[Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25] E–pub ↠ Rhiannon Bury

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Free read Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Rhiannon Bury Rhiannon Bury õ 8 Download Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25 Download Á 108 O female internet communities Members are fans of the American television series The X Files and the Canadian series Due South Forging links between media cultural and internet studies this book examines negotiations of gender class sexuality and n. I enjoyed the in depth analysis of two communities for this book It suffered a bit from being somewhat dated it was published in 2006 but only mentions blogging and Livejournal at the very end As someone who wrote her PhD dissertation on fandom on USENET I empathize greatly and the insights into fannish behavior still hold uite true especially in discussions about politeness versus constructive criticism

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Free read Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Rhiannon Bury Rhiannon Bury õ 8 Download Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25 Download Á 108 Ationality in making meaning out of a television show producing fiction based on television characters creating and maintaining online communal relations and organizing cyberspace in a way that marks it out as alternative to that which surrounds it. Excellent study of two women s fan communities on Usenet in the mid 90 s Terrific insights and observations outstanding deployment of theory My only gripe is that this was a 2005 book about 1996 research in 1998 it would have blown the roof off the academy while by 2005 it was merely a very good book

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Free read Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Rhiannon Bury Rhiannon Bury õ 8 Download Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25 Download Á 108 Cyberspaces of Their Own interrogates the social and spatial relations of the rapidly expanding virtual terrain of media fandom For the first time issues of identity community and space are brought together in this in depth ethnographic study of tw. I should have researched this before I bought it Terribly disappointing beginning Takes a very narrow section of fandom and then analyses it to pieces with highbrow bullshit Keeps reinforcing that the women who are fans are university educated and thereforeit reads like a dissertation rather than something an actual fan who was there in the fandom from 1995 on many many lists but not the Estrogen Brigade So much could have been done with this and wasn t It reads like a tract I never heard of any of the women interviewed it skimmed over things I wanted information on and went on forever on crap that bored the bejesus out of me Narrow focus did a disservice to female fandom in cyberspace from my point of view Too busy trying to legitimize something that didn t need legitimizing Of course it was really about the ACTORS and not the characters Focus was David Duchcovny Estrogen Brigade which right off the bat says we are following the actor and not the characterthe character is interesting but incidental and isn t he gorgeous My fandom was Mulder not Duchovny so this was really a mistaken purchase on my part I am so disappointed and I had so looked forward to this book I shall go back and read Textual Poachers and Enterprising Women to wash the taste of this mess out of my mind Due South was never one of my fandoms but in discussing it and slash the book actually mentioned the past and paper circuit but did NOT link paper circuits to the appropriate fandomsWTF History of fandom skimmed over like it was less than important It got better as it got on but the hard slog of the beginning almost made me toss it As I read on Chapter 2 got better but overall I wished for bettersomething Chapter 3 took me back to list culture with grammar mavens policing everyone s emails and criticizing their fan fiction and just constantly bitching as if the fact that they were educated and knew the language gave them the right to lord it over everyone else My ability was eual to theirs in every respect but they ruined fandom for me The book continued to go up and down in my estimation but never uite satisfied


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    [Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25] E–pub ↠ Rhiannon Bury I should have researched this before I bought it Terribly disappointing beginning Takes a very narrow section of fandom and then analyses it to pieces with highbrow bullshit Keeps reinforcing that the women who are fans are university educated and thereforeit reads like a dissertation rather than something an actual fan who was there in the fandom from 1995 on many many lists but not the Estrogen Brigade So muc

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    [Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25] E–pub ↠ Rhiannon Bury I enjoyed the in depth analysis of two communities for this book It suffered a bit from being somewhat dated it was published in 2006 but only mentions blogging and Livejournal at the very end As someone who wrot

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    [Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25] E–pub ↠ Rhiannon Bury Excellent study of two women's fan communities on Usenet in the mid 90's Terrific insights and observations outstanding deployment of theory My only gripe is that this was a 2005 book about 1996 research in 1998 it would have blown the roof off the academy while by 2005 it was merely a very good book

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    [Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25] E–pub ↠ Rhiannon Bury Rhiannon Bury õ 8 Download My life DDEB and Due South slash? Jesus I am a stereotype Not that there's anything wrong with that

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  • Paperback
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  • Cyberspaces Of Their Own Female Fandoms Online Digital Formations V 25
  • Rhiannon Bury
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 9780820471181