|Introduction: Why Study Fans?||1|
|Jonathan Gray, Cornel Sandvoss, and C. Lee Harrington|
|PART I:||Fan Texts: From Aesthetic to Legal Judgments|
|1||The Death of the Reader? Literary Theory and the Study of Texts in Popular Culture||19|
|2||Media Academics as Media Audiences: Aesthetic Judgments in Media and Cultural Studies||33|
|3||Yoko in Cyberspace with Beatles Fans: Gender and the Re-Creation of Popular Mythology||48|
|4||Copyright Law, Fan Practices, and the Rights of the Author||60|
|PART II:||Beyond Pop Culture: Fandom from News to High Culture|
|5||The News: You Gotta Love It||75|
|6||The Fans of Cultural Theory||88|
|7||Bachies, Bardies, Trekkies, and Sherlockians||98|
|8||Fans of Chekhov: Re-Approaching “High Culture”||110|
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Publication information: Book title: Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World. Contributors: Jonathan Gray - Editor, Cornel Sandvoss - Editor, C. Lee Harrington - Editor. Publisher: New York University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2007. Page number: v.
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