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Vol 3, No 1 & 2

Popular Culture Studies Journal
Volume 3, Issue 1 & 2

Editor: Bob Batchelor

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EDITORIAL: Popular Culture Theory 2.0

Bob Batchelor

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"Wake up and smell the internet, Grandma": Literacy, Masculinity, and Sexulityin Modern Family and Fan Culture

Laura A. Detmering

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Prisoners and Guards: Bob Dylan, George Jackson, and Popular Memory

Theodore G. Petersen

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Interactivity in Contemporary Gothic Horror Cinema

Maria Beville

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All Too Human: Xander Harris and the Embodiment of the Fully Human

Andrew F. Herrmann and Art Herbig

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Becoming "Boss" in La reina del sur: Negotiating Gender in a NarcotelenovelaJennifer C. Dunn and Rogelia Lily Ibarra

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The Lyrics of Leiber and Stoller: A Cultural Analysis

Anthony Esposito

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INTERVIEW: The Popular Culture Studies Journal Interview

Patricia Leavy (int. Norma Jones)

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SPECIAL ISSUE: Connecting the Personal and the Popular: Autoethnography and Popular Culture

Jimmie Manning and Tony Adams (Guest Editors)

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Popular Culture Studies and Autoethnography: An Essay on Method

Jimmie Manning and Tony Adams

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Lights, Camera, Silence: How Casting Processes Foster Compliance in Film and Television Performers

Stephanie Patrick

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Living the Romance through Castle: Exploring Autoethnography, Popular Culture and Romantic Television Narratives

Michaela D. E. Meyer

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The Makings of a Boyfriend: Doing Sexuality through Parasocial Relationships

M. Cuellar

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Still Standing, Still Here: Lessons Learned from Mediated Mentors in My Academic Journey

Janice D. Hamlet

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Skin Tone and Popular Culture: My Story as a Dark-Skinned Black Woman

Renata Ferdinand

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Taking Out the Trash: Using Critical Autoethnography to Challenge Representations of White Working-Class People in Popular Culture

Tasha R. Rennels

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Belonging in Movement: Appalachian Racial Formation, White Flight, and Lived Experience

Sandra Carpenter

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The Evil Woodcutter and the Amazon Jungle: What Comics Have Taught Me About the Environment

Moana Luri de Almeida

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Popular Fictions and Unspeakable Family Stories: Weaving an Autoethnography through Shame and Deviance

L. N. Badger

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Embracing the F Word: Growing Up as a Reluctant Feminist

Linda Levitt

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Raising (Razing?) Princess: Autoethnographic Reflections on Motherhood and the Princess Culture

Sherianne Shuler

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Pretty Pretty Princesses: Hegemonic Femininity and Designated Masculinity

Gary T. Strain

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Using Celebrities to Teach Autoethnography: Reflexivity, Disability, and Stigma

Julie-Anne Scott

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