Montag, 29. November 2010

Neu (oder: wieder) entdeckte Sekundärliteratur

  • Christine Scodari: "Resistance re-examined: Gender, fan practices, and science fiction television". In: Popular Communication 1 (2003) 2, S. 111-130
  • Falzone, P. J.: "The final frontier is queer: Aberrancy, archetype and audience generated folklore in K/S slashfiction". In: Western Folklore 64 (2005) 3, S. 243-261
  • E. Cabell Hankinson Gathman: "'So he saved my life and then he kicked me in the nuts': Maintaining non-hierarchical relationships through masculine rivalry in slash fan fiction". Vortrag bei der Wiscon 2005 (.doc)
  • Margaret Mackey / Jill Kedersha McClay: "Pirates and poachers: Fan fiction and the conventions of reading and writing". In: English in Education 42 (2008) 2, S. 131-147
  • Milly Williamson: The Lure of the Vampire: Gender, Fiction and Fandom from Bram Stoker to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. London: Wallflower Press 2005
  • Saxey, E.: "Staking a Claim: The Series and its Slash Fiction". In: R. Kaveny (Hrsg.): Reading the Vampire Slayer: The Unofficial Critical Companion to Buffy and Angel. London: I.B. Tauris 2002, S. 187-210
  • Scodari, Christine ; Felder, Jenna: "Creating a pocket universe: 'Shippers,' fan fiction, and the X-Files online". In: Communication Studies 51 (2000) 3, S. 238-257
  • Bronwen Thomas: "Canons and Fanons: Literary Fanfiction Online", 2007, online
  • Amber Davisson, Paul Booth: "Reconceptualizing Communication and Agency in Fan Activity: A Proposal for a Projected Interactivity Model for Fan Studies". In: Texas Speech Communication Journal 32 (2007) 1, S. 33-43
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