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McKee, Alan (1999) Accentuate the 'Negative': Reality and Race in Australian Film Reviewing. Australian Studies in Journalism, 8: 139-157. 885 3295
McKee, A. (2001). A Cultural Policy Argument for Federal Government Subsidies for the Production of Gay Pornographic Videos in Australia. In: K. Atkinson and J. Finnerty, Q21C: Queer in the Twenty First Century: the Body -- Queer & Politic. Q21C: Queer in the Twenty First Century: the Body -- Queer & Politic, Powerhouse Museum, Brisbane, (119-138). 7 July, 2001. 55  
McKee, A. (2002) An Interview with Russell T. Davies. Continuum, 16 2: 235-244. 81  
McKee, A. Australian Television: A Genealogy of Great Moments. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2001. 104  
McKee, A. (2001) 'Consciousness' in (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 31  
McKee, A. (2004) Does size matter?. Cultural Studies Review, 10 2: 168-182. 59  
McKee, A. (2002) Double Standards in Cultural Judgement. Austrailan Screen Education, 28 46-49. 46  
Petelin, R. M., Turner, G., McKee, A., Pearson, M. S., Zorn, T., Greenfield, C. and Weiss, E. (2002) Editing and Publishing Symposium: Taking Submission Seriously. Australian Journal of Communication, 29 2: 103-107. 392 11
McKee, A. (2002) Fandom in T. Miller (eds.) Television Studies. London: British Film Institute Publishing 131  
McKee, A. (2001) Fetishism in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 84  
McKee, A. (2004). How to tell the difference between production and consumption: A case study in Doctor Who fandom. In S. Gwenllian-Jones and R. E. Pearson (Ed.), Cult Television (pp. 167-185) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 501  
McKee, A. (2002) I don't want to be a Citizen if it means I have to watch the ABC. Media International Australia, 103 May: 14-23. 62  
McKee, Alan (2000) Images of gay men in the media and the development of self esteem. Australian Journal of Communication, 27 2: 81-98. 69   Cited 15 times in Scopus15
McKee, A. (2001) Interpreting interpretation. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 15 1: 9-14. 62  
McKee, A. (2004) Is Doctor Who political?. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 2: 201-217. 67  
Bonner, F. J., McKay, S. and McKee, A. (2001) On the beach. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 15 3: 269-274. 51  
McKee, A. (2003) Popular Theory. Continuum, 17 2: 207-213. 38  
McKee, A. (2001) Pornography in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 87  
McKee, A. (2004). Pornography and sexuality online: Implications for internet censorship policy. In G. Goggin (Ed.), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia (pp. 102-115) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press Ltd. 236  
McKee, A. (2000). Prime time drama: 77 Sunset Strip Sea Change. In Graeme Turner and Stuart Cunningham (Ed.), The Australian TV book (pp. 142-154) St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 64  
McKee, A. (2002) Public Intellectuals: an Introduction to Continuum's new series. Continuum, 16 2: 221-224. 46  
McKee, A. (2001) 'Queer Theory' in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 96  
McKee, A. (2001) 'Race' in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 43  
McKee, A. (2002) REview: Gay Fandom and Crossover Fandom, Michael de Angelis. M/C, Words November: . 73  
McKee, A. (2001) Sexuality in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 41  
McKee, A. (2001) Stereotypes in Roberta Pearson and Philip Simpson (eds.) Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory. 1st London: Routledge 108  
McKee, A. (2002). Textual Analysis. In S. Cunningham and G. Turner (Ed.), Media & Communications in Australia (pp. 52-71) St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 118  
McKee, A. Textual Analysis: A Beginner's Guide. London: Sage Publications, 2003. 63  
Sexton, G. and McKee, A. (2001) The Place of Media in Community Formation for Homeless Youth: a Case Study in Gibber Magazine. The Australian Journal of Communication, 28 2: 63-76. 66  
McKee, A. The Public Sphere: An Introduction. UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 56  
McKee, A. (2002) Understanding Pornography in Australia. Eros Journal, 2 3: 1-21. 502  
McKee, A. (2004) Views on happiness in the television series Ally Mcbeal: The philosophy of David E Kelley. Journal of Happiness Studies, 5 4: 385-411. 45  
McKee, A. (2002) What Cultural Studies needs is more Theory. Continuum, 16 3: 311-317. 38  
McKee, A. (2003). What is Television For?. In M. Jancovich and J. Lyons (Ed.), Quality Popular Television (pp. 181-198) London, England: British Film Institute Publishing. 133  
McKee, A. (2004). Who gets to be an intellectual?. In D. Carter (Ed.), The Ideas Market (pp. 97-114) Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. 37