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The multi – disciplinary nature of fan studies makes the development of a community of scholars sometimes difficult to achieve. The Journal of Fandom Studies seeks to offer scholars a dedicated publication that promotes current scholarship into the fields of fan and audience studies across a variety of media. It focuses on the critical exploration, within a wide range of disciplines and fan cultures, of issues surrounding production and consumption of popular media (including film, music, television, sports and gaming), The journal aims to address key issues in fans studies itself, while also fostering new areas of enquiry that take us beyond the bounds of current scholarship.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 3, Number 2, 1 June 2015

Editorial

‘Taking Stock’
pp. 115-117(3)
Author: Larsen, Katherine

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Articles

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Mad Men fans speak via social media: What fan voices reveal about the social construction of reality via dramatic fiction
pp. 151-170(20)
Authors: Dill-Shackleford, Karen E.; Hopper-Losenicky, Kristin; Vinney, Cynthia; Swain, Lisa F.; Hogg, Jerri Lynn

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Fannies and fanzines: Mail art and fan clubs in the 1970s
pp. 171-193(23)
Author: Olds, Kirsten

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Con culture: A survey of fans and fandom
pp. 211-228(18)
Author: Kington, Candie Syphrit

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Reviews

Reviews
pp. 229-233(5)
Authors: Williams, Rebecca; Godwin, Victoria L.

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