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In-text: (Black and Korobkova, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Black, R. and Korobkova, K., 2014. Contrasting Visions: identity, literacy, and boundary work in a fan community. E–Learning and Digital Media, 11(6), pp.619-632.
In-text: (Carter, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Carter, H., 2013. Fandom As a Subculture. [online] Fandomwanderers. Available at: <https://fandomwanderers.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/fandom-as-a-subculture/> [Accessed 5 May 2022].
In-text: (Taylor, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Taylor, J., 2013. Claiming Queer Territory in the Study of Subcultures and Popular Music. Sociology Compass, 7(3), pp.194-207.
In-text: (Review: Fangirls – Belvoir St Theatre Company, performed at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (NSW), 2021)
Your Bibliography: Theatrethoughtsaus. 2021. Review: Fangirls – Belvoir St Theatre Company, performed at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (NSW). [online] Available at: <https://theatrethoughtsaus.online/2021/03/19/fangirls-the-musical/> [Accessed 5 May 2022].
In-text: (Williams, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Williams, C., 2001. Does it Really Matter? Young People and Popular Music. Popular Music, 20(2), pp.223-242.
In-text: (Wong, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Wong, Y., 2019. 'The best pop concert you’ve never been to’: new musical about teen fangirls is a Brisbane festival hit. [online] TheGuardian.com. Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2019/sep/23/fangirls-how-a-new-musical-celebrating-teenage-girls-became-a-brisbane-festival-hit> [Accessed 5 May 2022].
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