|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||essay 5,000 words||100%|
On completion of this module, students will be expected to be familiar with ethnographic research on television fandom through surveys, interviews, observational methodologies as well as textual analysis.
Reading ListEssential Reading
Bacon-Smith (1992) Enterprising Women University of Pennsylvania Press Primo search Hills, Matthew (2002) Fan Cultures London: Routledge Primo search Jenkins (1992) Textual Poachers Routledge Primo search Kaveney, Roz (ed0 (2002) Reading the Vampire Slayer London: Tauris Parke Primo search Koven, Mikel J 'Have I got a monster for you: Some Thoughts on the Golem, The X-Files and the Jewish Horror Movie'. Folklore 111.2 (2000) Primo search Lavery, David (ed) (2002) This Thing of Ours: Investigating the Sopranos London: Wallflower Primo search Nightingale, Virginia 'What's 'ethnographic' about ethnographic audience research?' Australian Journal of Communication 16 (December 1989): 50 -53 Primo search Taylor, Helen (1989) Scarlett's Women: Gone With the Wind and its Female Fans London: Virago Primo search Tulloch and Jenkins (1995) Science Fiction Audiences Routledge Primo search Wilcox, Rhonda and David Lavery (eds) (2002) Fighting the Forces Oxford: Rowman&Littlefield Primo search
This module is at CQFW Level 7