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What is fan fiction?

What is fan fiction? | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Who owns art and culture? Does it belong to the artist? The legal property owner? Or the society that loves and appreciates it? Traditionally, old art is considered public, and new art is copyright...
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What Is Fanfiction?

What Is Fanfiction? | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Fanfiction is fiction written by fans of a particular TV series, movie, or book. Though fanfiction is technically a violation of...
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Fandemonium: Super Fans and Building Communities

Fandemonium: Super Fans and Building Communities | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Fandom—the mental, digital, and physical space for fans to enjoy the heck out of a piece of pop culture—gets a bad rap sometimes. But the truth is, diehard Trekkers (never Trekkies, please), Potter...
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Stranger than fiction: Fan identity in cosplay | Lamerichs | Transformative Works and Cultures

Stranger than fiction: Fan identity in cosplay | Lamerichs | Transformative Works and Cultures | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Stranger than fiction: Fan identity in cosplay
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The pros and cons of being anonymous online

The pros and cons of being anonymous online | social media & identity | Scoop.it
What are the benefits of posting anonymously and is it as scary as we think?
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Fandom 101: Pleasures of Fandom (AKA – What do fans do for fun?) | Fandom In The Academy

Fandom 101: Pleasures of Fandom (AKA – What do fans do for fun?) | Fandom In The Academy | social media & identity | Scoop.it
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Modern Media Consumption (I) - Fandom, Obsession and Community

The concept of fandom (as opposed to simply liking something) is a difficult one to grasp for someone not familiar with it; genre fiction expert Damien Walter claimed that it is a kind of transcend...
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Friends with Benefits - wallpaper

Friends with Benefits - wallpaper | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Sinopse: Samatha Jones it's a young app designer. David Barkley it's a dancer in a night club. They are best friends, and during a vacation in Las Vegas they get marriage.
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www.theory.org.uk Resources: Manic Street Preachers fans and identity

www.theory.org.uk Resources: Manic Street Preachers fans and identity | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Information on Theodor Adorno prepared by David Gauntlett, Professor of Media and Communications at University of Westminster.
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"Cultural acupuncture": Fan activism and the Harry Potter Alliance | Jenkins | Transformative Works and Cultures

"Cultural acupuncture": Fan activism and the Harry Potter Alliance | Jenkins | Transformative Works and Cultures | social media & identity | Scoop.it
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Henry Jenkins, Convergence Culture

Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures. A journal of new media/networked art and criticism.
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The Fan-Fiction Roots of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and Other Best Sellers

The Fan-Fiction Roots of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and Other Best Sellers | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Fan-fiction writers have hordes of dedicated readers online. After years in the shadows, they're starting to break into the mainstream.
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The Fan-Fiction Roots of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and Other Best Sellers

The Fan-Fiction Roots of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and Other Best Sellers | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Fan-fiction writers have hordes of dedicated readers online. After years in the shadows, they're starting to break into the mainstream.
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Modern Media Consumption (I) - Fandom, Obsession and Community

The concept of fandom (as opposed to simply liking something) is a difficult one to grasp for someone not familiar with it; genre fiction expert Damien Walter claimed that it is a kind of transcend...
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Anonymity and Online Community: Identity Matters

Anonymity and Online Community: Identity Matters | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Most community managers want to offer a comfortable level of anonymity without spending too much time battling hooligans who aren't invested in the community. John Grohol offers advice on striking the right balance.
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Taking fandom out of the box

Taking fandom out of the box | social media & identity | Scoop.it
For the past two years I taught a course on Fandom and Geek Culture in the Film and Digital Media department at UC Santa Cruz.  You can check out the syllabus above, but generally the class was des...
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Fandom as a social activity - Fans and Fandom - film, movie, cinema

Academy Awards®, Acting, Action and Adventure Films, Adaptation, Africa South of the Sahara, African American Cinema, Agents and Agencies, Animal Actors, Animation, Arab Cinema, etc…
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How Do We Explain Fandom? | gnovis

How Do We Explain Fandom? | gnovis | social media & identity | Scoop.it
Georgetown University's peer-reviewed Journal of Communication, Culture & Technology (CCT)
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TV fandom and fan culture

Hi all,

I hope this is the right board to post on - apologies if it's not! A series on fandom and fan culture has just launched over at the Quite Irregular blog, and I thought it might be the sort of thing to interest you.
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Online Communities: Design, Theory and Practice

Computer Mediated Communication: The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
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