Critical Perspectives Bibliography

Wikipedia contributors. (2021) The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. [Last update 20 January, 2021. Originally posted 21 September 2008] Available from: [Accessed 24 March 2021].

Hirst, D. and Burn, G. (2001) On the Way to Work. Faber and Faber. [Accessed 3 April, 2021].

Balasz Takac. (2019) Breaking Down the Concept Behind Damien Hirst’s Shark. Available from: [Accessed 27 March 2021].

Lynn Barber. (2003) Bleeding art | Saatchi Gallery. Available from: [Accessed 29 March 2021].

BBC News. (2015) How Jaws Misrepresented the Great White. Available from: [Accessed 5 April 2021].

Jeevoka Buzz. (2020) “Jaws” is Responsible for Killing a Colossal Amount of Sharks. Available from: [Accessed 6 April 2021].

Lucas Morgan. (2017) The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” is Frightening but Also Very Philosophical. Available from: [Accessed 2 April 2021].

Smarthistory. (2012) Damien Hirst, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living. YouTube. [Uploaded 2 September 2012] [Accessed 2 April 2021].

Rachel Rabbit White. (2019) EXCLUSIVE: The Damien Hirst Shark Finally Speaks. Available from: [Accessed 24 April 2021].

Beryl Francis. (2012) Before and After “Jaws”: Changing Representations of Shark Attacks. The Great Circle. 34 (2), pp. 44-61. Available from: [Accessed 14 April 2021].

Laura Allan (2020) “Jaws” Made us Believe Some Ludicrous Shark Myths – and it had Devastating Real-World Effects. Available from: [Accessed 18 April 2021].

Brianna Le Busque, Philip Roetman, Jillian Dorrian & Carla Litchfield. (2021) People’s Fear of Sharks: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences [online]. Available from: [Accessed 19 April 2021].

Stephen Reicher, Clifford Stott, Patrick Cronin & Otto Adang. (2004) An Integrated Approach to Crowd Psychology and Public Order Policing. Policing: An International Journal. [online]. Available from: [Accessed 24April 2021].

Richard Gray. (2019) The Real Reasons Why Sharks Attack Humans. Available from: [Accessed 29 April 2021].

Caroline Goldstein. (2017) How Many Animals Have Died for Damien Hirst’s Art to Live? We Counted. Available from: [Accessed 30 April 2021].

Independent. (2008) Art of Making Money: How Does a Dead Fish Sell for £163,12m and Who’s Writing all the Cheques? Available from: [Accessed 2 May 2021].

Zuzanna Stanska. (2021) The Story of Damien Hirst’s Famous Shark. Available from: [Accessed 5 May 2021].

Peter Simmons & Dr. Michael Mehmet. (2018) Public Frenzy: Public Accuse the Media of Deliberately Fuelling Shark Fear. Available from: [Accessed 8 May 2021]

TREY The Explainer. (2020) The Shark in Jaws Did Nothing Wrong – An Ecological Video Essay. YouTube. Available from: [Accessed 10 April 2021]

Vox. (2016) Why no Aquarium Has a Great White Shark. YouTube. Available from: [Accessed 10 April 2021]


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