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Your Bibliography: Ball, S., 2012. Foucault, power, and education. 1st ed. New York: Taylor & Francis Group, p.7.
In-text: (Beatles, 1966)
Your Bibliography: Beatles, T., 1966. Good Day Sunshine. [Song] London: EMI.
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Your Bibliography: Duffett, M., 2013. Popular Music Fandom : Identities, Roles and Practices. London, New York: Taylor & Francis Group, pp.25, 431.
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Your Bibliography: Fairclough, N., 2003. Analysing Discourse : Textual Analysis for Social Research. 1st ed. London: Routledge, pp.3, 124.
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Your Bibliography: Feldman-Barrett, C., 2021. A Women's History of the Beatles. 1st ed. Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, pp.1, 17, 76, 101, 105, 170.
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Your Bibliography: Frith, S., 1998. Performing rites: On the Value of Popular Music. 1st ed. Harvard: Harvard University Press, p.95.
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Your Bibliography: Gibson, C. and Connell, J., 2005. Music and tourism. 1st ed. Clevedon: Channel View Publications, p.171.
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Your Bibliography: Inglis, I., 2000. The Beatles, popular music and society. London: Macmillan Press LTD, p.XVII, 35.
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Your Bibliography: Reynolds, S., 2011. Retromania: Pop Culture's Addiction to its Own Past. 1st ed. Faber and Faber, p.21.
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Your Bibliography: Runtagh, J., 2016. When John Lennon's 'Jesus' Controversy Turned Ugly. [online] Rolling Stone. Available at: <https://www.rollingstone.com/feature/when-john-lennons-more-popular-than-jesus-controversy-turned-ugly-106430/> [Accessed 10 December 2020].
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Your Bibliography: Shuker, R., 2016. Understanding popular music culture. 5th ed. London: Taylor & Francis Group, p.6.
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Your Bibliography: Wall, T., 2013. Studying popular music culture. 2nd ed. London: Sage, pp.1, 5, 23.
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