Textual poachers

television fans & participatory culture by Henry Jenkins

Publisher: Routledge in New York

Written in English
Cover of: Textual poachers | Henry Jenkins
Published: Pages: 343 Downloads: 914
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Subjects:

  • Fans (Persons) -- Psychology,
  • Television viewers -- Psychology,
  • Popular culture

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-328) and index.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Summary "Get a life", William Shatner told "Star Trek" fans. Yet, as "Textual Poachers" argues, fans already have a "life", a complex subculture which draws its resources from commercial culture while also reworking them to serve alternative interests. nications. Reading Textual Poachers for the first time certainly proved influen-tial to me – this seminal text is, as for many other fan studies scholars, one I credit for my interest in, and initial steps into, the field. Reflecting back to my first readings of the book, which occurred in , during my undergraduate. Get FREE shipping on Textual Poachers by Henry Jenkins, from The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins's Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media : Taylor & Francis Ltd. Henry Jenkins is the author or editor of 20 books on various aspects of media and popular culture. Among his best known works are Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture, Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide, Spreadable Media: Creating Meaning and Value in a Networked Culture, By Any Media Necessary: The New Youth Activists, Popular Culture .

  Introduction Textual poaching is a term that was first used by Michel de Certeau in , and was developed later by Henry Jenkins in his book “Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture" written in Jenkins defines textual poaching as “an impertinent raid on the literary preserve where fans take away only those things. A fuller account of how this book emerged from the concern Textual s of Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture (New York: Routledge, ) and was shaped by my intellectual growth over the past decade can be found in the introduction to m Fans,y antholog Gamers, and y Bloggers: Exploring Participatory Culture (New York: New York.   Fandom Henry Jenkins 1. Fandom- henry Jenkins A Level Media audience theory 2. Henry Jenkins Henry Jenkins is an influential Media theorist, who is interested in Media in the online world, or Media

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Textual Poachers is an examination of fandom, or the fen as they sometimes call themselves. As this one was written in the days before blogs, it lo In the middle of my Patron research I came across Fans, Bloggers, and Games: Media Consumers in a Digital Age by Henry Jenkins (review coming)/5.

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Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon changes in the field since /5(3).

The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins's Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media theory.

Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon changes in the field since the original release of Textual Poachers.5/5(2).

Textual Poachers: Television Fans & Participatory Culture – Henry Jenkins – Google Books I decided to start with Textual Poachers because if you dig deep enough in the citations of any paper in the field of fan studies, powchers will find this text.

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Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon changes in the field since /5(8). Textual Poachers offers an ethnographic account of a particular group of media fans, its social institutions and cultural practices, and its troubled relationship to the mass media and consumer capitalism.

The term “textual poaching” was first developed by the French scholar Michel de Certeau in The Practise of Everyday Life () and later developed by Henry Jenkins in Textual poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture ().

De Certeau argues that audiences are not passive consumers but instead active interpreters. Buy Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture (Studies in Culture & Communication) 1 by Jenkins, Henry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Textual Poachers: Television fans and Participatory Culture is a nonfiction book by Henry Jenkins, notable as one of the first academic studies of Fandom.

Textual Poachers rejected notions of fans as social misfits and mindless consumers, exploring in detail the fans' society and the relationships between shows, producers, and fans.

Textual Poachers is the Trope Namer for. The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins’s Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media theory.

Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon changes in the field since Brand: Taylor And Francis. TEXTUAL POACHERS Henry Jenkins follows de Certeau “Fandom here becomes a participatory culture which transforms the experience of media consumption into the production of new texts, indeed of a new culture and a new community.” (Textual Poachers, 46) “This ability to transform personal reaction into social interaction, spectatorial culture into participatory culture, is one.

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Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture, Edition 2 - Ebook written by Henry Jenkins. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture, Edition /5(4).

Textual Poachers is such a book. Jenkins articulated the culture of participation that the internet has made common years before it took hold, and this work continues to. Textual Poachers offers an ethnographic account of a particular group of media fans, its social institutions and cultural practices, and its troubled relationship to the mass media and consumer capitalism.

There are, of course, many different types of fans-rock fans, sports fans, movie buffs, opera enthusiasts, etc.; "fans" have a much longer history, fitting more generally into longstanding. "Get a life" William Shatner told Star Trek fans. Yet, as Textual Poachers argues, fans already have a "life," a complex subculture which draws its resources from commercial culture while also reworking them to serve alternative interests.

Rejecting stereotypes of fans as cultural dupes, social misfits, and mindless consumers, Jenkins represents media fans as active producers and skilled /5(5).

Textual Poachers is such a book. Jenkins articulated the culture of participation that the internet has made common years before it took hold, and this work continues to shape how we understand these shifts." --Nancy Baym, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research New England/5(8).

textual poaching. Quick Reference. The subversive appropriation of mass-media texts (or of characters within them) by fans for their own pleasure. The concept has been popularized by Jenkins, but the term was originated by de Certeau. See also active audience theory; bricolage; fandom. Textual Poachers by Henry Jenkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().

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Rejecting stereotypes of fans as cultural dupes, social misfits, and mindless consumers, Jenkins represents media fans as active producers and skilled. Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture (Studies in Culture and Communication) By Henry Jenkins "Get a life" William Shatner told Star Trek fans.

Yet, as Textual Poachers argues, fans already have a "life," a complex subculture which draws its Sales Rank: # in Books. Textual Poachers emerged at a moment when fans were still largely marginal to the way mass media was produced and consumed, and still hidden from the view of most "average consumers." As such, the book represented a radically different way of thinking about how one might live in relation to media texts.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins's Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media theory.

"Get a life" William Shatner told Star Trek fans. Yet, as Textual Poachers argues, fans already have a "life," a complex subculture which draws its resources from commercial culture while also reworking them to serve alternative interests.

Rejecting stereotypes of fans as cultural dupes, social misfits, and mindless consumers, Jenkins.Textual poachers: television fans & participatory culture / Henry Jenkins Routledge New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further.

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My example of HP explains Jenkins' idea of textual poaching, or stealing text (any form of text= books, videos, picture, art, etc.) and editing it together to create a new text. In the example with Ron and Hermione/ Rupert and Emma, editing pictures.The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins's Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media theory.

Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon changes in the field since the.