Pauwke Berkers
Pauwke Berkers
Professor Sociology of Popular Music
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Gender Inequality in Metal Music Production
P Berkers, J Schaap
Emerald Group Publishing, 2018
Grunting alone? Online gender inequality in extreme metal music
J Schaap, P Berkers
IASPM Journal 4 (1), 101-116, 2014
Rock and roll or rock and fall? Gendered framing of the rock and roll lifestyles of Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty in British broadsheets
P Berkers, M Eeckelaer
Journal of Gender Studies 23 (1), 3-17, 2014
Rock Against Gender Roles: Performing Femininities and Doing Feminism Among Women Punk Performers in the Netherlands, 1976–1982
P Berkers
Journal of Popular Music Studies 24 (2), 155-175, 2012
Globalization and Ethnic Diversity in Western Newspaper Coverage of Literary Authors: Comparing Developments in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States, 1955 to …
P Berkers, S Janssen, M Verboord
American Behavioral Scientist 55 (5), 624-641, 2011
Ethnic boundaries in national literary histories: Classification of ethnic minority fiction authors in American, Dutch and German anthologies and literary history books, 1978-2006
P Berkers
Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts 37 …, 2009
“These Critics (Still) Don’t Write Enough about Women Artists” Gender Inequality in the Newspaper Coverage of Arts and Culture in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the …
P Berkers, M Verboord, F Weij
Gender & Society 30 (3), 515-539, 2016
“Mental Health” as defined by Twitter: Frames, emotions, stigma
A Pavlova, P Berkers
Health Communication 37 (5), 637-647, 2022
Mental health discourse and social media: Which mechanisms of cultural power drive discourse on Twitter
A Pavlova, P Berkers
Social Science & Medicine 263, 113250, 2020
Assimilation into the literary mainstream? The classification of ethnic minority authors in newspaper reviews in the United States, the Netherlands and Germany
P Berkers, S Janssen, M Verboord
Cultural sociology 8 (1), 25-44, 2014
The working life of musicians: mapping the work activities and values of early-career pop musicians in the Dutch music industry
R Everts, E Hitters, P Berkers
Creative Industries Journal 15 (1), 97-117, 2022
“Maybe it’s… skin colour?” How race-ethnicity and gender function in consumers’ formation of classification styles of cultural content
J Schaap, P Berkers
Consumption Markets & Culture 23 (6), 599-615, 2020
The politics of musical activism: Western YouTube reception of Pussy Riot’s punk performances
F Weij, P Berkers
Convergence 25 (2), 287-306, 2019
Visualizing climate change: an exploratory study of the effectiveness of artistic information visualizations
U Hahn, P Berkers
World Art 11 (1), 95-119, 2021
Culture, Heritage, Art: Navigating Authenticities in Contemporary Hungarian Folk Singing
Z Nagy-Sándor, P Berkers
Cultural Sociology 12 (3), 400-417, 2018
youTube as a virtual springboard: circumventing gender dynamics in offline and online metal music careers
P Berkers, J Schaap
Metal Music Studies 1 (3), 303-318, 2015
“You’re Not Supposed to Be into Rock Music”: Authenticity Maneuvering in a White Configuration
J Schaap, P Berkers
Sociology of race and ethnicity 6 (3), 416-430, 2020
Engineering a place for women: Gendered experiences of the music technology classroom
E Hopkins, P Berkers
Towards gender equality in the music industry: Education, practice and …, 2019
Gendered scrobbling: Listening behaviour of young adults on Last. fm
P Berkers
Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture 2 (3), 279-296, 2012
Classification into the literary mainstream? Ethnic boundaries in the literary fields of the United States, the Netherlands and Germany, 1955-2005
P Berkers
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