- Books

Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise

Bitten by Twilight Youth Culture Media and the Vampire Franchise Focusing on the wildly successful Twilight series this collection of scholarly essays examines the phenomenon from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives Particular attention is paid to

  • Title: Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise
  • Author: Melissa A. Click Jennifer Stevens Aubrey Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz
  • ISBN: 9781433108945
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • Focusing on the wildly successful Twilight series, this collection of scholarly essays examines the phenomenon from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives Particular attention is paid to cultural, social, and economic aspects of the series and to the recurrent messages about youth, gender roles, romance, and sexuality Essays discuss race and religion, and prFocusing on the wildly successful Twilight series, this collection of scholarly essays examines the phenomenon from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives Particular attention is paid to cultural, social, and economic aspects of the series and to the recurrent messages about youth, gender roles, romance, and sexuality Essays discuss race and religion, and provide audience analyses of young adult, adult, anti , and international fans Other chapters are political economic examinations into celebrity, tourism, and publishing With new research by established and rising scholars, this volume is a significant contribution to the growing field of youth studies and complements existing feminist cultural analyses of media texts.

    • [PDF] ↠ Free Download ↠ Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise : by Melissa A. Click Jennifer Stevens Aubrey Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz ✓
      451 Melissa A. Click Jennifer Stevens Aubrey Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ↠ Free Download ↠ Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise : by Melissa A. Click Jennifer Stevens Aubrey Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz ✓
      Posted by:Melissa A. Click Jennifer Stevens Aubrey Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz
      Published :2018-09-18T04:17:47+00:00

    1 thought on “Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise

    1. Very interesting mix of essays. I particularly liked those by Natalie Wilson, Carrie Anne Platt, Kathryn Kane and Danielle Dick McGeough.

    2. Interesting look at the Twilight series. People that love or hate the series would find this interesting simply because it does not focus entirely on positives and negatives, but instead focuses on an unbiased analysis of the series.

    3. A collection of scholarly essays in Twilight. Some of the essays were more scholarly than others, but all of them were analytical.I really enjoyed this collection and found some of the concepts were not only relevant to Twilight. For example, I really liked one essay about mother/daughter bonding through Twilight and how the mother/daughter pairs started discussing Edward and Bella, and finished by discussing relationships, their pasts or ordinary life events.I also liked other ideas about the i [...]

    4. An interesting read. Covering a variety of topics and angles on the Twilight franchise. I particularly enjoyed Natalie Wilson's Civilized Vampire Versus Savage Werewolf and Kathryn Kane's A Very Queer Refusal: The Chilling Effects of the Cullens' Heteronormative Embrace. The work also takes a close look at the marketing of Twilight within the film industry and by publishers. Perhaps the saddest statement was Marianne Martin's claim that conglomeration within the publishing industry has lead to t [...]

    5. Dry-didn't finish. I honestly don't feel that this book series merits this level of discourse. The phenomenon does, but the books themselves don't.

    6. It's not actually a story with queer ppl but it has an essay about queerness and I want to read it so I'll shelve it with the queer shelves sorry not sorry

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *