Jednostkowe aspekty bycia fanem, czyli w stronę nowego paradygmatu „fan studies”

Piotr Siuda

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The text characterizes the newest directions of fan studies – a discipline dealing with a specific segment of media audiences – fans. It provides a description of fan studies paradigms that dominated until now. It is shown that the most recent paradigm – a mainstream paradigm – slowly returns to the notion treating a fan as an individual. The author provides a differentiation between four fields of mainstream paradigm concentrated on an individual fan. The article indicates that we may be close to the establishment of a new paradigm of fan studies – paradigm of an individual.


Słowa kluczowe


fan; fan studies; fan research; mass culture audiences; community of fans; fans affect; psychoanalyzing fans; fan and the self

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