Fankultur

Fankultur Fankultur er typisk forbundet med kendte personer, musik, film, tv-serier, sport, computerspil, brands og litteratur. Nogle fankulturer er globalt kendte, for eksempel LEGO-fans, Harry Potter-fans, Star Wars-fans, Sherlock-fans, Beliebers (Justin Bieber-fans), Little Monsters (Lady Gaga-fans), World of Warcraft-fans, Manga-fans eller Manchester United-fans. Fankultur, der ofte benævnes med det engelske ord “fandom”, kommer til udtryk […]

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Supplerende læsning

Duffett 2013, Gray, Sandvoss & Harrington 2007, Hellekson & Busse 2006

Reference

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Gray, Jonathan (2010). Show Sold Separately: Promos, Spoilers, and Other Media Paratexts. New York: New York University Press

Gray, Jonathan; Sandvoss, Cornel & Harrington, Lee (red.) (2007). Fandom: Identities and communities in a mediated world. New York: New York University Press

Hellekson, Karen & Busse, Kristina (red.) (2006). Fan fiction and fan communities in the age of the Internet: New essays. London: McFarland

Hills, Matt (2002). Fan Cultures. London: Routledge

Jenkins, Henry (1992). Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory
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Jenkins, Henry (2006). Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide.
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Jenson, Joli (1992). “Fandom as pathology: The consequences of characterization.” I: Lewis, Lisa A. (red.). The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media. London: Routledge, s. 9-29

Scott, Suzanne (2013). “Who’s Steering the Mothership? The Role of the Fanboy Auteur in Transmedia Storytelling.” I: Delwiche, Aaron & Henderson, Jennifer Jacobs (red.). The Participartory Cultures Handbook. New York: Routledge, s. 43-52

Tulloch, John & Jenkins, Henry (1995). Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek. London: Routledge