Fandom Culture and The Archers
ISBN: 978-1-80262-970-5, eISBN: 978-1-80262-967-5
Publication date: 18 May 2022
(2022), "Index", Courage, C. and Headlam, N. (Ed.) Fandom Culture and The Archers, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 241-248. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80262-967-520221018
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Copyright © 2022 Cara Courage and Nicola Headlam. Published under exclusive licence by Emerald Publishing Limited
- Introduction – On Being and Doing Academic Archers
- Section 1 Practice into Theory: Fandom Informing the Academy
- 1 Fans, Flouncers, Fundamentalists: Understanding Online Archers Fan Cultures
- 2 When the Script Hits the Fan: Why Archers Fans Stop Listening (and Why They Can't Completely Keep Away)
- 3 Archers Fandom and the Online Public Sphere
- 4 Cult and Culture: Transformative Fandom de dum de dum de dum
- 5 Gauging Guerrilla Engagement: The Unexpected Benefits of the Academic Archers Conference
- 6 When the Programme Leaves the Fans
- 7 It's Saturday, It Must Be The Archers!
- Section 2 Fandom in Action: Real-Life Application of Fandom
- 8 A Year in Ambridge: Introducing American Students to English Village Culture through The Archers
- 9 Teaching The Archers – Creating New Fans or Turning Them Off?
- 10 They Needed Counselling?
- 11 Airing Abuse in Ambridge: Is The Archers a Forum for Feminism?
- 12 Crowd-Sourcing Material Culture: A History of Ambridge in 100 Objects
- 13 The View from Lakey Hill: How The Archers Empowers, Liberates and Enables Listeners Who Are Blind