HENRY JENKINS – FANS BLOGUEROS Y VIDEOJUEGOS PDF

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Fans, Bloggers, and Gamers: Media Consumers in a Digital Age

It’s limitation beyond the fact that it’s a collection of articles, is that some of the material can already be found in the author’s other works in a more comprehensive form. This is a useful book for exploring some of what pop culture studies is about and providing some context as to how the academic study of pop culture has evolved as pop culture and technology have henrry.

This book is an update to Textual Poachers, his book about blogueroos and fan fiction. Este blog no me ha decepcionado para nada, todo lo contrario.

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Apr 16, Annelise Lestrange rated it really liked it Shelves: Froda rated it really liked it Oct 15, Don’t be fooled by the lame title, the cringe-worthy cover photo, or the numerous explanations of the word “blog.

For sure, there are some topics covered in this book which I wasn’t particularly keen on studying, and which those I may recommend this glogueros to hehry be pretty confused by when thinking, “and Adam said I should read this? Julie rated it liked it Jul 09, My name is Henry. Refresh and try again. Henry Jenkins at Authors Google video Henry Jenkins”s pioneering work in the early s 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.

Sep 19, Adam Bogert rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was interesting hehry only to see the history of how fandom developed and grew, but also learning of the roll the internet played in growing fan culture as well. His contention is that the fans of yore are the bloggers and gamers of today. I particularly enjoyed the final third of the book, dealing with a post-Columbine mindset towards media and the preponderance of “media effects” in the national discourse which Jenkins suggests is extraordinarily foolhardy I see in Henry Jenkins, if not the scholar I’d like to be, then at least a signpost pointing in the direction I’d academically like to head.

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Nov 05, Liz rated it liked it Shelves: The language is a bit dry and academic for my tastes, but the jenry matter is fascinating – especially when we see how drastically the internet has changed how fan communities emerge, grow and interact. If you want to understand fandoms and how modern communications technologies have brought geeks out of our basements and onto the front pages Comic-Con, anybody?

Return to Book Page. The last section is Jenkin’s turn to weigh in on the on-going debate about media violence and its effects if any. I read this book as part of a directed reading course designed to generate research ideas; to that end, videpjuegos has been enormously fruitful.

Lyndsay rated it really liked it Jan 07, Interesting cross-section of articles on fan communities and fan culture. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. So what Jenkins wrote about these games and Columbine massacre are worth reading, although I thought he was a bit defensive and didn’t weight both sides’ arguments fairly.

Recommended to anyone with an interest in media and society. This is a collection of essays he’s done for various publications since his seminal work Textual Poachers came out in the early 90’s.

Last semester I worked on a Web 2. Quotes from Fans, Bloggers, a Alex rated it it was amazing Mar 29, Oct 02, Andy Oram rated it really liked it Shelves: The representation of blogueris Columbine shooters does not If you haven’t read Henry Jenkins, this book provides a good overview, including essays that were later developed into his most influential books, Textual Poachers and Convergence Culture.

Those who are already predisposed towards violence might be pushed over the edge but that’s a very small percentage of any given population. Lists with This Book.

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Feb 01, Clare rated it really liked it. Brett rated it lbogueros was ok Jun 27, Joseph rated it liked it Jun 13, The representation of the Columbine shooters does not benefit from research done by those who studied the shootings and shooters in depth only to find that they were not victims of school bullying, but especially in Harris’s case, bullies.

Henry Jenkins – Fans Blogueros y Videojuegos

The blogging though is specifically the subset of fans who post their theories, fan fiction and fan art and that sort. The section on video-gaming documents his participation in national debates about video-game violence following the Columbine shootings in How can media makers create better shows by involving their audiences?

Some of these were dense academic papers while others were written for a more popular audience; all were interesting, but I had a definite preference for the shorter, more accessible pieces. A very interesting and diverse look into the world of Fandom Culture. If you haven’t read Henry Jenkins, this book provides a good overview, including essays that vifeojuegos later developed into his most influential books, Textual Poachers and Convergence Culture.

I particularly enjoyed the final third of the book, dealing with a post-Columbine mindset towards media and the preponderance of “media effects” in the national discourse which Jenkins suggests is extraordinarily foolhardy, if not dangerous. The middle section was of the most interest to me as it covers blogging. My favorite pieces were those on the relationship between video games and culture, with lots of thoughtful perspectives on Columbine and its aftermath.

This is a collection of articles from Henry Jenkins, over the span of his career as a media academic. Thanks for telling us about the problem. They are worth reading.

Johanna Moisander rated it it was ok Aug 19, Jul 28, Amanda rated it really liked it.