Parution : Participations, vol. 15, Issue 2

Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, Volume 17, Issue 2, November 2020.

Contents

Editorial

Barker, Martin: ‘Editorial Introduction’

Articles

Beattie, Melissa: ‘”Like an American, but without a gun”?: Canadian national identity and the Kids in the Hall

Fox, Mark: ‘Drive-in theatres and audience rules of conduct, before and during the COVID-19 pandemic’

Funnell, Lisa & Tyler Johnson: ‘Properties of a lady: Public perceptions of women in the James Bond franchise’

Hanchard, Matthew, Peter Merrington & Bridgette Wessels: ‘Being part of an audience: Patterns of contemporary film audience experience’

Harrington, C. Lee: ‘Canine possibilities: Discourses of dog fandom’ 

Themed Section: Fandom and Comics

Einwächter, Sophie G., Vanessa Ossa, Véronique Sina & Sven Stollfuß: ‘On the intersection of fan studies and comics studies: Contextualization and introduction’

Hills, Matt: ‘Transmedia trajectories and “figures of the fan audience” in Comics Studies and Fan Studies: Arrested development … or transmedial developments’

Andersen, Tem Frank & Thessa Jensen: ‘Tintin and the adventure of transformative and critical fandom’

Lamerichs, Nicolle: ‘Scrolling, swiping, selling: Understanding Webtoons and the data-driven participatory culture around comics’

Hart, Danielle: ‘”A War for a Better Tomorrow”: Ms. Marvel fanworks as protest art’

Brinker, Felix: ‘Reader mobilization and the courting of fannish consumption practices in 1970s Marvel superhero comic books’

Hülsmann, Katharina: ‘Navigating the spreadability of the Japanese fan comic: Protective practices in the Dōjinshicommunity’

Thelen, Timo: ‘Transnational comic tourism and fan capital: Japanese Attack on Titan fans traveling to Germany’

Themed Section: ‘Politics goes pop’

Williamson, Milly: ‘Introduction: Feminism, celebrity and the question of agency in neoliberal times’

Klien-Thomas, Hanna: ‘#LeaveSheAlone: Feminist hashtag activism and Carnival popular culture in the Caribbean’

Paule, Michele & Hannah Yelin: ‘”There are so many things that you could change”: The gendered politics of hope and aspiration in girls’ mediated imaginings of leadership’

Limatius, Hanna: ‘”I think she’s truly beautiful”: Celebrity, gender and body positivity in plus-size fashion blogs’


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Anaïs Goudmand (7 décembre 2020). Parution : Participations, vol. 15, Issue 2. LPCM. Consulté le 15 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/r283


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