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- International Fan Labor in Swedish Independent Music
- The Journal of Social Media in Society
- Tune In Log On Soaps Fandom And Online Community New Media Cultures
- Nancy Baym
International Fan Labor in Swedish Independent Music
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The Journal of Social Media in Society
Jeffrey A. Kate M. Social Media. International journal of communication 9 Feature , , University of Illinois at Chicago University Library ,
Nancy K. Boym, Tune In, Log On: Soaps, Fandom, and. Online Community (Thousand Oaks, London, New Delhi: Sage Publications, ), pp. ISBN 0
Tune In Log On Soaps Fandom And Online Community New Media Cultures
Soap fans, who started on a geographically local scale and built their communities through grassroots efforts, have found a variety of venues to connect with one another over the past several decades. This study looks at the pre-Internet development of these social networks to show how that trajectory relates to the current online community of soap opera fans. Although several scholars have studied soap opera fandom, few have taken an historical approach at understanding the trajectory of soap fandom, a view especially necessary in an era where online social networks are at the center of audience studies and where cornerstone U. To fill this gap, I argue that understanding fan networks today requires looking back to previous methods of fan networking. Soaps' longevity the youngest U.
This project expands root-metaphor analysis by examining the closure of a once popular social networking site, advancing critical interrogation of ownership vs. The closing exposed previously unseen power differentials between participants and Yahoo! Participants reacted by using the metaphor of war and violence to frame the actions of Yahoo! Adegoke, Y. News Corp has kicked off the process to explore the sale or spin-off of its troubled social entertainment site, Myspace. Arman, R.
Introduction Introduction Three Tales of One Community The Soap Opera and Its Audience TV for the Less Intelligent? Interpreting and Comparing Perspectives.
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