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'Resistance Reexamined: Gender, Fan Practices, and Science Fiction Television'
Unformatted Document Text:  24 bonking: Selections from The Terra Nostra underground and Strange Bedfellows. In C. Harris, & A. Alexander (Eds.), Theorizing fandom: Fans, subculture and identity (9-40). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Grossberg, L. (1995). Cultural studies vs. political economy: Is anyone else bored with this debate? Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 12, 72-81. Hall, S. (1980). Encoding/decoding. In S. Hall, D. Hobson, A. Lowe & P. Willis (Eds.), Culture, media, language (pp. 128- 139). London: Hutchinson. Hammer, B. (2000, Jun. 22). Bonnie Hammer chat transcript. Earth62 [Online]. Available: http://www.earth62.net/transcripts/hammer22jun00.htm. Harms, J., & Dickens, D. (1996). Postmodern media studies: Analysis or symptom? Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 13, 210-227. Harriet (2002). Brad Wright response. Write or wrong: Writing “Stargate SG-1” [Online]. Available: http://www.savedanieljackson.com/episoderedux/bwresp.asp. Helford, E. (2000a). Introduction. In E. Helford (Ed.), Fantasy girls: Gender in the new universe of science fiction and fantasy television (pp. 1-12). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Helford, E. (2000b). Feminism, queer studies, and the sexual politics of Xena Warrior Princess. In E. Helford (Ed.), Fantasy girls: Gender in the new universe of science fiction and fantasy television (pp. 135-162). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Hills, M. (2002). Fan cultures. New York: Routledge. Hine, C. (2000). Virtual ethnography. London: Sage. Horton, D., & Wohl, R. (1986). Mass communication and parasocial interaction: Observations on intimacy at a distance. In G. Gumpert & R. Cathcart (Eds.), Inter/Media (pp. 185-206). New York: Oxford University Press. Jenkins, H. (1992). Textual poachers: Television fans and participatory culture. New York: Routledge. Jenkins, H. (1995). “At other times, like females”: Gender and Star Trek fandom. In

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bonking: Selections from The Terra Nostra underground and Strange Bedfellows. In C.
Harris, & A. Alexander (Eds.), Theorizing fandom: Fans, subculture and identity (9-40).
Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Grossberg, L. (1995). Cultural studies vs. political economy: Is anyone else bored
with this debate? Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 12, 72-81.
Hall, S. (1980). Encoding/decoding. In S. Hall, D. Hobson, A. Lowe & P. Willis
(Eds.), Culture, media, language (pp. 128- 139). London: Hutchinson.
Hammer, B. (2000, Jun. 22). Bonnie Hammer chat transcript. Earth62 [Online].
Available: http://www.earth62.net/transcripts/hammer22jun00.htm.
Harms, J., & Dickens, D. (1996). Postmodern media studies: Analysis or symptom?
Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 13, 210-227.
Harriet (2002). Brad Wright response. Write or wrong: Writing “Stargate SG-1”
[Online]. Available: http://www.savedanieljackson.com/episoderedux/bwresp.asp.
Helford, E. (2000a). Introduction. In E. Helford (Ed.), Fantasy girls: Gender in the
new universe of science fiction and fantasy television (pp. 1-12). Lanham, MD: Rowman &
Littlefield.
Helford, E. (2000b). Feminism, queer studies, and the sexual politics of Xena
Warrior Princess. In E. Helford (Ed.), Fantasy girls: Gender in the new universe of science
fiction and fantasy television (pp. 135-162). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Hills, M. (2002). Fan cultures. New York: Routledge.
Hine, C. (2000). Virtual ethnography. London: Sage.
Horton, D., & Wohl, R. (1986). Mass communication and parasocial interaction:
Observations on intimacy at a distance. In G. Gumpert & R. Cathcart (Eds.), Inter/Media
(pp. 185-206). New York: Oxford University Press.
Jenkins, H. (1992). Textual poachers: Television fans and participatory culture. New
York: Routledge.
Jenkins, H. (1995). “At other times, like females”: Gender and Star Trek fandom. In


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