Theorizing Fandom

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Cheryl Harris, Alison Alexander
Hampton Press, Incorporated, 1998 - 257 pages
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Developing a theoretical perspective on the phenomenon of fandom, this work examines the role of fandom in contemporary Western society. It focuses on issues such as social class, power, and gender as themes to build an understanding of theories of fandom.

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A collection of scholarly papers on a subject familiar mostly to the geeks among us -- fandom, in particular fandom for science fiction and fantasy shows (although not restricted to that). Interesting ... Consulter l'avis complet

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FANDOM AND THE SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE
9
A Sociology of Television Fandom
41
Retail Coupon and Product Refund Fans
71
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Cheryl D. Harris, Ph.D., is a former professor at University of South
Carolina, California State University, and the New School University, and
currently Chief Research Officer, Decisive Analytics, LLC. She received
her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, in 1992.

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