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Barker, Martin und Kate Brooks: Knowing Audiences. Judge Dredd, its Friends, Fans, and Foes. Luton: Univ. of Luton Press, 1998. (328 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1860205496
BibTeX citation key: Barker1998
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Categories: General
Keywords: "Judge Dredd", Adaption, Comic-Verfilmung, Diskursanalyse, Fankultur, Großbritannien, Rezeption
Creators: Barker, Brooks
Publisher: Univ. of Luton Press (Luton)
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Abstract
Exploring the influence action films have on audiences, this book considers how people relate to and are influenced by such films as Judge Dredd. While a considerable amount of audience research has been done within the media studies tradition, the scope of the research has not previously been limited to the audiences of these types of film. This study delves specifically into audiences of this specific genre of film, which has been a mainstay of Hollywood since the mid-1970s.

Table of Contents

1. Why Study Judge Dredd
2. Boys from the Club 
3. What Do Audiences Do? 
4. Problems of Knowing Audiences 
5. Perils and Delights of Discourse Analysis 
6. Mapping the Pleasures of a Film 
7. Six Orientations to Judge Dredd 
8. Global and Local Histories 
9. Making of a Film 
10. Who Cares about Dredd? 
11. Understanding a ‘Bargained Response’ 
12. Judging Futures 
13. What Is to Be Done (but Probably Won’t Be) 


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