A weekly list of new/recent fan studies research that’s just been added to the Fan Studies Bibliography. Works are divided into things that are open access (=immediately readable for anyone) and not open access (=behind a paywall or not yet public).

This week we discovered there’s a pretty vast amount of fan studies research in Brazilian Portuguese, which is awesome. Expect more of that in the future.

If we missed anything or made a mistake, submit a correction and we’ll fix it in next week’s edition. Happy reading!

Open access:

Araujo, Gabriel Masarro de, and Wesley Pereira Grijo. 2017. “Melodrama e Fanfictions: Reconfigurações Temáticas.” Accessed July 18. http://portalintercom.org.br/anais/sul2017/resumos/R55-0871-1.pdf

Billings, Andrew, Rob Moseley, Lisa Weidman, and Travis McGuire. 2017. The Digital Sports Fan. http://digitalcommons.linfield.edu/place_lectures/38

Kao, Hsien-Te, Carissa Tang, and Anita Jain. 2017. “Gender Dichotomy in Horror Characters,” May. http://scholarworks.calstate.edu/handle/10211.3/191872

Reis, Fabíola do Socorro Figueiredo dos. 2017. “Ficção e traduções de fãs na internet: um estudo sobre reescrita, colaboração e compartilhamento de fanfictions.” PhD dissertation. http://repositorio.ufpa.br:8080/jspui/handle/2011/8818

Rocha, Anderson Nunes, and Suzana dos Santos Gomes. 2017. “Fanfictions, juventude e multiletramentos.” Anais do Congresso Nacional Universidade, EAD e Software Livre 1 (8). http://www.periodicos.letras.ufmg.br/index.php/ueadsl/article/view/12225

Not open access:

Carrington, André M. 2016. “Dreaming in Color: Racial Revisions in Fan Fiction.” In Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science Fiction. University of Minnesota Press. https://muse.jhu.edu/book/44988

Condry, Ian. 2017. “"Hatsune Miku: Virtual Idol, Media Platform, and Crowd-Sourced Celebrity.” In Introducing Japanese Popular Culture, 1 edition. Routledge.

Freedman, Alisa, and Toby Slade, eds. 2017. Introducing Japanese Popular Culture. 1 edition. Routledge.

Galbraith, Patrick. 2017a. “AKB Business: Idols and Affective Economies in Contemporary Japan.” In Introducing Japanese Popular Culture, 1 edition. Routledge.

———. 2017b. “Akihabara: Promoting and Policing ‘Otaku’ in ‘Cool Japan.” In Introducing Japanese Popular Culture, 1 edition. Routledge.

Lee, Hyunji. 2017. “A ‘Real’ Fantasy: Hybridity, Korean Drama, and Pop Cosmopolitans.” Media, Culture & Society, July, 0163443717718926. doi:10.1177/0163443717718926

Park, Sung-bae Roger. 2017. “Assessing the Influence of Fan Attitude and Expenditures on Future Propensity to Spend on Sport Products and Service in Korea.” International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences (IJASS) 29 (1): 31–41. http://www.papersearch.net/view/detail.asp?detail_key=1m202486

New fan studies research – July 18th, 2017
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