Bibliography- Books

Books I referenced in my written work at Chelsea.

Books

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Baudrillard, J. and Glaser, S., 1994. Simulacra And Simulation. Ann Arbor:
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Baym, N. K. 2017. Personal Connections In The Digital Age. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Bedden, P., 2014. Perry Bedden’s Rocky Horror Picture Book. London: Rocky Horror
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Bentkowska-Kafel, A., Cashen, T. and Gardiner, H. 2009. Digital visual
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Booth, P., 2018. A Companion To Media Fandom And Fan Studies. Oxford: John Wiley &
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Butler, C. (2002). Post-modernism: A Very Short Introduction. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford
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Chang, H., 2008. Autoethnography As Method. New York: Taylor & Francis.

Click, M. and Scott, S., 2018. The Routledge Companion To Media Fandom. Abingdon,
Oxon: Taylor & Francis.

Duchamp, M. and Matisse, P. (1999). Notes. Paris: Flammarion.

Ellis, C., 2004. The Ethnographic I- A Methodological Novel About Autoethnography. Walnut Creek, Calif: AltaMira Press.

Fisher, M., 2014. Ghosts Of My Life. Alresford (UK): Zero books.

Freinacht, H. (2017). The listening society. 1st ed. Denmark: Metamoderna.

Gibson, W. (1994). Neuromancer. New York: Ace Books.

Grant, C. and Random Love, K., 2019. Fandom As Methodology. London: Goldsmith PR
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Gray, J., Sandvoss, C. and Harrington, C., 2017. Fandom Identities And Communities In A
Mediated World. 2nd ed. New York: New York University Press.

Guest, T., 2018. My Life In Orange. London: PROFILE Books LTD.

Guest, T., 2007. Second Lives. London: Arrow Books.

Hassan, S., 2018. Combating Cult Mind Control. 4th ed. [Kindle] Newton, MA:
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Hoffer, E., 2011. The True Believer: Thoughts On The Nature Of Mass
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Hood, B. (2011). The Self Illusion: Who do you think you are?. London: Constable.

Jaeggi, R., Neuhouser, F. and Smith, A., 2016. Alienation. New York
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Jenkins, H., 1992. Textual Poachers. London: Routledge, Chapman and Hall.

Kennedy, A. and Panton, J., 2019. From Self To Selfie- A Critique Of
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Lifton, R., 2019. Losing Reality: On Cults, Cultism, and the Mindset of
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Morozov, E., 2011. The Net Delusion. [Kindle] London: Penguin Group.

Nagle, A., 2017. Kill All Normies. [Kindle] Arlesford, Hants: Zero Books.

Negroponte, N. (1996). Being digital. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Palahniuk, C., 1996. Fight Club. [Kindle] London: Vintage Books.

Rock, M., 2005. Rocky Horror. Berlin: Schwarzkopf und Schwarzkopf.

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Stein, A., 2017. Terror, Love And Brainwashing. New York: Routledge.

Stephenson, N., 1994. Snow Crash. 1st ed. [Kindle] Penguin.

Tamboukou, M., 2016. Sewing, Fighting And Writing: Radical Practices In
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