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Wade, Michael. "Johnny Rebel and the Cajun Roots of Right-Wing Rock." 30.4 (2007): 493-512.

Waksman, Steve. "Black Sound, Black Body: Jimi Hendrix, the Electric Guitar, and the Meanings of Blackness." 23.1 (1999): 75-114.

Walker, James R. "The Context of MTV: Adolescent Entertainment Media Use and Music Television." 11.3 (1987): 1-10.

Walker, Michael W. "Backward Messages in Commercially Available Recordings." 10.1 (1985): 2-14.

-----. "How to Produce Forward/Backward Recordings (Without Supernatural Guidance)." 11.2 (1987): 1-4.

Walser, Robert. "Prince as Queer Poststructuralist." 18.2 (1994): 79-90.

Wanzenried, Jan, and Robert Henley Wood. "Country and Western Song Lyrics: Intentional and Extensional Orientations." 5.1 (1977): 89-92.

-----. "Personality Factors and Preference for Rock and Country Lyrics." 6.4 (1979): 302-06.

Ward, Brian. "'The "C" Is for Christ': Arthur Unger, Datebook Magazine, and the Beatles." 35.4 (2012): 541-560.

Warner, Keith Q. "Calypso, Reggae, and Rastafraianism: Authentic Caribbean Voices." 12.1 (1988): 53-62.

Warwick, Jacqueline. "'Make Way for the Indian': Bhangra Music and South Asian Presence in Toronto." 24.2 (2000): 25-44.

-----. "'You Can't Win, Child, But You Can't Get Out of the Game': Michael Jackson's Transition from Child Star to Superstar." 35.2 (2012): 241-260.

Watson, Richard A.R. "The ProXemiotics of Fame and Totemic Violence: Projective Sociology Extrapolates a (Hopefully Mistaken) Trend in Pop Music." 21.3 (1997): 137-152.

Webster, Emma. "'One More Tune!' The Encore Ritual in Live Music Events." 35.1 (2012): 93-112.

Weinstein, Deena. "Rock: Youth and Its Music." 9.3 (1983): 2-16.

-----. "Relations in the Kinks--Familiar But Not Fully Familial." 29.2 (2006): 167-188.

-----. "All Singers Are Dicks." 27.3 (2004): 323-334.

Weisethaunet, Hans, and Ulf Lindberg."Authenticity Revisited: The Rock Critic and the Changing Real." 33.4 (2010): 465-486.

Weissman, Dick. "Some Thoughts on the Columbine Shootings." 23.3 (1999): 29-30.

Wells, Alan. "Women in Popular Music Changing Fortunes from 1955-1984." 10.4 (1986): 73-86.

-----. "The British Invasion of American Popular Music: What Is It and Who Pays?" 11.2 (1987): 65-78.

-----. "Images of Popular Music Artists: Do Male and Female Audiences Have Different Views?" 12.3 (1988): 1-18.

-----. "Women on the Pop Charts: A Comparison of Britain and the United States, 1960-88." 15.1 (1991): 25-32.

-----. "Nationality, Race, and Gender on the American Pop Charts: What Happened in the '90s?" 25.1-2 (2001): 221-232.

Wells, Alan, and Hiroshi Tokinoya. "The Genre Preferences of Western Popular Music by Japanese Adolescents." 22.1 (1998): 41-54.

Wells, John. "Bent Out of Shape from Society's Pliers: A Sociological Study of the Grotesque in the Songs of Bob Dylan." 6.1 (1978): 39-44.

Wells, John D. "Me and the Devil Blues: A Study of Robert Johnson and the Music of the Rolling Stones." 9.3 (1983): 17-24.

-----. "Music Television Video and the Capacity to Experience Life." 9.4 (1984): 1-6.

Wells, John D., and James K. Skipper, Jr. "The Songs of Summer: A Sociological Study of Songs about Baseball and the Play Element in Culture." 12.1 (1988): 25-36.

West, Alan, and Colin Martindale. "Creative Trends in the Content of Beatles Lyrics." 20.4 (1996): 103-26.

Westmoreland, Kalene. "'Bitch' and Lilith Fair: Resisting Anger, Celebrating Contradictions." 25.1-2 (2001): 205-220.

Wicks, Sammie Ann. "America's Popular Music Traditions as 'Canon-Fodder'." 22.1 (1998): 55-90.

Wickström, David-Emil and Yngvar B. Steinholt."Visions of the (Holy) Motherland in Contemporary Russian Popular Music: Nostalgia, Patriotism, Religion, and Russkii Rok." 32.3 (2009): 313-330.

Wiener, Jon. "Pop and Avant-Garde: The Case of John and Yoko." 22.1 (1998): 1-16.

Wikström, Patrik and Robert Burnett."Same Songs, Different Wrapping: The Rise of the Compilation Album." 32.4 (2009): 507-522.

Williams, Rebecca. "'Anyone who Calls Muse a Twilight Band will be Shot on Sight': Music, Distinction, and the 'Interloping Fan' in the Twilight Franchise." 36.3 (2013): 327-342.

Williams, Gilbert A. "The Black Disc Jockey as a Cultural Hero." 10.3 (1986): 79-90.

Wilson, Janelle L., and Gerald E. Markle. "Justify My Ideology: Madonna and Traditional Values." 16.2 (1992): 75-84.

Wolfe, Arnold S. "Rock on Cable: On MTV: Music Television, the First Video Music Channel." 9.1 (1983): 41-50.

Wolfe, Arnold S., and Margaret Haefner. "Taste Cultures, Culture Classes, Affective Alliance, and Popular Music Reception: Theory, Methodology, and an Application to a Beatles Song." 20.4 (1996): 127-56.

Wolfe, Charles K. "Where the Blues Is At: A Survey of Recent Research." 1.3 (1972): 152-66.

Woll, Allen L. "From 'Blues in the Night' to 'Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive': Film Music Goes to War, 1939-1945." 4.2 (1975): 66-76.

Wong, Chuen-Fung. "Singing Muqam in Uyghur Pop: Minority Modernity and Popular Music in China." 36.1 (2013): 98-118.

Woodworth, Griffin Mead. "Hackers, Users, and Suits: Napster and Representations of Identity." 27.2 (June 2004): 161-184.