Productive Fandom

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To dismantle negative stereotypes of fans, this book offers a media ethnography of the digital culture, conventions, and urban spaces associated with fandoms, arguing that fandom is an area of productive, creative, and subversive value. By examining the fandoms of Sherlock, Glee, Firefly, and other popular  franchises, the author appeals to fans and scholars alike in her empirically grounded methodology and insightful analysis of production hierarchies, gender, sexuality, play, and affect.

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Full title: Productive Fandom: Intermediality and Affective Reception in Fan Cultures
Publishing date: 2018
ISBN: ISBN9789089649386
DOI: 10.5117/9789089649386
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Open-access: Oapen.org
Funding: NWO Cultural Dynamics & Open-Access
Official site: Click here
Questions & samples: Mail to n.a.lamerichs@gmail.com

 

 

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