Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture
Routledge, 2. sep. 2003 - 256 sider
An ethnographic study of communities of media fans, their interpretative strategies, its social institutions and cultural practices. Jenkins focuses on fans of popular TV programmes, including Star Trek and The Professionals.
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Fans Poachers Nomads
2 How Texts become Real
3 Fan Critics
Gender Genre Beauty and the Beast
Fan ReadersFan Writers
Slash and the FanWriting Community
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