Patterns of reception in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden : In search of interpretive communities
Hirsjärvi, I., Kovala, U., & Ruotsalainen, M. (2016). Patterns of reception in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden : In search of interpretive communities. Participations : Journal of Audience and Reception Studies, 13(2), 263-288. http://www.participations.org/Volume%2013/Issue%202/s1/6.pdf
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This paper focuses on the search of interpretative communities across and amongst the Nordics. First the idea of shared ‘Nordic mode of reception’ between the three Nordic countries which participated to the World Hobbit Research project is presented and investigated, after which the focus is shifted towards the examination of the possibility of the ‘country-specific profiles’. Finally it is questioned if any other background variable than nationality could explain the finding which emerge when examining the data at the level of nationalities.
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