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Index of essays (Volumes 1-14, 2003-2017)

NB: Participations, Volumes up to 8:1 do not have page numbers, as they were published in HTML. Thereafter the PDF versions are page-numbered by Volume

 

Adoni, Hanna, Zrinjka Peruško, Hillel Nossek & Kim Christian Schrøder: ‘Introduction: News consumption as a democratic resource – News media repertoires across Europe’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 226-52. 

AIon-Tirosh, Michal & Dafna Lemish: ‘“If I was making the news”: What do children want from news?’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 108-29.

Alvarez, Mike: ‘Online spectatorship of death and dying: Pleasure, purpose and community in BestGore.com’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 2-21.

Amit, Rea: ‘Shall we dance, Rajni? The Japanese cult of Kollywood’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 636-59.

Ampofo, Lawrence: ‘The social life of real-time social media monitoring’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Anaz, Necati: ‘Geopolitics of film: Surveying audience reception of a Turkish film, Valley of the Wolves: Palestine’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 5-30.

Anderson, Julian: ‘On the practice of repeating concert items in concerts of modern or contemporary music: Historical precedents and recent contexts’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 116-34.

Anderson, Lauren: ‘“That's how it's supposed to make you feel”: Talking with audiences about “Both Sides Now” and Love Actually’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 206-38.

Anderson, Lauren: ‘Dancing about architecture?  Talking around popular music in film soundtracks’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Anderson, Louise: ‘Postcards from the edge: the untidy realities of working with older cinema audiences, distant memories and newsreels’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Anderson, Tonya: ‘Still kissing their posters goodnight: Female fandom and the politics of popular music’,  Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 239-64.

Andò, Romana: ‘What does TV actually mean? New consumer experience and generations’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 156-81.

Arthurs, Jane: ‘Brands, Markets and Charitable Ethics: MTV’s EXIT Campaign’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Ashton, Daniel: ‘Interactions, Delegations and Online Digital Games Players in Communities of Practice’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Askanius, Tina: ‘“It feels like home, this is my Malmö”: Place, media location and fan experiences of The Bridge’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 6-31.

Aslan, Billur, James Dennis & Ben O’Loughlin: ‘Balding goes trolling? Cross-media amplification of controversy at the 2012 Olympics’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp.577-607.

Aslanyan, Anna & Marie Gillespie: ‘The Russian-language Twittersphere, the BBC World Service and the London Olympics’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 608-29.

Atesman, Özge Özdüzen: ‘The Politicisation and “Occupy”sation of the Istanbul Film Festival Audience’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 679-702.

Athique, Adrian: ‘Diasporic Audiences and Non-Resident Media: The Case of Indian Films’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp 1-23.

Atkinson, Sarah & Helen W. Kennedy: ‘From conflict to revolution: The secret aesthetic, narrative spatialisation and audience experience in immersive cinema design’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 252-79.

Atkinson, Sarah & Helen W. Kennedy: ‘Introduction: Inside-the-scenes – The rise of experiential cinema’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 139-51.

Atkinson, Sarah: ‘“You sure that’s a film, man?”: Audience anticipation, expectation and engagement in Lost in London LIVE’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 697-713.

Attwood, Feona: ‘“Other” or “One of Us”?: The Porn User in Public and Academic Discourse’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Austin, Thomas: ‘Seeing, Feeling, Knowing: A Case Study of Audience Perspectives on Screen Documentary’, Participations, Volume 2:1, August 2005.

Avdeeff, Melissa: ‘Technological engagement and musical eclecticism: An examination of contemporary listening practices’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 265-85.

Aveyard, Karina: ‘Observer, mediator and empiricist:  An account of methodological fusion in the study of rural cinema audiences in Australia’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 648-63.

Aveyard, Karina: ‘The Place of Cinema and Film in Contemporary Rural Australia’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 294-307.

Axelson, Tomas: ‘Movies and Meaning: Studying Audience, Fiction Film and Existential Matters’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Balogh, Eva: ‘Stars in the Aisles: Cinema usherettes, identity and ideology’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 22-48.

Baltruschat, Doris, Jennifer Grek Martin & Ernest Mathijs: ‘The reception of The Hobbit in Canada: does fantasy need technology?’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 175-97.

Banaji, Shakuntala: ‘Seduced Outsiders versus Sceptical Insiders?  Slumdog Millionaire Through its Re/Viewers’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

Barker, Martin & Ernest Mathijs: ‘Introduction to the World Hobbit Project’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 158-74.

Barker, Martin & Ernest Mathijs: ‘Researching world audiences: The experience of a complex methodology’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 664-89.

Barker, Martin: ‘A Response to Stephen Kline’, Participations, Volume 1:2, May 2004.

Barker, Martin: ‘An investigation of the role of affiliations to “authors” in audience responses to The Hobbit films’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 198-222.

Barker, Martin: ‘Loving and Hating Straw Dogs: The Meanings of Audience Responses to a Controversial Film’ (Part One).  Participations, Volume 2:2, December 2005.

Barker, Martin: ‘Loving and Hating Straw Dogs: The Meanings of Audience Responses to a Controversial Film’ – Rethinking Straw Dogs as a Film’ (Part Two). Participations, Volume 3:1, May 2006.

Barker, Martin: ‘The censor as audience: James Ferman at the British Board of Film Classification’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 196-217.

Barker, Martin: ‘The reception of Joe Sacco's Palestine’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 58-73.

Barrett, Jenny: ‘“You’ve Made Mistress Very, Very Angry”: Displeasure and Pleasure in Media Representations of BDSM’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Barry, Marguerite: ‘Please do touch! Understanding interactivity in the exhibition space’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 216-36.

Baym, Nancy K.: ‘Fans or Friends? Seeing social media as musicians do’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 286-316.

Behr, Adam: ‘Where the snowman meets the sunshine: The tensions between research, engagement and impact in cultural policy’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 351-75.

Bench, Harmony: ‘Screendance 2.0: Social Dance-Media’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Bennett, Lucy & Tom Phillips: ‘An introduction: The Fan Studies Network – new connections, new research’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 52-5.

Bennett, Lucy: ‘Special Section Introduction: Music Audiences’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 200-5.

Bennett, Lucy: ‘Transformations through Twitter: The England riots, television viewership and negotiations of power through media convergence’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 511-25.

Berenstein, Ofer: ‘Comic-book fans’ recommendations ceremony: A look at the inter-personal communication patterns of a unique readers/speakers community’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 74-96.

Berg, Miriam: ‘Turkish drama serials as a tool for Soft Power’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 32-52.

Bergström, Annika: ‘The contexts of internet use: From innovators to late majority’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 3-18.

Berriman, Liam: ‘Negotiating proximity: The co-existence of Habbo and its fansites’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 575-96.

Biggin, Rose: ‘Reading fan mail: Communicating immersive experience in Punchdrunk’s Faust and The Masque of the Red Death’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 301-17.

Biltereyst, Daniël, Kathleen Lotze & Philippe Meers: ‘Triangulation in historical audience research: Reflections and experiences from a multi-methodological research project on cinema audiences in Flanders’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 690-715.

Biron, Dean: ‘Betwixt and Between: Musical Taste Patterns and Audience Mobility’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Blake, James: ‘Second Screen interaction in the cinema: Experimenting with transmedia narratives and commercialising user participation’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 526-44.

Blumler, Jay G., Denis McQuail & J. R. Brown: ‘The Conduct of Exploratory Research into the Social Origins of Broadcasting Audiences’, Participations, Volume 1:1, November 2003.

Boccia Artieri, Giovanni: ‘Productive publics and transmedia participation’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 428-48.

Bohley, Kim Trager: ‘“Browsing Madness” and Global Sponsors of Literacy: The Politics and Discourse of Deterritorialized Reading Practices and Space in Singapore’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 85-119.

Bolin, Göran: ‘Media Generations: Objective and subjective media landscapes and nostalgia among generations of media users’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 108-31.

Booth, Paul & Peter Kelly: ‘The changing faces of Doctor Who fandom: New fans, new technologies, old practices?’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 56-72.

Bore, Inger-Lise Kalviknes: ‘Focus group research and TV comedy audiences’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 3-22.

Bore, Inger-Lise Kalviknes: ‘Reviewing Romcom: (100) IMDb Users and (500) Days of Summer’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 144-64.

Boughtwood, Desiree: ‘View to be Thin: Interrogating Media’s Relationship to Eating Disorders through Audience Research’, Participations, Volume 1:3, 2005.

Bouko, Catherine: ‘Interactivity and immersion in a media-based performance’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 254-69.

Bourdaa, Mélanie & Javier Lozano Delmar: ‘Contemporary participative TV audiences: Identity, authorship and advertising practices between fandom’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 2-13.

Boyle, Karen: ‘Attractions and distractions: Mums, babies and early cinemagoing’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Boyle, Karen: ‘Gender, comedy and reviewing culture on the Internet Movie Database’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 31-49.

Bradby, Barbara: ‘Our affair with Mila Kunis: A group ethnography of cinema-going and the male gaze’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 3-35.

Breel, Astrid: ‘Audience agency in participatory performance: A methodology for examining aesthetic experience’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 368-87.

Briggs, Matt: ‘Meaning, Play and Experience: Audience Activity and the Ontological Bias in Children’s Media Research’, Participations, Volume 4:2, November 2007.

Brites, Maria José: ‘Consuming the news and building civic participation’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 130-49.

Brown, Alan, ‘Audience research gone wild’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp, 53-62.

Buchanan, Margot & Fiona Hyslop: ‘Transforming audiences, transforming audience expectations?’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 450-4.

Burchell, Kenzie & Ben O’Loughlin, Marie Gillespie & Eva Nieto McAvoy: ‘Soft power and its audiences: Tweeting the Olympics from London 2012 to Sochi 2014’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 413-37.

Burchell, Kenzie: ‘Infiltrating the space, hijacking the platform: Pussy Riot, Sochi protests, and media events’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 659-76.

Burke, Liam: ‘“Superman in Green”: An audience study of comic-book film adaptations Thor and Green Lantern’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 97-119.

Bury, Rhiannon, Ruth Deller, Adam Greenwood & Bethan Jones: ‘From Usenet to Tumblr: The changing role of social media’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 299-318.

Busse, Kristina: ‘Geek hierarchies, boundary policing, and the gendering of the good fan’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 73-91.

Butsch, Richard: ‘Crowds, Publics & Consumers: Representing English Theatre Audiences from the Globe to the OP Riots’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

Calvi, Licia: ‘A performance-based approach for interactions in public spaces’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 235-45.

Carruthers, Fiona: ‘Fanfic is Good for Two Things – Greasing Engines and Killing Brain Cells’, Participations, Volume 1:2, May 2004.

Cashman, David: ‘Voyage to the Stars: Interaction between fans and musicians on cruise ship music festivals’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 14-33.

Cefai, Sarah: ‘The lesbian intimate: Capacities for feeling in convergent media contexts’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp.237-53.

Chalmers, Dana Lori: ‘Resisting radical ideologies, one play at a time: A mixed-methods study of audience responses to Ideologically Challenging Entertainment’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 7-31.

Chambers, Amy C. & R. Lyle Skains: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the multimodal mash-up: Film as participatory narrative’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 102-16.

Cherry, Brigid: ‘Gothics and Grand Guignols: Violence and the Gendered Aesthetics of Cinematic Horror’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Chin, Bertha & Lori Hitchcock Morimoto: ‘Introduction: Fan and fan studies in transcultural context’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 92-108, pp. 174-9.

Chin, Bertha & Lori Hitchcock Morimoto: ‘Towards a theory of transcultural fandom’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 92-108.

Chopra-Gant, Mike: ‘Dirty movies, or: Why film scholars should stop worrying about Citizen Kane and learn to love bad films’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Chow, Yiu Fai & Jeroen de Kloet: ‘The Production of Locality in Global Pop – A comparative study of pop fans in the Netherlands and Hong Kong’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Church, David: ‘Of Manias, Shit, and Blood: The Reception of Salò as a Sick Film’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Claessens, Nathalie & Alexander Dhoest: ‘Comedy Taste: Highbrow/Lowbrow Comedy and Cultural Capital’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

Close, Samantha: ‘Moon Prism Power!: Censorship as adaptation in the case of Sailor Moon’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 264-81.

Coates, Jennifer: ‘Socializing the audience: Going to the cinema in post-war Japan’ Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 590-607.

Cochrane, Jacqui: ‘16 Years of Alcohol: An Allegory of a Nation?’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 308-26.

Corbett, Steve & Bridgette Wessels: ‘Active audiences and reflexivity: How film audiences form in northern English regions’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 63-79.

Cordeiro, Paula: ‘Radio becoming R@dio: Convergence, interactivity and broadcasting trends in perspective’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 492-510.

Courtois, Cédric: ‘When two worlds meet: An inter-paradigmatic mixed method approach to convergent audiovisual media consumption’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 716-42.

Cullinane, Mark: ‘Participatory cultures and democratic legitimation in public service media: Ireland and the RTÉ Audience Council’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 80-113.

Daggett, Chelsea: ‘Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold: Antiheroes for outcasts’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 45-77.

Dahlgren, Peter: ‘From public to civic intellectuals via online cultures’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 400-4.

Damásio, Manuel José, Mélanie Bourdaa, Bozena I. Mierzejewska, Ana Milojevic, José Manuel Noguera, Birgit Stark, Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic & Igor Vobic: ‘Editors introduction’: Stakeholder essays on audience interaction and participation’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 363-4.

Das, Ranjana & Brita Ytre-Arne: ‘After the excitement: An introduction to the work of CEDAR’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 280-8.

Das, Ranjana: ‘The task of interpretation; children walking “Facebook streets”‘, Participations, Volume 9:1, May 2012, pp. 2-25.

David, Ann: ‘Dancing the diasporic dream?  Embodied desires and the changing audiences for Bollywood film dance’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Davis, Charles H. & Carolyn Michelle: ‘Q methodology in audience research: Bridging the qualitative/quantitative divide?’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 559-93.

Davis, Charles H., Carolyn Michelle, Ann Hardy & Craig Hight: ‘Framing audience prefigurations of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: The roles of fandom, politics and idealised intertexts’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 50-87.

de Bruin, Joost: ‘Young Soap Opera Viewers and Performances of the Self’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

de Carvalho, Maria João Leote & Juliana Serrão: ‘Young offenders’ interests and motivations related to accessing TV and Press news’,  Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 150-73.

del Río, Esteban: ‘Consuming and Contesting Latinidad: Audience Research and Cultural Capital’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

Deller, Ruth: ‘Twittering on: Audience research and participation using Twitter’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Dennis, James, Marie Gillespie & Ben O’Loughlin: ‘Tweeting the Olympics: Towards a methodological framework for Big Data analysis of audience engagement during global media events’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 438-69.

Devereux, Eoin & Melissa Hidalgo: ‘“You’re gonna need someone on your side”: Morrissey’s Latino/a and Chicano/a fans’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 197-217.

Dhoest, Alexander: ‘Everybody Liked It: Collective Memories of Early Flemish Television Fiction’, Participations, Volume 3:1, May 2006.

Dhoest, Alexander: ‘Mixed methods, bifocal vision: Combining quantitative and qualitative data to assess public service performance’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 743-56.

Dhoest, Alexander: ‘Revisiting reception research: Case study on diasporic LGBTQs’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 78-97.

Dias, Patrícia & Ana Jorge: ‘Audience experiencing of emotions in the contemporary media landscape’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 431-45.

Dickson, Lesley-Ann: ‘“Ah! Other Bodies!”: Embodied spaces, pleasures and practices at Glasgow Film Festival’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 703-24.

Dickson, Lesley-Ann: ‘Section Introduction: Edinburgh International Film Audiences Conference, 2014’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 677-8.

Donald, Iain & Dayna Galloway: ‘Documenting debate: Online communities and the expansive interactive documentary’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 220-34.

Dover, Caroline: ‘Everyday Talk: Investigating Media Consumption and Identity Amongst School Children’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Driessen, Simone: ‘Larger than life: exploring the transcultural fan practices of the Dutch Backstreet Boys’ fandom’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 180-96.

Duffett, Mark: ‘Boosting Elvis: A content analysis of editorial stories from One Fan Club Magazine’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 317-36.

Dunford, Mark: ‘Understanding voice, distribution and listening in Digital Storytelling’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 313-28.

Dwyer, Tessa & Steve Gaunson: ‘Un/sociable cinema – audience decorum revisited’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 522-5.

Dwyer, Tessa: ‘Hecklevision, Barrage Cinema and Bullet Screens: An intercultural analysis’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 571-89.

Egan, Kate & Martin Barker: ‘Rings around the World: Notes on the Challenges, Problems & Possibilities of International Audience Projects’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Ellison, Hannah: ‘Submissives, Nekos and Futanaris: a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the Glee Kink Meme’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 109-28.

Esan, Oluyinka: ‘Appreciating Nollywood: Audiences and Nigerian Films’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Evans, Adrienne & Mafalda Stasi: ‘Desperately seeking methodology: New directions in fan studies research’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 4-23.

Evans, Elizabeth et al.: ‘Boxed Out: Visually Impaired Audiences, Audio Description and the Cultural Value of the Television Image’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Evans, Elizabeth Jane: ‘Superman vs Shrödinger’s Cat: Taste, Etiquette and Independent Cinema Audiences as Indirect Communities’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 327-49.

Franklin, Michael: ‘What metrics really mean, a question of causality and construction in leveraging social media audiences into business results: Cases from the UK film industry’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 298-320.

Freund, Katharina & Dianna Fielding: ‘Research ethics in fan studies’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 329-34.

Friedman, Sam, Brett Mills & Tom Phillips: ‘Special Section Comedy Audiences: Editorial Introduction’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 120-7.

Gal-Ezer, Miri: ‘Forty Years: From Silent Generation to Homeland Awards’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 274-319.

Gallego, Manuel Javier Callejo & Convadonga Fernández: ‘Producing information, producing and monitoring communication’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 455-6.

García de Torres, Elvira: ‘Audience territory’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 410-13, pp. 32-44.

García-Avilés, José Alberto: ‘Roles of audience participation in multiplatform television: From fans and consumers, to collaborators and activists’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 429-47.

Gaunson, Steve: ‘The “Picture” habit: Bad decorum and delinquents at the Silent Cinema’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 608-17.

Gazi, Angeliki, Paula Cordeiro, Guy Starkey & Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou: ‘Generation C and audio media: A cross-cultural analysis of differences in media consumption in four European countries’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 209-37.

George, Kelly C.: ‘Self-help as women’s popular culture in suburban New Jersey: An ethnographic perspective’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 23-44.

Gillespie, Marie & Ben O’Loughlin: ‘Editorial Introduction: International news, social media and soft power: The London and Sochi Olympics as global media events’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 388-412.

Gillespie, Marie, Hugh Mackay & Alban Webb: ‘Special Issue Introduction – Design & devices: Towards a genealogy of audience research methods at the BBC World Service, 1932-2011’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Gomme, Rachel: ‘Not-so-close encounters: Searching for intimacy in one-to-one performance’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 281-300.

Goode, Luke, Alexis McCullough & Gelise OHare: ‘Unruly publics and the fourth estate on YouTube’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 594-615.

Gordon, Ian: ‘Writing to Superman: Towards an understanding of the social networks of comic book fans’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 120-32.

Grandío, María del Mar & Joseba Bonaut: ‘Transmedia audiences and television fiction: A comparative approach between Skins (UK) and El Barco (Spain)’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 558-74.

Gray, Jonathan & Jason Mittell: ‘Speculations on Spoilers: Lost Fandom, Narrative Consumption and Rethinking Textuality’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Gregoli, Roberta: ‘Transnational Reception of City of God and Elite Squad’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 350-74.

Griffiths, Merris: ‘Locating commercial media in children’s everyday lives: A comparative study of free-time activity preferences in the UK and USA’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 3-21.

Griffiths, Merris: ‘Small Town on the Big Screen: The Edge of Love and the Local Experience’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Gröschel, Uwe: ‘Researching audiences through Walking Fieldwork’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 349-67.

Gross, Jonathan & Stephanie Pitts: ‘Audiences for the contemporary arts: Exploring varieties of participation across art forms in Birmingham, UK’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 4-23.

Gürsimsek, Ödül & Kirsten Drotner: ‘Lost spoiler practices: Online interaction as social participation’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 24-44.

Haas, Josefa: ‘New tools and scenes for the media play’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 375-7.

Hadley, Bree: ‘Participation, politics and provocations: People with disabilities as non-conciliatory audiences’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 154-74.

Haines Lyon, Charlotte: ‘Kill Bill: A Film Worthy of Meaning Making?’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Halpern, Andrea & Julian Anderson: ‘Preface: Repeat performances and their audiences’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 114-5.

Halpern, Andrea, Chloe H. K. Chan, Daniel Müllensiefen & John Sloboda: ‘Audience reactions to repeating a piece on a concert programme’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 135-52.

Hänska-Ahy, Maximillian, Claire Wardle & Malachy Browne: ‘Social media & journalism: Reporting the world through user generated content’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013.

Harbidge, Lesley: ‘Audienceship and (Non)Laughter in the Stand-up Comedy of Steve Martin’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 128-44.

Hardie, Amy: ‘Rollercoasters and Reality: A Study of Big Screen Documentary Audiences 2002-2007’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Hardie, Amy: ‘Symbolic Cinema & Audience Engagement’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 375-91.

Hardy, Ann, Craig Hight & Carolyn Michelle: ‘Reservoir Hill and audiences for online interactive drama’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 616-43.

Hardy, Christine: ‘Women’s reading constructs and their impact on reading behaviours’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Harindranath, Ramaswami: ‘Audiences, public knowledge and citizenship in democratic states: preliminary thoughts on a conceptual framework’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Harindranath, Ramaswami: ‘Ethnicity and Cultural Difference: Some thematic and political issues on global audience research’, Participations, Volume 2:2, December 2005.

Harrington, Stephen, Tim Highfield & Axel Bruns: ‘More than a backchannel: Twitter and television’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 405-9.

Harris, Paul & Chris Fremantle: ‘Practising equality?  Issues for co-creative and participatory practices addressing social justice and equality’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 183-200.

Harrison, Teresa: ‘The “audience” as participative, idea generating, decision making citizens: will they transform government?’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 395-9.

Hasebrink, Uwe & Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink: ‘Linking fantasy to everyday life: Patterns of orientation and connections to reality in the case of The Hobbit’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 223-45.

Hasebrink, Uwe &Hanna Domeyer: ‘Media repertoires as patterns of behaviour and as meaningful practices: A multimethod approach to media use in converging media environments’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 757-79.

Haslop, Craig: ‘“I certainly wouldn’t want to be portrayed as a boring straight person”: Torchwood, meaning-making and the performance of gender and sexual identities’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 36-51.

Hassler-Forest, Dan: Skimmers, ‘Dippers and Divers: Campire’s Steve Coulson on transmedia marketing and audience participation’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 682-92.

Helen Kennedy: ‘“Join a cast of 1000s, to sing and dance in the Revolution”: the Secret Cinema “Activist” brand and the commodification of affect within “experience communities”’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 682-96.

Hield, Fay & Sarah Price: ‘“Old Adam was the first man formed”: (In)forming and investigating listeners’ experiences of new music as audience enrichment, public engagement and research’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 285-312.

Hight, Craig & Arezou Zalipour: ‘Shopping in a narrow field: Cross-media news repertories in New Zealand’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 416-36.

Hight, Craig, Ann Hardy, Carolyn Michelle & Adrian Athique: ‘Editorial Introduction’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 554-8.

Hijmans, Ellen: ‘Reading YES: Interpretive Repertoires and Identity Construction in Dutch Teenage Magazines’, Participations, Volume 1:2, May 2004.

Hills, Matt: ‘Fiske’s textual productivity and digital fandom: Web 2.0 democratization versus fan distinction?’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 130-53.

Hills, Matt: ‘Torchwood's trans-transmedia: Media tie-ins and brand “fanagement”‘, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 409-28.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 246-62.

Hirsjärvi, Irma, Urpo Kovala, Maria Ruotsalainen: ‘Patterns of reception in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden: Differences and convergences’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 263-88.

Hirsjärvi, Irma: ‘Recognising the Fantasy Literature Genre’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Holladay, Holly Willson: ‘How far we’ve come?: Nostalgia and post-feminism in Mad Men’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 34-55.

Hollinshead, Ailsa: ‘“And I felt quite posh!”: Art-house cinema and the absent audience – the exclusions of choice’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 392-415.

Hollinshead, Ailsa: ‘Edinburgh International Film Audiences Conference: Editorial Introduction’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 292-3.

Hollinshead, Ailsa: ‘Special Issue Introduction’ – EIFAC’ . Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Holmes, Su: ‘“That perfect girl is gone”: Pro-ana, anorexia and Frozen (2013) as an eating disorder film’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 98-120.

Horton, Donald & R. Richard Wohl: ‘Mass Communication and Para-Social Interaction: Observations on Intimacy at a Distance’, Participations, Volume 3:1, May 2006.

Horváth, Dóra, Tamás Csordás & Nóra Nyiro: ‘Re-written by machine and new technology: Did the Internet kill the video star?’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 526-57.

Huffer, Ian: ‘“I wanted to be Rocky, but I also wanted to be his wife!”: Heterosexuality and the (Re)construction of Gender in Female Film Audiences Consumption of Sylvester Stallone’, Participations, Volume 4:2, November 2007.

Huion, Patricia: ‘Six Research Reports, Five Repertoires, One Repertoire Matrix: Talking about contemporary reading group experiences’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Hutchings, Stephen Marie Gillespie, Ilya Yablokov, Ilia Lvov & Alexander Voss: ‘Staging the Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 on Russia Today and BBC World News: From soft power to geopolitical crisis’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 630-58.

Ilan, Jonathan & Amit Kama: ‘Where has all the magic gone?: Audience interpretive strategies of The Hobbit’s film-novel rivalry’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 289-307.

Inthorn, Sanna: ‘Audience responses to representations of family-assisted suicide on British television’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 153-74.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 308-27.

Jacobs, Katrien: ‘Impersonating and performing queer sexuality in the Cosplay zone’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 23-45.

Jamieson, Gill & Ann McVitie: ‘Noir Building?: Understanding the immersive fandom of Noir City’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 530-52.

Jancovich, Mark: ‘Shadows and Bogeymen: Horror, Stylization and the Critical Reception of Orson Welles during the 1940s’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Jedrzejewski, Stanislaw: ‘News repertoires in Poland’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 379-98.

Jedrzejewski, Stanislaw: ‘Public service media news consumption across Europe: Views from a Q-methodological repertoire study’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 504-21.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 328-55.

Johanson, Katya & Hilary Glow: ‘A virtuous circle: The positive evaluation phenomenon in arts audience research’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 254-70.

Johanson, Katya & Hilary Glow: ‘It’s not enough for the work of art to be great: Children and Young People as Museum Visitors’, Participations, Volume 9:1, May 2012, pp. 26-42.

Johnston, Keith M., Ed Vollans & Fred L. Greene: ‘Watching the trailer: Researching the film trailer audience’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 56-85.

Jones, Bethan & Lucy Bennett: ‘Blurring boundaries, crossing divides: An interview with Will Brooker’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 335-50.

Joyce, Zita: ‘“Thank goodness for our little radio”: Researching post-quake radio audiences’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 86-108.

Joye, Stijn & Philippe Henon: ‘Activating the audience in times of compassion fatigue’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 386-9.

Jung, Sun: Bae Yong-Joon: ‘Hybrid Masculinity & the Counter-coeval Desire of Japanese Female Fans’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Jurt, Joseph: ‘The Trans-National Reception of Literature – The Reception of French Nationalism in Germany’, Participations, Volume 2:1, August 2005.

Kääpä, Pietari & Guan Wenbo: ‘Santa Claus in China and Wu xia in Finland: Translocal reception of transnational cinema in Finnish and Chinese film cultures’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 24-51.

Kaun, Anne & Fredrik Stiernstedt: ‘Media memories: The case of Youth Radio DT64’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 337-59.

Kaun, Anne, Jannie Møller Hartley & Janis Juzefovics: ‘In search of the invisible (audiences)’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 334-48.

King, Gretchen: ‘Hearing community radio listeners: A storytelling approach for community media audience research’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 121-46.

Kline, Stephen: ‘Media Effects: Redux or Reductive? – A Reply to the St Louis Court Brief’, Participations, Volume 1:1, November 2003.

Klinger, Barbara: ‘“Say It Again, Sam”: Movie Quotation, Performance and Masculinity’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Knight, Victoria: ‘An Investigation into Mass Communication Consumption in a Closed Young Offenders Institution’, Participations, Volume 2:1, August 2005, pp. 19-40.

Knight, Victoria: ‘Television, emotion and prison life: Achieving personal control’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015.

Koistinen, Aino-Kaisa, Maria Ruotsalainen & Tanja Välisalo: ‘The World Hobbit Project in Finland: Audience responses and transmedial user practices’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 356-79.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 380-92.

Kõuts-Klemm, Ragne & Maria José Brites: ‘How digital converges cross-media news typologies across countries: A comparative study of news consumption in Estonia and Portugal’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 464-83.

Kõuts-Klemm, Ragne: ‘High diversity in a post-socialist Nordic country: News repertoires in Estonia’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 364-78.

Krämer, Peter: ‘“Dear Mr. Kubrick”: Audience Responses to 2001: A Space Odyssey in the Late 1960s’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Krämer, Peter: ‘Movies that make people sick: Audience Responses to Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange in 1971/72’,  Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 416-30.

Krijnen, Tonny: ‘Engaging the Moral Imagination by Watching Television: Different Modes of Moral Reflection’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 52-73.

Krstic, Aleksandra: ‘When the audience changes a journalist’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 425-7.

Lähdesmäki, Tuuli: ‘From personality cult figure to camp image – the case of President Urho Kekkonen’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Lamerichs, Nicolle: ‘The cultural dynamic of doujinshi and cosplay: Local anime fandom in Japan, USA and Europe’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 154-76.

Landabidea Urresti, Xabier: ‘Television as an intergenerational leisure artefact: An interdisciplinary dialogue’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 132-55.

Lang, Anouk: ‘“A Dirty Little Secret”: Taste Hierarchies and Richard and Judy’s Book Club’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Lay, Samantha: ‘Audiences Across the Divide: Game to Film Adaptation and the Case of Resident Evil’, Participations, Volume 4:2, November 2007.

Leder, Kerstin: ‘“I just don’t think I could sit through [Jurassic Park or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre]”: Films as Cultural and Emotional Measures’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Lee, Angela: ‘Time Travelling with Fanfic Writers: Understanding fan culture through repeated online interviews’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Lee, Hyunji: ‘Developing identities: Gossip Girl, Fan activities, and online fan community in Korea’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 109-33.

Lehn, Dirk Vom & Irida Ntalla: ‘Special Section Introduction: Researching audiences in digital mediated and interactive experiences’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014.

Lemish, Dafna & Rotem Pick Alony: ‘The gendered nature of news consumption by children and youth’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 174-98.

Lepa, Steffen, Anne-Kathrin Hoklas & Stefan Weinzierl: ‘Discovering and interpreting audio media generation units: A typological-praxeological approach to the mediatization of everyday music listening’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 207-38.

Levine, Elana: ‘Television, Sexual Difference and Everyday Life in the 1970s: American Youth as Historical Audience’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Levitt, Linda: ‘Hollywood, nostalgia, and outdoor movies’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 218-33.

Lewcock, Dawn: ‘Converse with the Audience in the Restoration Theatre’, Participations, Volume 3:1, May 2006.

Lin, Yu-Wei: ‘The emergence of the techno elite audience and free/open source content: A case study on BBC Backstage’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 597-613.

Lindelof, Anja Mølle & Louise Ejgod Hansen: ‘Talking about theatre: Audience development through dialogue’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 234-53.

Llinares, Dario: ‘“Please turn your phone on”: Analysing outcomes of second-screen spectatorship using Social Media in the cinema space’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 545-70.

Locke, Simon: ‘Fanboy as a revolutionary category’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 835-54.

Lockyer, Sharon & Lynn Myers: ‘“It’s About Expecting the Unexpected”: Live Stand-up Comedy from the Audience’s Perspective’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 165-88.

Loos, Eugène & Maria Ekström: ‘Visually representing the generation of older consumers as a diverse audience: Towards a multidimensional market segmentation typology’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 257-73.

Lowthorpe, Chris, Sean Taylor & Gregor White: ‘Stop just making stuff!  Listening, co-creation and sustainability in independent game development’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 275-97.

Lozano Delmar, Javier, Victor Hernández-Santaolalla & Marina Ramos: ‘Fandom generated content: An approach to the concept of fanadvertising’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 351-6.

Lyczba, Fabrice: ‘Spectatoritis vs. World-Building: Sandbox spectatorship in American children’s silent film culture’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 599-624.

Machado-Borges, Thaïs: ‘Going with the Flow: Ethnography & Dialogism in the Reception of Brazilian Telenovelas’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Mackay, Hugh & Jingrong Tong: ‘Interactivity, the global conversation and World Service research: Digital China’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Mackenzie, Kathryn et al.: ‘In Search of an Audience: Lindsay Anderson’s Britannia Hospital’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

Maretic, Meri & Ante Babic: ‘New political communication’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 447-9.

Marmino, Michele, Mario Petitto & Andrea Pinchera: ‘CSO’s communication strategies and audience participation’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 381-5.

Marôpo, Lídia: ‘Youth, identity, and stigma in the media: From representation to the young audience’s perception’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 199-212.

Martinez, Josu, Miriam Frances, Katixa Agirre & Miren Manias-Muñoz: ‘Zinegin Basque film festival: A non-existent audience revealed’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 725-38.

Marx, Lisa: ‘Making cinephiles: An ethnographic study of audience socialization’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 88-98.

Mathieu, David, Maria José Brites, Niklas A. Chimirri & Minna Saariketo: ‘In dialogue with related fields of inquiry: The interdisciplinarity, normativity and contextuality of audience research’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 462-75.

Mathieu, David, Miguel Vicente-Mariño, Maria José Brites, Inês Amaral, Niklas A. Chimirri, Juliane Finger, Bojana Romic, Minna Saariketo, Riitta Tammi, Marisa Torres da Silva & Liliana Pacheco, with contributions from Félix Ortega: ‘Methodological challenges in the transition towards online audience research’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 289-320.

Mathieu, David: ‘Cultural Knowledge in News Comprehension’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Matikainen, Janne: ‘Motivations for content generation in social media’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 41-58.

Mavridou, Orion & Robin J.S. Sloan: ‘Playing outside the box: Transformative works and computer games as participatory culture’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 246-59.

McCormick, Casey: ‘“There’s More Than One of Everything”: Navigating Fringe’s Cofactual Multiverse’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 584-98.

McCulloch, Richard & Virginia Crisp: ‘“Watch like a grown up … enjoy like a child”: Exhibition, authenticity, and film audiences at the Prince Charles Cinema’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 188-217.

McCulloch, Richard, Virginia Crisp, Jon Hickman & Stephanie Janes: ‘Of proprietors and poachers: Fandom as negotiated brand ownership’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 319-28.

McCulloch, Richard: ‘“Most People Bring Their Own Spoons”: The Room’s participatory audiences as comedy mediators’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 185-218.

McDougall, Julian: ‘Wiring the Audience’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

McIver, Glen: ‘Liverpool’s Rialto: Remembering the Romance’, Participations, Volume 6:2, November 2009.

McKeown, Bruce, Dan B. Thomas & James C. Rhoads: ‘Falling hard for Breaking Bad: An investigation of audience response to a popular television series’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 147-67.

McKinnon, Scott: ‘Taking the Word Out West: Movie Reception and Gay Spaces’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

McLelland, Mark: ‘Governmentality and fan resistance in the Japan pop culture sphere’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 218-34.

Meadows, Michael: ‘Walking the talk: reflections on Indigenous media audience research methods’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Mehrpouya, Hadi, Deborah Maxwell & Diego Zamora: ‘Reflections on co-creation: An open source approach to co-creation’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 172-82.

Michelle, Carolyn: ‘(Re)contextualising Audience Receptions of Reality TV’, Participations, Volume 6:1, May 2009.

Midkiff, Emily: ‘Growing out of it: The Hobbit films and young people’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 393-405.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 406-29.

Miller, Lucy: ‘Access and the construction of fan identity: Industry images of anime fandom’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 49-66.

Milojevic, Ana & Steve Herrmann: ‘Journalism taking up a curatorial role’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 443-6.

Milojevic, Ana, Jelena Kleut & James Ball: ‘Conversational style of journalism’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 440-2.

Mitra, Barbara, Mike Webb & Claire Wolfe: ‘Audience responses to the physical appearance of television newsreaders’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 45-57.

Mollen, Anne, Minna Saariketo & Jelena Kleut: ‘Intersecting audience activities: An audience studies perspective on the materiality of design, platforms and interfaces’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 360-73.

Monaco, Jeanette: ‘Memory Work, Autoethnography and the Construction of a Fan-Ethnography’, Participations, Volume 7:1, May 2010.

Monk, Claire: ‘Heritage Film Audiences 2.0: period film audiences and online film cultures’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 431-70.

Montiel, Aimée Vega: ‘(A Long Way To) Building One’s Own Citizenship: Housewives, Politics and TV news in Mexico’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Moores, Shaun: ‘Media Uses & Everyday Environmental Experiences: A Positive Critique of Phenomenological Geography’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Moussouri, Theano & George Roussos: ‘Mobile sensing, BYOD and Big Data Analytics: New technologies for audience research in museums’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp.270-85.

Murru, Maria Francesca & Miriam Stehling (with contributions from Inês Amaral & Marco Scarcelli): ‘The civic value of being an audience: The intersection between media and citizenship in audience research’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 402-21.

Murru, Maria Francesca: ‘Listening, temporalities and epistemology: A hermeneutical perspective on mediated civic engagement’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 392-401.

Mytton, Graham: ‘Audience research at the BBC World Service 1932-2010’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Napoli, Antonella: ‘Social media use and generational identity: Issues and consequences on peer-to-peer and cross-generational relationships – an empirical study’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp.182-206.

Nimrod, Galit: ‘Applying Gerontographics in the study of older Internet users’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 46-64.

Noguera, José-Manuel, Francesca Pasquali & Mélanie Bourdaa: ‘Special Section Introduction: Audience involvement and new production paradigms [COST Action]’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp.405-8.

Noppe, Nele: ‘Mechanisms of control in online fanwork sales: A comparison of Kindle Worlds and Dlsite.com’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 218-37.

Norris, Craig: ‘Japanese media tourism as World-Building: Akihabara’s Electric Town and Ikebukuro’s Maiden Road’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 656-81.

Nossek, Hillel & Hanna Adoni: ‘Coexistence of “old” and “new” news media in a transitional media system: News repertoires in Israel’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 399-415.

Ntalla, Irida & Dirk van Lehm: ‘Introduction’, Participations, Volume 11:1,May 2014, pp. 213-5.

Ntalla, Irida: ‘Review of Pille Runnel & Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt (eds.): Democratising the Museum: Reflections on Participatory Technologies’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 332-5.

Nyiro, Nóra & Agnes Urban: ‘Effects of audience participation in CSO communication’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 378-80.

Nyiro, Nóra: ‘Nested analysis-based mixed method research of television and video-recording audiences’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 780-97.

O’Malley, Evelyn: ‘Imagining Arden: Audience responses to place and participation at Taking Flight Theatre Company’s As You Like It’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 512-29.

Olivier Vanhée: ‘Reading Harry Potter: A personal and collective experience’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

ONeill, Sinéad, Joshua Edelman & John Sloboda: ‘Opera and emotion: The cultural value of attendance for the highly engaged’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 24-50.

Packman, Claire, Louise Rutt & Grace Williams: ‘The value of experts, the importance of partners, and the worth of the people in between’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 376-86.

Pagliassotti, Dru: ‘Beyond the Book: Contemporary Cultures of Reading – Conference Papers’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Pagliassotti, Dru: ‘Reading Boys’ Love in the West’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Parsemain, Ava Laure: ‘Do critical viewers learn from television?’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 71-93.

Parta, R. Eugene: ‘Audience Research in Extremis: Cold War Broadcasting to the USSR’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Pasquier, Dominique: ‘“The Cacophony of Failure”: Being an audience in a traditional theatre’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 222-33.

Patrick, Kevin: ‘“Phans”, not “Fans”: The Phantom and Australian comic-book fandom’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 133-58.

Pavlícková, Tereza & Jelena Kleut: ‘Produsage as experience and interpretation’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 348-59.

Pearce, Samantha & Alexis Weedon: ‘Film adaptation for knowing audiences: Analysing fan on-line responses to the end ofBreaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012)’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 175-202.

Pearlman, Karen: ‘If a dancing figure falls in the forest and nobody sees her...’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Pedersen, Sarah: ‘“Now Read This”: Male and female bloggers’ recommendations for further reading’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Peruško, Zrinjka, Antonija Čuvalo & Dina Vozab: ‘News as a democratic resource: Q study approach to cross-media news repertoires in Croatia’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 344-63.

Pett, Emma: ‘"Stay disconnected": Eventising Star Wars for transmedia audiences’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 152-69.

Pett, Emma: ‘“Hey! Hey! I’ve seen this one, I’ve seen this one. It’s a classic!”: Nostalgia, repeat viewing and cult performance in Back to the Future’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 177-97.

Phillips, Tom: ‘When Film Fans Become Fan Family: Kevin Smith Fandom and Communal Experience’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 478-96.

Pitts, Stephanie E., Melissa C. Dobson, Kate Gee & Christopher P. Spencer: ‘Views of an audience: Understanding the orchestral concert experience from player and listener perspectives’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 65-95.

Pitts, Stephanie: ‘Introduction: Themed section on Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 282-4.

Ponte, Cristina: ‘Introduction: Researching the role of news in children’s and young people’s identities’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 99-107.

Popovic, Helena: ‘Uncivilized Comedy and its Reception’, Participations, Volume 9:1, May 2012, pp. 43-67.

Potts, Liza: ‘Amanda Palmer and the #LOFNOTC: How online fan participation is rewriting music labels’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 360-82.

Price, Sarah M.: ‘Academic and commercial research: Bridging the gap’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 168-73.

Prior, Suzanne, Jen Baillie, Gemma Kearney & Deborah Maxwell: ‘Understanding audiences from industry sectors in knowledge exchange’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 260-74.

Procter, Rob, Alex Voss & Ilia Lvov: ‘Audience research and social media data: Opportunities and challenges’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 470-93.

Proctor, William & Richard McCulloch: ‘Introduction: Exploring imaginary worlds’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 479-87.

Proctor, William: ‘“Holy crap, more Star Wars! More Star Wars? What if they’re crap?”: Disney, Lucasfilm and Star Wars online fandom in the 21st century’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 198-224.

Promkhuntong, Wikanda: ‘Cinephiles, music fans and film auteur(s): Transcultural taste cultures surrounding mashups of Wong Kar-wai’s movies on YouTube’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 255-74.

Quirk, Sophie: ‘Containing the Audience: The Room in Stand-Up Comedy’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 219-38.

Qureshi, Karen: ‘Respected and Respectable: The Centrality of Performance and Audiences in the (Re)production and Potential Revision of Gendered Ethnicities’, Participations, Volume 1:2, May 2004.

Radbourne, Jennifer, Katya Johanson & Hilary Glow: ‘Empowering Audiences to Measure Quality’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Ralph, Sarah & Martin Barker: ‘What a performance!  Exploring audiences’ responses to film acting’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 739-61.

Reagin, Nancy: ‘Dances With Worlds: Karl May, “Indian” hobbyists, and German fans of the American West since 1912’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 553-83.

Reason, Matthew & Dee Reynolds: ‘Special Issue Introduction – Dance Audiences’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Reason, Matthew & Kirsty Sedgman: ‘Editors’ general introduction: Themed Section on theatre audiences’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 117-22.

Reason, Matthew: ‘Theatre Audiences and Perceptions of Liveness in Performance’, Participations, Volume 1:2, May 2004.

Reason, Matthew: ‘Thinking about Audiences: a dance film-maker’s perspective.  An interview with Alex Reuben’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Reason, Matthew: Introduction to Part 2 (Theatre Audiences): Participations on Participation: Researching the “active” theatre audience’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 271-80.

Redfern, Nick: ‘Correspondence analysis of genre preferences in UK film audiences’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 45-55.

Reinhard, CarrieLynn D. & Kevin Miller: ‘Men watching Sex and the City, My Little Pony, and Oklahoma: The interpretation of gender appropriateness in the reception of cross-gendered media products’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 59-81.

Reinhard, CarrieLynn D. & Pooky Amsterdam: ‘A Community of Televised Avatars: Interactivities in virtual world television promoting and acknowledging participatory communities’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 67-87.

Richards, Lisa: ‘“A good, kind, decent man”: Modifying masculinity in fan fiction depictions of Gene Hunt’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 96-117.

Richardson, John M.: ‘Live theatre in the age of digital technology: “Digital habitus” and the youth live theatre audience’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp.206-21.

Ridder, Sander De, Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic & Bojana Romic: ‘Challenges when researching digital audiences: Mapping audience research of software designs, interfaces and platforms’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 374-91.

Ruddock, Andy: ‘Get a Real Job: Authenticity on the Performance, Reception and Study of Celebrity’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Ryall, Amy, Jane Hodson & Casey Strine: ‘Everybody Knows: Engaged research and the changing role of the academic’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 329-50.

Ryan, Ciarán: ‘Music fanzine collecting as capital accumulation’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 238-54.

Sabeti, Shari: ‘“Arts of Time and Space”: The perspectives of a teenage audience on reading novels and graphic novels’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 159-79.

Sabin, Roger: ‘Special Section Introduction: Comicbook audiences’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012. Pp. 56-7.

Sandars, Diana: ‘Sing and go wild:  Embracing the cult-like musical experience of children’s cinema’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 618-35.

Sandvoss, Cornel: ‘Toward an understanding of political enthusiasm as media fandom: Blogging, fan productivity and affect in American politics’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 252-96.

Santos, Jennifer M.: ‘Data on Data: Viewer Responses to Star Trek: The Next Generation’, Participations, Volume 4:1, May 2007.

Saryusz-Wolska, Magdalena: ‘Watching films in the ruins: Cinema-going in early post-war Berlin’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp.762-82.

Schmeink, Lars: ‘How Bilbo lost his innocence: Media audiences and the evaluation of The Hobbit as a “Children’s Film”‘, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 430-9.

Schrøder, Kim Christian, Uwe Hasebrink, Sascha Hölig and Martin Barker: ‘Special Section Introduction: Multi-method audience research [COST Action]’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 643-7.

Schrøder, Kim Christian: ‘Methodological pluralism as a vehicle of qualitative generalization’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 798-825.

Schuitema, Karian: ‘A provocation: Researching the diverse child audience in the UK’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 175-90.

Scolari, Carlos: ‘Lost in the borderlines between user-generated content and the cultural industry’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 414-7.

Seamon, David: ‘A Geography of Lifeworld in Retrospect: A Response to Shaun Moores’, Participations, Volume 3:2, November 2006.

Sedgman, Kirsty: ‘Introduction to Part 1 (Theatre Audiences): Be reasonable! On institutions, values, voices’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 123-32.

Selfe, Melanie: ‘Inflected Accounts and Irreversible Journeys’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Shreim, Nour: ‘Tweeting the Olympics: Transcending national, religious and gender identities on BBC Arabic’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 531-48.

Siibak, Andra, Nicoletta Vittadini & Galit Nimrod: ‘Generations as Media Audiences: An Introduction’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp.100-7.

Skopal, Pavel: ‘“It is not enough we have lost the war – now we have to watch it!”: Cinemagoers attitudes in the Soviet occupation zone of Germany (a case study from Leipzig)’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 497-521.

Skopal, Pavel: ‘Letters to the Heroes: Exhibition and reception of Hanzelka and Zikmund’s travelogues in Czechoslovakia of the 1950s’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 58-77.

Skuse, Andrew & Marie Gillespie: ‘Designs, devices and development: Audience research as creative resource in the making of an Afghan radio drama’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Smets, Kevin: ‘Connecting Islam and film culture: The reception of The Message (Ar Risalah) among the Moroccan diaspora’, Participations, Volume 9:1, May 2012, pp. 68-94.

Smith, Anne Collins & Owen M. Smith: ‘Pragmatism and Meaning: Assessing the Message of Star Trek: The Original Series’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 74-84.

Smith, Eve: ‘Selling Terry Pratchett’s Discworld: Merchandising and the Cultural Economy of Fandom’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 239-56.

Spanò, Carmen: ‘Audience engagement with multi-level fictional universes: The case of Game of Thrones and its Italian fans’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 625-55.

Spiliopoulou, Anastasia-Yvoni, Simon Mahony, Vassilis Routsis & Christina Kamposiori: ‘Cultural institutions in the digital age: British Museums use of Facebook Insights’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 286-303.

St Louis Court Brief, The: ‘Debating audience effects in public’, Participations, Volume 1:1, November 2003.

Staiger, Janet: ‘Cabinets of Transgression: Collecting and Arranging Hollywood Images’, Participations, Volume 1:3, 2005.

Stark, Birgit & Andy Kaltenbrunner: ‘There is no such thing as a convergence continuum aiming towards the perfect solution’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 365-70.

Stark, Birgit & Ina von Holly: ‘Social media is not a threat but a reward for companies!’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 371-4.

Stark, Birgit & Svenja Bergerhoff: ‘News media use in Germany on multiple media platforms: A Q-methodological analysis of news repertoires’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 253-67.

Stehling, Miriam, Juliane Finger & Ana Jorge: ‘Comparative audience research: A review of cross-national and cross-media audience studies’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 321-33.

Steiner, Ann: ‘Private Criticism in the Public Sphere: Personal writing on literature in readers’ reviews on Amazon’, Participations, Volume 5:2, November 2008.

Stevens, Kirsten: ‘Between Like and Love: Cinephilia and connected viewing in film festival audiences’ Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 660-81.

Sturm, Damion & Andrew McKinney: ‘Affective hyper-consumption and immaterial labors of love: Theorizing sport fandom in the age of new media’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 357-62.

Svensson, Alexander & Dan Hassoun: ‘“Scream into your phone”: Second screen horror and controlled interactivity’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 170-92.

Taylor, Lisa: ‘“He’s … making our North”: Affective engagements with place in David Hockney’s landscapes from “A Bigger Picture”‘, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 134-57.

Toffell, Gil: ‘Cinema-going from Below: The Jewish film audience in interwar Britain’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 522-38.

Toone, Ashton, Amanda Nell Edgar & Kelly Ford: ‘“She made angry Black woman something that people would want to be”: Lemonade and Black women as audiences and subjects’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 203-25.

Torres da Silva, Marisa: ‘What do users have to say about online news comments? Readers’ accounts and expectations of public debate and online moderation: a case study’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015.

Torres da Silva, Marisa, Maria José Brites, Rita Figueiras, Sílvio Correia Santos, Inês Amaral, Lídia Marôpo, Pedro Jerónimo, Paula Espírito Santo & Liliana Pacheco:  ‘Between traditional and social media: news repertoires in Portugal’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 283-300.

Torres da Silva, Marisa: ‘Professional views on letters-to-the-editor as a means of audience participation’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 428-31.

Treveri Gennari, Daniela & Silvia Dibeltulo: ‘“It existed indeed … it was all over the papers”: memories of film censorship in 1950s Italy’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 235-48.

Treveri-Gennari, Daniela, Catherine O’Rawe & Danielle Hipkins: ‘In Search of Italian Cinema Audiences in the 1940s and 1950s: Gender, genre and national identity’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 539-53.

Trobia, Alberto: ‘Selecting significant respondents from large audience datasets: The case of the World Hobbit Project’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 440-68.

Trültzsch-Wijnen, Sascha & Vanda de Sousa: ‘Watching The Hobbit in two European countries: The views of younger audiences and readers in Austria and Portugal’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 469-95.

Turner, Simon: ‘District Thailand: Identification, spectatorship, and The Hunger Games in Thailand’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 88-107.

Vainikka, Eliisa & Juha Herkman: ‘Generation of content-producers? The reading and media production practices of young adults’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 118-38.

Vainikka, Eliisa, Elina Noppari & Janne Seppänen: ‘Exploring tactics of public intimacy on Instagram’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 108-28.

Van Damme, Kristin & Joëlle Swart: ‘Cross-medial news usage in the Dutch-language region: A comparative study of news repertoires in the Netherlands and Flanders’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 484-503.

Van Damme, Kristin, Christian Kobbernagel & Kim Christian Schrøder: Comparing European citizens’ news media repertoires across nations: A second-order factor analysis approach to explore cross-national patterns’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 437-63.

Van Damme, Kristin: ‘In Flanders Fields: News media repertoires in Dutch-speaking Belgium’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 301-23.

van de Goor, Sophie Charlotte: ‘“You must be new here”: Reinforcing the good fan’, Participations, Volume 12:2, November 2015, pp. 275-95.

Van de Vijver, Lies: ‘The cinema is dead, long live the cinema!: Understanding the social experience of cinema-going today’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 129-44.

Van Leeckwyck, Robin, Geoffroy Patriarche & Marie Dufrasne: ‘Doing one’s shopping in the ‘supermarket of news’: News media repertoires in French-speaking Belgium’, Participations, Volume 14:2, November 2017, pp. 324-43.

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’, Participations, Volume 13:2, November 2016, pp. 496-518.

Vélez-Serna, María Antonia: ‘The Construction of Popular Taste According to Colombian Filmmakers of the 1940s’, Participations, Volume 5:1, May 2008.

Vellar, Agnese: ‘The recording industry and grassroots marketing: From street teams to flash mobs’, Participations, Volume 9:1, May 2012, pp. 95-118.

Vesnic-Alujevic, Lucia & Maria Francesca Murru: ‘Digital audiences’ disempowerment: Participation or free labour’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 422-30.

Vesnic-Alujevic, Lucia: ‘Online strategies of members of the European parliament’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 432-5.

Villi, Mikko: ‘Social curation in audience communities: UDC (User-distributed Content) in the networked media ecosystem’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 614-32.

Vivar, Rosana: ‘A film bacchanal: Playfulness and audience sovereignty in San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 234-51.

Vobic, Igor & Ana Milojevic: ‘Societal roles of online journalists in Slovenia and Serbia: Self-perceptions in relation to the audience and print journalists’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp.469-91.

Vobic, Igor: ‘Rethinking social life of radio news: Slovenian public radio journalists’ perceptions of audience interactivity’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 421-4.

Völcker, Matthias: ‘“Spoiler!? I’m completely painless, I read everything”: Fans and spoilers – results of a mixed method study’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 145-69.

Vörös, Florian: ‘Performing the unaffected audience: “Mature and responsible” men accounting for their pornographic fantasies’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 249-63.

Voss, Alex & Marzieh Asgari-Targhi: ‘The inescapable history and politics of Anglo-Iranian relations: Audience engagement with BBC Persian on social media during the London 2012 Olympics’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 549-76.

Vozab, Dina, Eugen Jakovcic & Saša Šegrt: ‘Croatian civil society and media from the perspective of two civil society organisations’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 390-4.

Walker, Becky: ‘The L Word fan fiction: Reimagining intimate partner violence’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Waysdorf, Abby & Stijn Reijnders: ‘The role of imagination in the film tourist experience: The case of Game of Thrones’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 170-91.

Weaver, Simon: ‘Definitions of the humorous in Chris Rock and Russell Peters’ fan blogs: A discussion of the problem of incongruity’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 257-75.

Webb, Alban: ‘A leap of imagination: BBC audience research over the iron curtain’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Weir, Kenneth & Stephen Dunne: ‘The connoisseurship of the condemned: A Serbian Film, The Human Centipede 2 and the appreciation of the abhorrent’, Participations, Volume 11:2, November 2014, pp. 78-99.

White, Daniel: ‘Middle-earth Music: The sonic inhabitation of a fantasy world’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 488-511.

White, Gregor: ‘Special Section Introduction, Moving Targets’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 168-71.

Whiteman, Natasha, Joanne Metivier: ‘From post-object to “Zombie” fandoms: The “deaths” of online fan communities and what they say about us’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 270-98.

Wiard, Victor & David Domingo: ‘Fragmentation versus convergence: University students in Brussels and the consumption of TV series on the Internet’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 94-113.

Wilding, Colin M.: Numbers that count: Measuring the BBC World Service global audience. Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Wilkinson, Julie: ‘Dissatisfied ghosts:  Theatre spectatorship and the production of cultural value’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 133-53.

Williams, Rebecca: ‘“Wandering off into soap land”: Fandom, genre and shipping The West Wing’, Participations, Volume 8:1, May 2011.

Willis, Alistair, Ali Fisher & Ilia Lvov: ‘Mapping networks of influence: Tracking Twitter conversations through time and space’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 494-530.

Wilson, Anna: ‘“Playing the Game”: Authenticity and invitation in Ontroerend Goed’s Audience’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 333-48.

Wilson, Nathan A.: ‘Divisive Comedy: A Critical Examination of Audience Power’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 276-91.

Witchel, Harry J., Carina E.I. Westling, Julian Tee, Aoife Healy, Robert Needham & Nachiappan Chockalingam: ‘What does not happen: Quantifying embodied engagement using NIMI and self-adaptors’, Participations, Volume 11:1, May 2014, pp. 304-31.

Wolf, Mark J.P: ‘Foreword: Exploring imaginary worlds’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 476-8.

Woo, Benjamin: ‘Understanding understandings of comics: Reading and collecting as media-oriented practices’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 180-99.

Woo, Celeste: ‘Communal Heritage vs. Crucible of Honor: The Function of Audience in Olivier’s & Branagh’s Henry V’, Participations, Volume 2:2, December 2005.

Wood, Karen: ‘An investigation into audiences’ televisual experience of Strictly Come Dancing’, Participations, Volume 7:2, November 2010.

Wozniak, Jan: ‘The value of being together? Audiences in Punchdrunk’s The Drowned Man’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 318-32.

Wroot, Jonathan: ‘Reviewing distinctive DVD experiences: NEO Magazine and the critical reception of Asian media distributors’, Participations, Volume 12:1, May 2015, pp. 82-101.

Yeatman, Bevin: ‘Still seeking the audience’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 644-60.

Yecies, Brian, Jie Yang, Aegyung Shim, Kai Soh & Matthew Berryman: ‘The Douban online social media barometer and the Chinese reception of Korean popular culture flows’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 114-38.

Zaborowski, Rafal & Fredrik Dhaenens: ‘Old topics, old approaches? “Reception” in television studies and music studies’, Participations, Volume 13:1, May 2016, pp. 446-61.

Zaborowski, Rafal: ‘Simple unchanging stories about things we already know’: Japanese youth and popular songs’, Participations, Volume 9:2, November 2012, pp. 386-404.

Zamora, Diego, Karl Monsen & Rocio von Jungenfeld: ‘Crafting public space: Findings from an interdisciplinary outdoor workshop on 3D printing’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 201-19.

Zamora, Rocío & Wayne Wanta: ‘The influence of a mediating source – my friend – is now spreading the influence to others who may not have seen the news reports’, Participations, Volume 10:1, May 2013, pp. 418-20.

Zanker, Ruth: ‘Child audiences becoming interactive viewsers: New Zealand children’s responses to websites attached to local children’s television programmes’, Participations, Volume 8:2, November 2011, pp. 661-84.

Zenor, Jason & Clarissa Smith: ‘Introduction: Perceptions of censorship’, Participations, Volume 14:1, May 2017, pp. 192-95.

Zhou, Egret Lulu: ‘Displeasure, star-chasing and the transcultural networking fandom’, Participations, Volume 10:2, November 2013, pp. 139-67.

 

 

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