Editorial Reviews. Review. “Jenkins is one of us: a geek, a fan, a popcult packrat. He’s also an argues in favor of taking the fan’s perspective in analyzing television– and this is the cornerstone of the new turn in Cultural Studies.” . out of 5 starsFans, Blogueros y Videojuegos: La cultura de la colaboración. August 7. Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Otros: Fans, blogueros y videojuegos. la cultura de la colaboración. henry jenkins. paidós. como nuevo!!. Compra. Download Henry Jenkins – Fans Blogueros y Videojuegos.

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Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Emanuel Levy’s writing is wise, passionate, and amazingly well-informed.

Finally, Columbine and Beyond my favorite looks at, esentially, the fear our elders have of new media and youth culture. Fans, bloggers, and gamers: Henry Jenkins provides an excellent step away from our normal expectations of media philosophers. Tracing the Emotional Impact of Popular Culture” entre otros. Junto a Wikinomics, “C. I read Jenkins’s more significant book “Convergence Culture” and found this one a useful follow-up.

This is fascinating, engrossing and enlightening reading. In the first, Jenkins lets us into the world of fandom if you aren’t there already and more specifically his early focus- that of science fan-fiction.

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 involved. Select All Clear All Save to: Year 1 1 5 21 Language English 21 Spanish 7. I don’t find any single, overarching point in Fans, Bloggers, and Gamers as other reviewers pointed out, it’s a collection of distinct essays spanning several years but as I went along, I felt that I got a deeper understanding of some interesting topics in culture, and media.


Starting with an interview on the current state of fan studies, this volume maps the core theoretical and methodological issues in Fan Studies.

Displaying Editions 1 – 10 out of Refine Your Search Year. The second chapter, Going Digital, co-incides with his other book “Convergence Culture” in its mapping the flow of information and analyis of everyday Americans’ change in their day-to-day.

This is a collection of articles from Henry Jenkins, over the span of his career as a media academic. The politics around violence in video games are still active.

Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Participatory Culture in a Networked Era: Totally, this is a good and insightful book if you want to understand the base of media study and it provide some of interesting opinions that may inspire you in the farther study of media. So what Jenkins wrote about these culthra and Columbine massacre are worth reading, although I thought he was a bit defensive and didn’t weight both sides’ arguments fairly.

Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. Home About Help Search. Coming in between the doom-and-gloom media affect tradition and the corporate schlock Jenkins writes and speaks!

It goes on to chart the growth of participatory culture on the web, take up blogging as perhaps the most powerful illustration of how consumer participation impacts mainstream media, and debate the public policy implications surrounding participation and intellectual property. Media in transition”, “The Wow Climax: The book is a collection of articles set in three chapters: Fans, blogueros y videojuegos: Showing all editions for ‘Fans, bloggers, and gamers exploring participatory culture’ Sort by: His affection for the subject and sharp eye for ‘what it all means’ are an unbeatable combination.



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Some of the articles are good, others are less impressive, but overall he provides the reader some for thought about the evolution of pop culture studies and pop culture in general. 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. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

Bringing together the highlights of a decade and a half of groundbreaking research into the cultural life of media consumers, Fans, Bloggers, and Gamers takes readers from Jenkins’s progressive early work defending fan culture against those who would marginalize or stigmatize it, through to his more recent work, combating moral panic and defending Goths and gamers in the wake of the Columbine shootings.

Advanced Search Find a Library. Do gamers take the violence in games seriously? Showing all editions for ‘Fans, bloggers, and gamers exploring participatory culture’. He’s also an incisive and unflinching critic. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Fans, bloggers, and gamers exploring participatory culture by Henry Jenkins.

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Though marginal bloguefos largely invisible to the general public at the time, today, media producers and advertisers, not to mention researchers and fans, take for granted the idea that the success of a media franchise depends on fan investments and participation.

The Aesthetics of Transition.