Author: "McMahon, James"

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Number of items: 12.

Is the Power of Mass Culture Profitable?
McMahon, James. (2017). Presentation at the Third Speaker Series on the Capitalist Mode of Power, Department of Politics, York University, Toronto. 1 November. (Lecture / Presentation; English).

Third Speaker Series on the Capitalist Mode of Power
Fix, Blair and Cochrane, DT and McMahon, James. (2017). Department of Politics. York University. October. (Other; English).

Blockbuster Cinema: Hollywood’s Obsession with Low Risk
McMahon, James. (2015). Presentation at York University. 3 November. (Lecture / Presentation; English).

From Power Over Creation to the Power of Creation: Cornelius Castoriadis on Democratic Cultural Creation and the Case of Hollywood
Holman, Christopher and McMahon, James. (2015). Topia. No. 33, Spring. pp. 157-181. (Article - Journal; English).

Risk and Capitalist Power: Conceptual Tools for Studying the Political Economy of Hollywood
McMahon, James. (2015). The Political Economy of Communication. Vol. 3. No. 2. pp. 28-54. (Article - Journal; English).

What Makes Hollywood Run? Capitalist Power, Risk and the Control of Social Creativity
McMahon, James. (2015). Unpublished PhD Dissertation. Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought. York University. November. (Thesis; English).

I’ve Seen this Movie a Thousand Times: Risk and the Hollywood Film Business -- Video and Chartbook
McMahon, James. (2013). 13 November. (Lecture / Presentation; English).

The Rise of a Confident Hollywood: Risk and the Capitalization of Cinema
McMahon, James. (2013). Social and Political Thought. York University. February. pp. 1-18. (Article - Working Paper; English).

Speaker Series on the Capitalist Mode of Power -- Programme and Videos
Nitzan, Jonathan and Brennan, Jordan and McMahon, James and Cochrane, DT. (2013). The Forum on Capital as Power, the Department of Political Science and the Graduate Programme in Social and Political Thought. York University. (Other; English).

The Rise of a Confident Hollywood: Risk and the Capitalization of Cinema
McMahon, James. (2013). Review of Capital as Power. Vol. 1. No. 1. pp. 23-40. (Article - Journal; English).

"Capitalizing Power: The Qualities and Quantities of Accumulation": Conference Programme and Videos
Cochrane, DT and Hynes, David and McMahon, James and Nitzan, Jonathan and Singh, Morgan. (2012). (Other; English).

Call for Papers: "Capitalizing Power: The Qualities and Quantities of Accumulation"
Cochrane, DT and Hynes, David and McMahon, James and Nitzan, Jonathan and Singh, Morgan. (2011). (Other; English).

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