000–2010 in a Translocal Context
E Barna
EastBound 2012 1, 2012
32012
Transformation of the “Made in…” label: countries as brands and the hidden global relations of production
E Barna, E Dobos-Nagy
The Routledge Companion to Fashion Studies, 223-231, 2021
22021
Managing the Eastern European position in the digital era: music industry showcase events and popular music export in Hungary
E Barna
Eastern European Music Industries and Policies after the Fall of Communism …, 2021
22021
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