Moss 2007 Wcm Architecture And Development Best Practices In A Team Based Environment
Banking 2.0 - How Financial Institutions Can Leverage Social Media to Win in a Digital Consumer World
Development of a nutrient database and distributions for use in a probabilistic risk benefit analysis of human seafood consumption
Brief Report: Examining the Link Between Autistic Traits and Compulsive Internet Use in a Non-Clinical Sample
TTIX Keynote - Teaching In A Digital World
Fair Use in Multimedia: Digital Age Copyright
Three Simple Methods To advertise and Sell Your Home In A Difficult Marketplace
Using remote sensing to predict grape phenolics and colour at harvest in a Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard : Timing observations against vine phenology and optimising image resolution
Alone in the Crowd : The Structure and Spread of Loneliness in a Large Social Network
Paranoid Thoughts and Thought Control Strategies in a Nonclinical Population
Henry Jenkins at Authors@Google (video)
Henry Jenkins“s pioneering work in the early 1990s promoted the idea that fans are among the most active, creative, critically engaged, and socially connected consumers of popular culture and that they represent the vanguard of a new relationship with mass media. Though marginal and largely invisible to the general public at the time, today, media producers and advertisers, not to mention researchers and fans, take for granted the idea that the success of a media franchise depends on fan investments and participation.
Bringing together the highlights of a decade and a half of groundbreaking research into the cultural life of media consumers, Fans, Bloggers, and Gamers takes readers from Jenkins's progressive early work defending fan culture against those who would marginalize or stigmatize it, through to his more recent work, combating moral panic and defending Goths and gamers in the wake of the Columbine shootings. Starting with an interview on the current state of fan studies, this volume maps the core theoretical and methodological issues in Fan Studies. It goes on to chart the growth of participatory culture on the web, take up blogging as perhaps the most powerful illustration of how consumer participation impacts mainstream media, and debate the public policy implications surrounding participation and intellectual property.
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