Bibliography

The resources listed here by categories were identified by the CAMRA Research Team. We hope they are useful to you.

A Bibliography of Classis Texts on Cartography:

  • Black, J. (1997) Maps and Politics, Reaktion Books, London.
  • Harley, J.B. (1989) "Deconstructing the Map", Cartographica, 26, 2: 1 - 20. Accesible online: here.
  • Harley, J.B. (2001) The New Nature of Maps: essays in the history of cartography, John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  • Harmon, K. (2004) You Are Here: ersonal geographies and other maps of the imagination, Princeton Architectural Press, New York.
  • Harmon, K. (2009) The Map as Art: contemporary artists explore cartography, Princeton Archtitectural Press, New York.
  • Pickles, J. (2004) A History of Spaces: cartographic reason, mapping and the geo-coded world, Routledge, London.
  • Piper, K. (2002) Cartographic Fictions: maps, race, and identity, Rutgers University Press, New Jersey.
  • Ryan, S. (1996) The Cartographic Eye: how explorers saw Australia, Cambridge Universoty Press, Melbourne.
  • Tuan, Y-F. (1975) "Images and mental maps", Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 65, 2: 205 - 212.
  • Wood, D. (1992) The Power of Maps, Guilford, New York.
  • Wood, D. & Fels, J. (2008) The Natures of Maps: cartographic constructions of the natural world, Chicago University Press, Chicago.

Bibliography of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Texts:

  • Brennan-Horley, C. & Gibson, C. (2009) "Where is creativity in the city? Intergrating qualitative and GIS methods", Environment and PLanning A, 41: 2595 - 2614.
  • Brennan-Horley, C. & Luckman, S. & Gibson, C. & Willoughby-Smith, J. (2010) "GIS, ethnography and cultural research: putting maps back into ethnographic mapping", The Information Society 26, 2: 92-103.
  • Brown, M. & Knipp, L. (2008) "Queering the map: the productive tensions of collidiing epistemologies", Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 98, 1: 40 - 58.
  • Crampton, J. (2009) "Cartography: performative, participatory, political", Progress in Human Geography, 33, 6: 840-848.
  • Gibson, C. & Brennan-Horley, C & Warren, A. [in press] "Geographic information system (GIS) for cultural research: cultural mapping and the prospects of colliding epistemologies", Cultural Trends.
  • Kwan, M-P. (2002) "Feminist visualisation: Re-envisioning GIS as a method in Feminist Geographic research", Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 92, 4: 645-661.
  • Miller, C. (2006) "A best in the field: the Google Maps mashup as GIS", Cartographica, 41: 1878-99.
  • Rose- Redwood, R.S. (2006) "Governmentality, geography, and the geo-coded world", Progress in Human Geography, 30, 4: 469-486.

Extended Bibliography:

  • Andersen, Lisa and Kate Oakley, eds. (2008). Making Meaning, Making Money: directions for the arts and cultural industries in The Creative Age. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
  • Argent, Neil. (2002). "From pillar to post? In search of the post-productivist countryside in Australia",Australian Geographer 33: 97-114.
  • Auckland City Council. (2002) Rethinking Auckland as a Creative City: Concepts, Opportunities and Practical Steps (Working Report). Auckland: Auckland City Council.
  • Banks, M., Lovatt, A., O'Connor J. and Raffo C. (2000) "Risk and trust in the cultural industries", Geoforum 31: 453-464.
  • Barnes, Trevor. ( 2005) "Culture: Economy", in Cloke, P. and R. Johnston, eds. Spaces of Geographical Thought: Deconstructing Human Geography's Binaries, London: Sage: 61-80.
  • Bassett, K., Griffiths, R., and Smith, I. (2002) "Cultural industries, cultural clusters and the city: the example of natural history film-making in Bristol", Geoforum 33: 165-177.
  • Beer, A., Maude, A.  and Pritchard, B. (2003) Developing Australia's regions: theory and practice, Sydney: UNSW Press.
  • Blair, H. (2003) "Winning and losing in flexible labour markets: the formation and operation of networks of interdependence in the UK film industry", Sociology 37, 4: 677-694.
  • Botterill, I. C. and Fisher, M., eds. (2003) Beyond drought: people, policies and perspectives, Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.
  • Cocklin, C. and Dibden, J., eds. (2005) Sustainability and Change in Rural Australia, Sydney: UNSW Press.
  • Coe, N.M. and Johns, J. (2004) "Beyond production clusters: towards a critical political economy of networks in the film and television industries", in Power, D. and Scott, A., eds. The Cultural Industries and the Production of Culture, London and New York: Routledge: 188-204.
  • Crewe, L. and Forster, Z. (1993) "Markets, design, and local agglomeration: the role of the small independent retailer in the workings of the fashion system", Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 11: 213-229.
  • Cunningham, Stuart. (2001) "From cultural to creative industries: theory, industry, and policy implications", in Mercer, C., ed, Convergence, Creative Industries and Civil Society: The New Cultural Policy, Zagreb: Culturelink/Institute for International Relations: 19-32.
  • Cunningham, S., Cutler, T., Hearn, G., Ryan, M. and Keane, M. (2004) "An Innovation Agenda for the Creative Industries: Where is the R&D?", Media International Australia (Incorporating Culture & Policy) 112: 174-185.
  • Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts and Australian National Office for the Information Economy. (2002) Creative Industries Cluster Study: Stage One Report, Available online: here. [cited 2 April 2007].
  • Du Gay, P. and Pryke, M., eds.( 2002) Cultural Economy, London: Sage.
  • Driver, S. and Gillespie, A. (1993) "Structural change in the cultural industries: British magazine publishing in the 1980s", Media, Culture and Society 15: 183-201.
  • Florida, R. (2002) The Rise of the Creative Class, New York: Basic Books.
  • Florida, R. (2004) Cities and the Creative Class, New York: Routledge.
  • Florida, R. (2005) The Flight of the Creative Class: The New Global Competition for Talent, New York: Harper Collins.
  • Foo, L.M. and Rossetto, E. (1998) Cultural Tourism in Australia, Canberra: Bureau of Tourism Research.
  • Gibson, C. (2002) "Rural transformation and cultural industries: popular music on the New South Wales Far North Coast." Australian Geographical Studies 40, 3: 336-356.
  • Gibson, C. and Brennan-Horley, C. (2006) "Goodbye pram city: beyond inner/outer zone binaries in creative city research", Urban Policy and Research 24, 4: 455-471.
  • Gibson, C. and Connell, J. (2004) "Cultural industry production in remote places: indigenous popular music in Australia," in Power, D. and Scott, A., eds. The Cultural Industries and The Production of Culture, London and New York: Routledge: 243-258.
  • Gibson, C. and Dufty, R. (2006) "Affordable housing for the arts? Local housing markets, affordability and creative city strategies," HousingWorks: Journal of the Australasian Housing Institute 4, 1: 25-29.
  • Gibson, C. and Klocker, N. (2004) "Academic publishing as 'creative' industry, and recent discourses of 'creative economies': some critical reflections", Area 36, 4: 423-434.
  • Gibson, C. and Kong, L. (2005) "Cultural economy: a critical review", Progress in Human Geography 29, 5: 541-561.
  • Gibson, C., Murphy, P. and Freestone, R. (2002) "Employment and socio-spatial relations in Australia's cultural economy", Australian Geographer 33, 2: 173-189.
  • Gibson, R., ed. (2003) Remembrance + The Moving Image, Melbourne: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2006) "The Rise of Digital Multimedia Systems," Cultural Studies Review 12, 1: 141-151.
  • Gibson, R.( 2006) "A Forest. A Clearing", IM Interactive Media e-journal 2, 2, Available online: here. [cited 26 April 2007].
  • Grabher, G. (2002) "Cool projects, boring institutions: temporary collaboration in social context", Regional Studies 36, 3: 205 -214.
  • Gray, I. and Lawrence, G., eds. (2001) Future for Regional Australia: Escaping Global Misfortune, Melbourne, Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C.M. (1998) Introduction to Tourism: Development, Dimensions and Issues, London: Longman.
  • Hamilton, C. 2003. Growth Fetish, Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  • Hamilton, C., and Denniss, R. (2005) Affluenza: When Too Much is Never Enough, Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  • Hesmondhalgh, D. (1998) "The British dance music industry: a case study of independent cultural production," British Journal of Sociology 49, 2: 234-251.
  • Hesmondhalgh, D. (2002) The Cultural Industries, London: Sage.
  • Hirsch, P.M. (1972) "Processing fads and fashions: an organization-set analysis of cultural industry systems", American Journal of Sociology 77: 639-59.
  • Holmes, J. (2006) "Impulses towards a multifunctional transition in rural Australia: gaps in the research agenda,"  Journal of Rural Studies 22: 142-160.
  • Hong Kong Trade Development Council (2002) Creative Industries in Hong Kong, Available online: here. [cited 7 April 2007.]  
  • Johnson, L. (2006) "Valuing the Arts: Theorising and Realising Cultural Capital in an Australian City", Geographical Research, 44:  296-309.
  • Kneafsey, M. (2001) "Rural cultural economy: tourism and social relations", Annals of Tourism Research 28: 762-783.
  • Kong, L., Gibson, C., Khoo, L. M. and Semple, A. L. (2006) "Knowledges of the creative economy: a geography of diffusion and adaptation in Asia", Asia Pacific Viewpoint 47, 2: 173-194.
  • Landry, C. and Bianchini, F. (1995) The Creative City. London: Demos.
  • Lockie, S. and Bourke, L., eds. (2001) Rurality Bites: The Social and Environmental Transformation of Rural Australia, Sydney: Pluto Press.
  • Martin, R. and Sunley, P. (2003) "Deconstructing clusters: chaotic concept of policy panacea", Journal of Economic Geography 3: 5-35.  
  • Newton, P.W. and Bell, M. (1996) "Mobility and change: Australia in the 1990s", in Newton, P.W. and Bell, M., eds. Population shift: mobility and change in Australia, Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service: 1-17.
  • Oakley, Kate. (2004) "Not So Cool Britannia: the role of the creative industries in economic development," International Journal of Cultural Studies 7, 1:  67 - 77.  
  • Peck, J. (2005) "Struggling with the creative class", International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29, 4:  740-770.
  • Power, D. and Jansson, J. (2004) "The emergence of a post-industrial music economy? Music and ICT synergies in Stockholm, Sweden", Geoforum 35, 4: 425-439.
  • Pratt, A.C. (1997) "The cultural industries production system: a case study of employment change in Britain, 1984-91", Environment and Planning A 29: 1953-1974.
  • Pritchard, W.M. and McManus, P., eds. (2005) Land of Discontent: the dynamics of change in rural and regional Australia, Sydney: UNSW Press.
  • Rogers, M. and Jones, D.R., eds. (2006) The Changing Nature of Australia's Country Towns, Ballarat: VURRN Press.
  • Roodhouse, S. and Taylor, C. (2000) Cultural Industries Key Data: The cultural industries in Yorkshire and the Humber, Leeds: Bretton Hall, University of Leeds.
  • Scott, A. J. (2000) The Cultural Economy of Cities. London: Sage.
  • Scott, A. J. (2004) "A perspective of economic geography.", Journal of Economic Geography 4: 479-499.
  • Scott, A. J. (2006) Creative cities: conceptual issues and policy questions. Journal of Urban Affairs 28, 1: 1-17.
  • Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry Economic Review Committee, Service Industries Subcommittee Workgroup. (2002) Creative Industries Development Strategy, Available online: here. [cited 12 March 2007.]
  • Walmsley, D.J. (2002) "The 'consumption society' and the changing nature of leisure", in Holland, P., Stephenson, G. and Wearing, A., eds. Geography: A Spatial Odyssey, Hamilton: New Zealand Geographical Society: 432-438.
  • Walmsley, D. J. (2003) "Rural tourism: a case of lifestyle-led opportunities", Australian Geographer 34: 61-72.
  • Walmsley, D. J. (2006) "Stagnation", in Huggett, R. J., Robinson, M. E. and Douglas, I., eds. Encyclopaedia of Geography, London: Routledge:  421-431.
  • Walmsley, D. J. and Weinand, H.C. (1997) "Is Australia becoming more unequal?", Australian Geographer 28: 69-88.
  • Walmsley, D. J., Argent, N., Rolley, F. and Tonts, M. (2006) "Inland Australia", paper presented at the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Symposium, Australians on the Move, Canberra, November 2006.
  • Yusuf, S. and Nabeshima, K. (2005) "Creative industries in East Asia", Cities 22, 2: 109-122.