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Author: Henry Jenkins
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, ©2006.
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Henry Jenkins's pioneering work in the early 1990s promoted the idea that fans are among the most active and socially connected consumers of popular culture. This volume maps the core theoretical and methodological issues in Fan Studies, and also charts the growth of participatory culture on the web. Henry Jenkins's pioneering work in the early 1990s promoted the idea that fans are among the most active, creative,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Jenkins, Henry, 1958-
Fans, bloggers, and gamers.
New York : New York University Press, ©2006
(DLC) 2006008890
(OCoLC)65187292
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Jenkins
OCLC Number: 191934620
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 279 pages)
Contents: Excerpts from "Matt Hills interviews Harry Jenkins" --
Star trek rerun, reread, rewritten: fan writing as textual poaching --
"Normal female interest in men bonking": selections from the Terra nostra underground and Strange bedfellows / Shoshanna Green, Cynthia Jenkins --
"Out of the closet and into the universe": queers and Star trek / John Campbell --
"Do you enjoy making the rest of us feel stupid?": alt.tv.twinpeaks, the trickster author, and viewer mastery --
Interactive audiences? the "collective intelligence" of media fans --
Pop cosmopolitanism: mapping cultural flows in an age of media convergence --
Love online --
Blog this! --
A safety net --
Professor Jenkins goes to Washington --
Coming up next! ambushed on Donahue --
The war between effects and meanings: rethinking the video game violence debate --
The Chinese Columbine: how one tragedy ignited the Chinese government's simmering fears of youth culture and the internet --
"The monsters next door": a father-son dialogue about Buffy, moral panic, and generational differences / Henry G. Jenkins IV.
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Henry Jenkins's pioneering work in the early 1990s promoted the idea that fans are among the most active and socially connected consumers of popular culture. This volume maps the core theoretical and  Read more...

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"Jenkins is one of us: a geek, a fan, a popcult packrat. He's also an incisive and unflinching critic. His affection for the subject and sharp eye for 'what it all means' are an unbeatable Read more...

 
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