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That Rowing’s intentions mean next to nothing if they were never canonized as text within the books... until fans know these details, they effectively don’t exist.
In-text: (Asher-Perrin, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Asher-Perrin, E., 2013. Albus Dumbledore Didn’t Come Out at the Right Time (According to Everyone) | Tor.com. [online] Tor.com. Available at: <http://www.tor.com/blogs/2013/09/banned-books-week-harry-potter-jk-rowling-dumbledore-gay-icon> [Accessed 28 December 2014].
for these fanfiction writers, the denial of sexuality for the teenage Harry Potter characters is unrealistic
In-text: (Barton and Lampley, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Barton, K. and Lampley, J., 2013. Fan CULTure. p.41.
committed to the impersonal medium of print and since a printed text has a durable, material existence, then it can be circulated, reproduced, cited, used in ways which I did not foresee or intend
In-text: (Eagleton, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Eagleton, T., 2011. Literary Theory. Hoboken: John Wiley & amp; Sons, p.113.
While reading a book or story, people are prone to subconsciously adopt their behavior, thoughts, beliefs and internal responses to that of fictional characters as if they were their own.
In-text: (Hsu, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Hsu, C., 2012. Psychologists Discover How People Subconsciously Become Their Favorite Fictional Characters. [online] Medical Daily. Available at: <http://www.medicaldaily.com/psychologists-discover-how-people-subconsciously-become-their-favorite-fictional-characters-240435> [Accessed 18 December 2014].
Organised fandom is, perhaps first and foremost, an institution of theory and criticism,
In-text: (Jenkins, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Jenkins, H., 2012. Textual poachers. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge, p.86.
knowledge in fan cultures is used to enhance the fan’s power over the original text, and creates room to participate and adapt the original
In-text: (Lewis, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Lewis, L., 1992. The Adoring audience. London: Routledge, p.43.
'When the fandom’s collective vision of the textual world is undermined, fans personally feel deceived and misled and resist the altered structure .'
In-text: (Rachel Hendershot Parkin, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Rachel Hendershot Parkin, 2010. Breaking Faith: Disrupted Expectations and Ownership in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga. Jeunesse, 2(2), pp.61-85.
Phenomenology studies conscious experience as experienced from the subjective or first person point of view.
In-text: (Smith, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Smith, D., 2003. Phenomenology. [online] Plato.stanford.edu. Available at: <http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/phenomenology/> [Accessed 20 December 2015].
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