The Critical Fan Toolkit

References

The bibliography is currently a work in progress. This bibliography uses the American Phsychology Association (APA) citation format. While many of these sources include links, some of the full text will be behind paywalls. Texts from Transformative Works and Cultures, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, and Buzzfeed News are open access.

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