David Lee
TitleCited byYear
Networks, cultural capital and creative labour in the British independent television industry
D Lee
Media, Culture & Society 33 (4), 549-565, 2011
1022011
Were New Labour’s cultural policies neo-liberal?
D Hesmondhalgh, M Nisbett, K Oakley, D Lee
International journal of cultural policy 21 (1), 97-114, 2015
902015
Enhanced cytotoxic effect of radiation and temozolomide in malignant glioma cells: targeting PI3K-AKT-mTOR signaling, HSP90 and histone deacetylases
EJ Choi, BJ Cho, DJ Lee, YH Hwang, SH Chun, HH Kim, IA Kim
BMC cancer 14 (1), 17, 2014
722014
Culture, economy and politics: The case of New Labour
D Hesmondhalgh, K Oakley, D Lee, M Nisbett
Springer, 2015
682015
‘The public gets what the public wants’? The uses and abuses of ‘public value’in contemporary British cultural policy
DJ Lee, K Oakley, R Naylor
International Journal of Cultural Policy 17 (3), 289-300, 2011
582011
Perillyl alcohol for the treatment of temozolomide-resistant gliomas
HY Cho, W Wang, N Jhaveri, S Torres, J Tseng, MN Leong, DJ Lee, ...
Molecular cancer therapeutics 11 (11), 2462-2472, 2012
562012
The ethics of insecurity: risk, individualization and value in British independent television production
D Lee
Television & New Media 13 (6), 480-497, 2012
392012
NEO212, temozolomide conjugated to perillyl alcohol, is a novel drug for effective treatment of a broad range of temozolomide-resistant gliomas
HY Cho, W Wang, N Jhaveri, DJ Lee, N Sharma, L Dubeau, AH Schönthal, ...
Molecular cancer therapeutics 13 (8), 2004-2017, 2014
352014
Framing the consumer: Copyright regulation and the public
L Edwards, B Klein, D Lee, G Moss, F Philip
Convergence 19 (1), 9-24, 2013
322013
Giving them what they want: the construction of the public in ‘public value’
K Oakley, R Naylor, D Lee
Media and Social Change,” conference organized by the ESRC Centre for …, 2006
302006
MicroRNA-203 modulates the radiation sensitivity of human malignant glioma cells
JH Chang, YH Hwang, DJ Lee, DH Kim, JM Park, HG Wu, IA Kim
International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 94 (2), 412-420, 2016
262016
Discourse, justification and critique: towards a legitimate digital copyright regime?
L Edwards, B Klein, D Lee, G Moss, F Philip
International Journal of Cultural Policy 21 (1), 60-77, 2015
232015
Advancing media production research: Shifting sites, methods, and politics
C Paterson, D Lee, A Saha, A Zoellner
Springer, 2016
172016
‘Isn’t it just a way to protect Walt Disney’s rights?’: Media user perspectives on copyright
L Edwards, B Klein, D Lee, G Moss, F Philip
New Media & Society 17 (5), 691-707, 2015
172015
Mapping cultural assets and evaluating significance: theory, methodology and practice
D Lee, A Gilmore
Cultural Trends 21 (1), 3-28, 2012
172012
Regional creative industries policy-making under New Labour
D Lee, D Hesmondhalgh, K Oakley, M Nisbett
Cultural Trends 23 (4), 217-231, 2014
152014
The national trust for talent? NESTA and New Labour’s cultural policy
K Oakley, D Hesmondhalgh, D Lee, M Nisbett
British Politics 9 (3), 297-317, 2014
152014
Creating growth: how the UK can develop world-class creative businesses
NESTA
http://www.nesta.org.uk/sites/default/files/creating_growth.pdf, 2006
152006
Creative networks and social capital
D Lee
Cultural work and higher education, 195-213, 2013
142013
Precarious creativity: Changing attitudes towards craft and creativity in the British independent television production sector
D Lee
Creative Industries Journal 4 (2), 155-170, 2012
142012
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