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The "Collective Intelligence" of Media Fans.Author: Henry Jenkins, publication: New York: New York University Press, cop.Textual Poachers came out in the early 90's.because he's one of us (geeks and counter strike non steam gamesites he's a smart guy with a lot on the ball.The concept of the active audience, so controversial two decades ago, is now taken for granted by everyone involved in and around the media industry.Poachers described a moment when fans were marginal to the operations of our culture, ridiculed in the media, shrouded with social stigma, pushed underground by legal threats, and often depicted as brainless and inarticulate.The revolution may not be televised, but it may be blogged, or even gamed.more.
Powerful institutions and practices (law, religion, education, advertising, and politics, among them) are being redefined by a growing recognition of what is to be gained through fosteringor at least toleratingparticipatory cultures.
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"Do You Enjoy Making the Rest of Us Feel Stupid?
Subjects: Mass media - Influence, Mass media and culture media, Mass media - Target.The War between Effects and Meanings: Rethinking the Video Game Violence Debate.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 early work defending fan culture against those who would marginalize or stigmatize it, through to his more.His is also a voice of sense and r I'm a big fan of Henry Jenkins (does that make me a meta-fan?Excerpts from "Matt Hills Interviews Henry Jenkins".His is also a voice of sense and reason against the ignorant and puritanical among.