Introduction

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Authors: Innes, A.

Editors: Ortigara, A.

Publisher: Health Professions Press

Place of Publication: Baltimore, MD, USA

ISBN: 978-1878812841

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Authors: Pullen, C.

Editors: Pullen, C. and Cooper, M.

http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415998673/

Pages: 1-13

Publisher: Routledge

Place of Publication: New York

ISBN: 9780415998673

This introduction foregounds the the potential of LGBT identity within online new media. Offering a hypotheis which establishes the areas of 'Youth Culture', 'Commodity Networks' 'Fan Cultures', 'Body Discourses' and 'Community Spaces', a central point of examination is the social agency of new media producers.

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Authors: Giese, M., Ireland, A. and Kovács, L.

Volume: 45

Pages: 1097-1100

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Authors: Pullen, C.

Pages: 1-13

ISBN: 9780203855430

DOI: 10.4324/9780203855430

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Authors: Egger, R. and Buhalis, D.

Pages: 1-3

ISBN: 9780080942865

DOI: 10.4324/9780080942865

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Authors: Walravens, N.

Pages: 1-+

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