A Companion to Media Fandom and Fan Studies / edited by Paul Booth
- [Place of publication not identified] : John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2018.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Booth, Paul, 1981-
- Wiley Blackwell companions to cultural studies
- Intro; Title Page; Table of Contents; Notes on Contributors; Editor Biography; Contributor Biographies; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Structure of the Book; References; Part I: Histories, Genealogies, Methodologies; Chapter 1: Fandom, Negotiation, and Participatory Culture; Negotiated Readings; Interpretive Communities, Subcultures, and Imaginative Publics; Fandom as Participatory Culture; References; Chapter 2: Foundational Discourses of Fandom; Mental Intoxication; Peopling the Self; Managing the Multitude; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Literature Fandom and Literary Fans, Fandom in Literary ScholarshipThe Birth of US Media Fandom: An Alternate History; Literary Fandom in The Saturday Review of Literature; Literary Fan Studies: Moving Forward; References; Chapter 4: The Fan Experience; Founding Fandom: Hugo Gernsback and the Science Fiction League; Media Fandom and Fan Advocacy; Fans and Technology: Medium and Message; Fans and Producers: Beyond Gift Culture; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Soap Fans, Revisited; Fanâ#x80;#x90;Industry Relations; Fanâ#x80;#x90;Object Specificity; Identities, Practices, and Communities; Conclusion; References, Chapter 6: Not My Lifeblood: Autoethnography, Affective Fluctuations and Popular Music AntifandomAutoethnographyâ#x80;#x90;asâ#x80;#x90;Method and Studying Life Fandoms; Accounting for Affective Fluctuations; Lifeblood as Antifandom Object; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Representations of Fans and Fandom in the British Newspaper Media; Fans and Media Representation; Methodology; January 2000; January 2005; January 2010; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: Ethics in Fan Studies Research; Institutional and Organizational Parameters; Establishing Your Research: Common Ethical Considerations, The Fan Researcher and the Fan CommunityPublic, Private, and Bounded Research Contexts; Research in Controversial and Complicated Contexts; Care of the Self; Conclusion; Appendix; References; Part II: Fan Practices; Chapter 9: Make Space for Us! Fandomin the Real World; Community and Identity at Fan Conventions; Convention Space as Liminal Space; Cosplay/Performance; Fan Tourism and Pilgrimage; Liminality; Performance; Encountering the Sacred; Conclusion; References; Chapter 10: Nostalgia, Fandom and the Remediation of Childrenâ#x80;#x99;s Culture; Nostalgia in Popular Culture; LEGO and LEGO Fandom, and From Springfield to Hill Valley, via Oz: Playing with Nostalgia in LEGO DimensionsConclusion; References; Chapter 11: Fan Fashion: Reâ#x80;#x90;enacting Hunger Games through Clothing and Design; Theorizing Embodiment and Fashion in Fandom; The Hunger Games; Methodology; Districts and Resistance in The Hunger Games Streetwear; Glamorizing the Capitol through Makeâ#x80;#x90;up; Reâ#x80;#x90;enacting The Hunger Games in Cosplay and Replicas; Couture; Conclusion; References; Chapter 12: Slash/Drag: Appropriation and Visibility in the Age of Hamilton; â#x80;#x9C;Weâ#x80;#x99;re Not Gay; We Just Love Each Otherâ#x80;#x9D;
- 9781119237174 (electronic bk.), 1119237173 (electronic bk.), 9781119237211 (electronic bk.), 1119237211 (electronic bk.), 9781119237167, and 9781119237235
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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