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The work of marketing companies Loving James (Surviving Elite High, forree rather illuminatingWith thanks to the publisher and Netgalley Bedford Square (Charlotte Thomas Pitt, for the ARC This book was too academic in its approachor my tastes and I ended up not I See Rude People finishing this one I wouldn t say that the book was bad as the subject matter was interesting enoughor me to pick it up but I ultimately couldn t get into it Exploiting Fandom does appear to be well researched and I think #That It Could Be Appealing To The #it could be appealing to the audience This is a clear case of it s not you book it s me For this is a well written academic approach on how as the title suggests media industry exploits HVAC Design Sourcebook fans on various levels The authorocuses not only but mainly on sports and speculative ictionThe theme tone and Structure Is Purely Academic The First Chapters is purely academic The irst chapters in great detail with the author s approach work and general line of argumentation Fandom itself is described in detail or rather what the media industry wantsregards as The Far Dawn (The Atlanteans, fans male white hetereosexual being mostly inavour Marginalisation of groups that don t Ormen i Essex fit in this scheme is a huge and important themeThe middle part describes of howans are exploited Be it their lack of rights vs the everchanging and all consuming TOS of the media industry or the industry s expectation of Bare It All (Love Undercover, fans working paying living and whatnotor their showfilmteam without getting any serious recognition only and stricter TOS It s an unfair unbalanced system and it was these parts that got me thinking The Bare It All (Love Undercover, final chapter draws a conclusion as to be expectedThe writing is okay ish I had difficulties approaching it in a way that kept meocussed and sadly the text itself threw me out again and again An Elusive Victorian for the author barely uses anyootnotes but credits her sources within the text giving names and publication dates in brackets right after every uote direct or indirect mid sentence or not Which interrupted my A Bird in the House flow again and again and didn t help matters at allTl dr This just wasn t the kind of book I thought it would be I thought it would be accessible with down to earth examples especiallyrom ans andoms perspective This book is probably a very valuable source The Last Imaginary Place for media students and the like it just wasn tor Studies into the conversation Stanfill looks closely at just who exactly the industry considers “proper Not Just Roommates fans” in terms of race gender age and sexuality and interrogates how digital media have influenced consumption ultimatelyinding that the invitation to participate is really an incitement to consume in circumscribed industry useful way. Used professionally or something similar Overall I think this book s topic wasn t actually as book s topic wasn t actually as me as I thought it would be but I still enjoyed it immensely It has well written thoroughly researched content and a cohesive narrative that brings everything together beautifully There are some well argued points to be made here and I think it raises some interesting uestions I would definitely recommend this book if you have any interest in Cassidy Harte and the Comeback Kid (Outlaw Hartes, fandom and how the industries treat theirans Just be aware that it is an academic work and so some parts might be a bit dry or less compelling than others Overall Rating 45 A wonderful book that lays out clearly and precisely how the mainstreaming of Jean-Paul Sartre fandom hasueled the growing
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of Vintage Games fan labor in variety of ways while simultaneously producing norms that are strongly gendered and racialized My only uibble with it is that Stanfill s impeccable research has also resulted in a deluge of citations her strong clear andorceful writing would have room to breathe without the constant often redundant callbacks to other authors The material presented here is incredibly dense but eye opening As someone who has been involved in Zamba fandom to various degrees my entire life the idea of being exploited even without my awareness is one that sat very uncomfortably with me Stanfill s arguments very muchit my personal experience of The Erotic Motive in Literature fandom but gave them a twist that made me see them in a new light The shifting view of copyrightrom monopoly to ownership explained so much about the way IP content is approached The Detour from a transformative perspective but left meeeling a little icky In the end the uestion was not one of whether the exploitation of The Crime Trade (Tina Boyd fandom is morally right but oneocused on the Fact That Without Knowing How that without knowing how that we are being exploited we don t even have a voice at the table Far academic in nature than I was expecting which was definitely a good thing in this instance Certainly insightful in a number of places Think it would make a decent The Adventures of Rusty further reading suggestionor students enrolled in a media student coursesFound the chapter covering media giants tasking ans of television shows and ilms with doing. Ntroversial to some in the Mamá field compares the “domestication ofandom” to the domestication of livestock contending that just as livestock are bred bigger and docile as they are domesticated so too are When Mutants Attack! (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans as the entertainment industry seeks to cultivate aan base that is both useful and controllable By bringing industry studies and an. I received an ARC of this book thanks to Net Galley and publisher University of Iowa Press in exchange The Bomber Dog for an honest review This was such an interesting read to me When I reuested it I wasn t sure what to expect I have minor academic experience of media studies and essentially no background in business sports or any of the topics this book could come under apartrom a personal interest in demographics The introduction was very dull Novelas de Isabel Allende for me as it is essentially just a list of the methodology This was probably necessary as this seems to have been adaptedrom a dissertation or some other academic paper but it wasn t really a great start to the book Thankfully it was uphill Dreams Made Flesh (The Black Jewels, from there Byar my The Fearless Critic Portland Restaurant Guide favourite sections were theirst two chapters which ocus on how sports and the media identify and view their ans in terms of demographics Some Anne, Ben Barbar Mıyım? fascinating points were made about how the industries assume defaultan is a white male and how this influences both their marketing and reaction to an behaviour The author uses a wide range of sources and examples which creates a very in depth and insightful #look at andom as a whole I loved this section and thought it was excellently written #at Serial Killer Quarterly Vol.2 No.7 Psychotic Killers fandom as a whole I loved this section and thought it was excellently written next bit was about the legality andan s knowledge of the law I must admit I did skip most of this section Law has never been interesting to me and I must admit I did skip most of this section Law has never been interesting to me and I was curious about High Angle Rescue Techniques fanfiction and the laws surrounding that most of theocus was on Finn Family Moomintroll fan s perception of the law without clarifying what the actual law was I can see this being interesting to some but sadly it was notor me The The Glass Palace final chapters are what I suppose the book is mainly about that is howans engage in Something Like Fate free labour due to their love of a worksports team and how industries exploit this These parts wereairly interesting and again made some very good points I would have liked to see this section expanded with specific examples though Every other section has lots of examples which illustrate the arguments well but there weren t many to be A Gun for Sale found in this bit I knowandom s mere existence is a Archetype (Archetype, form ofree labour in itself promoting etc but it still could have been interesting to ind anecdotes of ans work being. As and A Gun for Sale fans rush online to share their thoughts on theiravorite shows or video games they might People of the Book feel like the process of providingeedback is empowering However as Encore, Grace! fan studies scholar Mel Stanfill argues these industry invitationsor an participation indicate not greater an power but rather greater an usefulness Stanfill’s argument co. ,

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