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"Fan fiction" in komunikacijski krog knjige : magistrsko delo
ID Hari, Andreja (Author), ID Blatnik, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Ne glede na fanovstvo oboževalci ustvarjajo besedila, računalniško obdelane slike, avatarje, računalniško obdelane videoposnetke, ocene, analize itd. kot odziv na izvirno delo, ki jih je prvotno navdihnilo. Z istim namenom nastajajo tudi "fan fiction" zgodbe, ki so tesno vezane na izvirna dela. Predvsem leta 2011 s prodorom "fan fiction" avtorice E. L. James na profitni trg s svojo trilogijo 50 odtenkov sive je "fan fiction" prejel večjo pozornost. Njeno delo je bilo v osnovi "fan fiction" zgodba s knjižnega fanovstva Somrak, avtorice Stephenie Meyer. Od tu izvira ideja magistrske naloge, ki "fan fiction" dela primerja z Darntonovim komunikacijskim krogom knjige. Naloga pregleda široko področje "fan fiction" del, od zgodovine, oblik do pregleda nad tujimi in slovenskimi spletnimi arhivi in tudi fanzini. V nadaljevanju se avtorica naveže še na komunikacijski krog knjige, kjer primerja "fan fiction" na točkah komunikacijskega kroga. V sklopu raziskave je bilo izvedenih pet intervjujev s slovenskimi avtoricami "fan fiction" zgodb, vprašanja so bila osnovana na primerjavi "fan fiction" zgodb s komunikacijskim krogom knjige in so zajemala tako poglede s strani avtorstva, kot branja "fan fiction" del.No matter what fandom it is, fans create texts, fanarts, avatars, fanvideos, reviews, analysis etc. as a reply to original work that inspired them. Fan fiction stories come to life with same purpose and are tightly connected to the canon. Fan fiction mainly gained bigger attention in 2011 with E.L. James's trilogy 50 shades of grey and its entrance into profit publishing market. Her work was primary a fan fiction story based on literal fandom of Twilight written by Stephenie Meyer. This is the origin for master thesis that compares fan fiction with Darnton's book communication circuit. The work overviews broad area of fan fiction from it's history, forms to foreign and Slovenian web archives and fanzines. Further, the author includes comparison between fan fiction and segments of the communication circuit. Research included five interviews with Slovenian fan fiction authors, questions based on the comparison between fan fiction and communication circuit and included the view of authors as well as readers.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:založništvo, slovensko založništvo, ljubiteljska kultura, komunikacijski krog knjige, Slovenija, magistrska dela bolonjskega programa
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2014
Publisher:[A. Hari]
Number of pages:76 f.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:655.4/.5(497.4):314.7(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:55780962 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:08.09.2015
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