Volume 13, Issue 2

(November 2016)



Past Issues



Barker, Martin & Sue Turnbull:

'Farewell to Aberystwyth, good morning Huddersfield'



Bourdaa, Mélanie & Javier Lozano Delmar:

'Contemporary participative TV audiences: Identity, authorship and advertising practices between fandom'

Cashman, David:

'Voyage to the Stars: Interaction between fans and musicians on cruise ship music festivals'

Holladay, Holly Willson:

'How far we've come?: Nostalgia and post-feminism in Mad Men'

Johnston, Keith M., Ed Vollans & Fred L. Greene:

'Watching the trailer: Researching the film trailer audience'

Joyce, Zita:

'"Thank goodness for our little radio": Researching post-quake radio audiences'

Lee, Hyunji:

'Developing identities: Gossip Girl, Fan activities, and online fan community in Korea'

Taylor, Lisa:

'"He's … making our North": Affective engagements with place in David Hockney's landscapes from "A Bigger Picture"'


Themed Section 1: The World Hobbit Project

Barker, Martin & Ernest Mathijs:

'Introduction to the Project'

Baltruschat, Doris, Jennifer Grek Martin & Ernest Mathijs:

'The reception of The Hobbit in Canada: does fantasy need technology?'

Barker, Martin:

'An investigation of the role of affiliations to "authors" in audience responses to The Hobbit films'

Hasebrink, Uwe & Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink:

'Linking fantasy to everyday life: Patterns of orientation and connections to reality in the case of The Hobbit'

Hipfl, Brigitte & Jasmin Kulterer:

'Greed, war, hope, love and friendship: Contemporary structures of feeling and the audience's readings of broader themes in The Hobbit'

Hirsjärvi, Irma, Urpo Kovala, Maria Ruotsalainen:

'Patterns of reception in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden: Differences and convergences'

Ilan, Jonathan & Amit Kama:

'Where has all the magic gone?: Audience interpretive strategies of The Hobbit's film-novel rivalry'

Jacks, Nilda, Valquiria Michela John, Daniela Schmitz, Dulce Mazer, Henrique Denis Lucas, Laura Seligman, Maria Clara Monteiro, Paula Coruja & Sarah Moralejo da Costa:

'Reception of The Hobbit trilogy: Brazilian data'

Jerslev, Anne, Christian Kobbernagel & Kim Schrøder:

'The importance of sampling: Building complementary insights about reception experiences of The Hobbit film trilogy with different survey sampling strategies'

Koistinen, Aino-Kaisa, Maria Ruotsalainen & Tanja Välisalo:

'The World Hobbit Project in Finland: Audience responses and transmedial user practices'

Korpua, Jyrki:

'Finnish audience responses to myth and mythology in The Hobbit: Connections between J R R Tolkien's fiction and Peter Jackson's The Hobbit film series'

Midkiff, Emily:

'Growing out of it: The Hobbit films and young people'

Mikhaylova, Larisa, Elena Pronina, Marina Knyazeva & Irina Novitskaya:

'Search for moral support, or escape from reality? Media psychological analysis of the Russian segment in the World Hobbit Project Database'

Schmeink, Lars:

'How Bilbo lost his innocence: Media audiences and the evaluation of The Hobbit as a "Children's Film"'

Trobia, Alberto:

'Selecting significant respondents from large audience datasets: The case of the World Hobbit Project'

Trültzsch-Wijnen, Sascha & Vanda de Sousa:

'Watching The Hobbit in two European countries: The views of younger audiences and readers in Austria and Portugal'

Veenstra, Aleit, Annemarie Kersten, Tonny Krijnen, Daniël Biltereyst & Philippe Meers:

'Understanding The Hobbit: the cross-national and cross-linguistic reception of a global media product in Belgium, France and the Netherlands'



Dovey, Lindiwe:
Curating Africa in the Age of Film Festivals (reviewed by Dorota Ostrowska)

Sedgman, Kirsty:
Locating the Audience: How People Found Value in National Theatre Wales (reviewed by Helen Freshwater)

Vasquez, Camilla:
The Discourse of Online Consumer Reviews (reviewed by Julia Kennedy)


  Last updated 2016-12-10