Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Methods, University of Sheffield
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A new model of social class? Findings from the BBC’s Great British Class Survey experiment
M Savage, F Devine, N Cunningham, M Taylor, Y Li, J Hjellbrekke, ...
Sociology 47 (2), 219-250, 2013
On social class, anno 2014
M Savage, F Devine, N Cunningham, S Friedman, D Laurison, A Miles, ...
Sociology 49 (6), 1011-1030, 2015
Nonparticipation or different styles of participation? Alternative interpretations from Taking Part
M Taylor
Cultural Trends 25 (3), 169-181, 2016
‘Culture is a meritocracy’: Why creative workers’ attitudes may reinforce social inequality
M Taylor, D O’Brien
Sociological Research Online 22 (4), 27-47, 2017
Panic! Social class, taste and inequalities in the creative industries
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Retrieved May 17, 2018, 2018
Cultural engagement and the economic performance of the cultural and creative industries: An occupational critique
P Campbell, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Sociology 53 (2), 347-367, 2019
Bowling even more alone: Trends towards individual participation in sport
S Harris, G Nichols, M Taylor
European sport management quarterly 17 (3), 290-311, 2017
The hidden dimensions of the musical field and the potential of the new social data
D Beer, M Taylor
Sociological Research Online 18 (2), 11-21, 2013
Subjective well-being in cultural advocacy: A politics of research between the market and the academy
S Oman, M Taylor
Journal of Cultural Economy 11 (3), 225-243, 2018
The coming crisis of cultural engagement? Measurement, methods, and the nuances of niche activities
L Hanquinet, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Cultural Trends 28 (2-3), 198-219, 2019
Who watches the watchmen? Evaluating evaluations of El Sistema
G Baker, A Bull, M Taylor
British Journal of Music Education, 1-15, 2018
There was no golden age: social mobility into cultural and creative occupations
O Brook, D O'Brien, M Taylor
SocArXiv, 2018
The values of culture? Social closure in the political identities, policy preferences, and social attitudes of cultural and creative workers
S McAndrew, D O’Brien, M Taylor
The Sociological Review 68 (1), 33-54, 2020
“There’s No Way That You Get Paid to Do the Arts”: Unpaid Labour Across the Cultural and Creative Life Course
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Sociological Research Online, 1360780419895291, 2020
Inequality talk: How discourses by senior men reinforce exclusions from creative occupations
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 1367549419886020, 2018
Taking Part: the next five years (2016) by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
M Taylor
Cultural Trends 25 (4), 291-294, 2016
Culture is bad for you: Inequality in the cultural and creative industries
O Brook, D O'Brien, M Taylor
Manchester University Press, 2020
The creative economy, the creative class and cultural intermediation
O Brook, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Cultural intermediaries connecting communities: Revisiting approaches to …, 2019
Connecting epistemologies and the early career researcher
H Graham, K Hill, P Matthews, D O’Brien, M Taylor
Research Impact and the Early Career Researcher: Lived Experiences, New …, 2019
Data for free: How to estimate the association of non-focal subjects using a focal window
T Sambrook, M Taylor
Behaviour 137 (9), 1257-1270, 2000
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