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A sense of Community : essays on the television series and its fandom

Author: Ann-Gee Lee
Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2014.
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"This collection of essays familiarize readers not only with particular characters and popular episodes, but behind-the-scenes aspects such as screenwriting and production techniques. The essayists explore narrative theme, hyperreality, masculinity, feminism, color blindness, pastiche, intertextuality, media consciousness, and how Community is influenced by other shows and films, and how fans have contributed to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sense of Community
(DLC) 2014011331
(OCoLC)869265489
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ann-Gee Lee
ISBN: 9781476615714 1476615713
OCLC Number: 879576128
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover --
Table of Contents --
Preface --
Introduction --
Part I: Taking Things Literarily --
Adventures in Time, Space and Community College: Narrative Structure and Thematic Depth (Mina Halling) --
Modern Heroism (Amanda Riter) --
Greendale Hyperreality (Nettie Brock) --
The Greendale Trickster: The Rise and Fall of Ben Chang (Ann-Gee Lee and Noah E. Schmidt) --
Part II: The Political Playground --
Inculcating Victorian Masculinities at "Loser College": Jeff Winger's Male Poses (Lindsy Lawrence) --
Feminist and Postfeminist Discourses: Reading the Britta Problem (Jessica Ford) --
Creating a Colorblind Community: Dean Pelton and the Greendale Human Beings (Melissa Vosen Callens) --
Parody as Civic Discourse in "Basic Lupine Urology": The Law and Order Episode (Jeremy W. Cook and Robin M. Murphy) --
Part III: Pop Culture Across the Curriculum --
My Dinner with Abed: Postmodernism, Pastiche and Metaxy in "Critical Film Studies" (Elizabeth Fleitz Kuechenmeister) --
"That's So Meta!" Allusions for the Media- Literate Audience in Community (and Beyond) (Bridget Julie Hanna) --
My Dinner with Andre/Our Dinner with Abed: Genre and the Audience (Sallie Maree Pritchard) --
Advanced Introduction to Liminality: Community on the Fringe (Lisa K. Perdigao) --
Part IV: Extracurricular Activities --
Community's Communities: Bringing the Fan to the (Study) Table (Joseph S. Walker) --
"Cool, Cool, Cool": New Media Rhetorics of Community (G. Bret Bowers) --
"Six seasons and a movie!": Community, Creative Processes and Being Meta (Laura Tansley) --
About the Contributors --
Index.
Responsibility: edited by Ann-Gee Lee.

Abstract:

"This collection of essays familiarize readers not only with particular characters and popular episodes, but behind-the-scenes aspects such as screenwriting and production techniques. The essayists explore narrative theme, hyperreality, masculinity, feminism, color blindness, pastiche, intertextuality, media consciousness, and how Community is influenced by other shows and films, and how fans have contributed to the show"--

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