Items where SHU Author is "Deller, Ruth"

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DELLER, Ruth and MURPHY, Kathryn (2018). ‘Zoella hasn’t really written a book, she’s written a cheque’: Mainstream media representations of YouTube celebrities. European journal of cultural studies.

DELLER, Ruth (2016). A companion to reality television. Information, communication & society, 19 (12), 1803-1805.

DELLER, Ruth (2016). Star image, celebrity reality television and the fame cycle. Celebrity Studies, 7 (3).

ATTWOOD, Fiona and DELLER, Ruth A (2015). Introduction: Transforming the makeover. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 18 (3), 263-267.

DELLER, Ruth (2015). Religion as a makeover : reality, lifestyle and spiritual transformation. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 18 (3), 291-303.

DELLER, Ruth (2015). Starstruck: the business of celebrity. Celebrity Studies, 6 (1), 140-142.

DELLER, Ruth A and TILTON, Shane (2015). Selfies as charitable meme : charity and national identity in the #nomakeupselfie and #thumbsupforstephen campaigns. International Journal of Communication, 9 (5), 1788-1805.

DELLER, Ruth (2015). Simblr famous and SimSecret infamous : performance, community norms and shaming among Sims fans. Transformative Works and Cultures, 18.

DELLER, Ruth (2014). The art of Neighbours gaming : Facebook, fan-crafted games and humour. Intensities : The Journal of Cult Media, 7, 97-106.

DELLER, Ruth A, HARMAN, Sarah and JONES, Bethan (2013). Introduction to the special issue: Reading the Fifty Shades 'phenomenon'. Sexualities, 16 (8), 859-863.

DELLER, Ruth A and SMITH, Clarissa (2013). Reading the BDSM romance : reader responses to fifty shades. Sexualities, 16 (8), 932-950.

BURY, Rhiannon, DELLER, Ruth A, GREENWOOD, Adam and JONES, Bethan (2013). From Usenet to Tumblr: the changing role of social media. Participations: journal of audience and reception studies, 10 (1).

DELLER, Ruth A (2011). Twittering on: Audience research and participation using Twitter. Participations, 8 (1), 216-245.

Book Section

BELL, Stuart and DELLER, Ruth (2018). Endings in soap opera: Fan anticipation, speculation and reaction to EastEnders’ 30th anniversary storyline. In: WILLIAMS, Rebecca, (ed.) Everybody hurts: Endings and transitions in fandom. University of Iowa Press, 87-100.

DELLER, Ruth (2018). Ethics in fan studies research. In: BOOTH, Paul, (ed.) A companion to media fandom and fan studies. Wiley, 87-100.

DELLER, Ruth (2016). Outdoor queueing, knicker throwing and 100th birthday greetings : newspaper narratives of mature female fans. In: BENNETT, Lucy and BOOTH, Paul, (eds.) Seeing Fans : Representations of Fandom in Media and Popular Culture. Bloomsbury Academic, 197-207.

DELLER, Ruth A (2014). A decade in the lives of online fan communities. In: DUITS, Linda, ZWAAN, Koos and REIJNDERS, Stijn, (eds.) The Ashgate research companion to fan cultures. Ashgate Research Companions . Farnham, Ashgate, 237-248.

DELLER, Ruth A (2013). The 7/7 Bus. In: BENNETT, Peter and MACDOUGALL, Julian, (eds.) Barthes' "Mythologies" today : readings of contemporary culture. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies . Routledge, 118-121.

DELLER, Ruth A (2012). Gender performance in American Idol, Pop Idol and The X Factor. In: ZWAAN, Koos and DE BRUIN, Joost, (eds.) Adapting idols: authenticity, identity and performance in a global television format. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series . Farnham, Ashgate, 181-194.

DELLER, Ruth A. (2010). 'What the World Needs... is a Doctor'. In: SMITHKA, Paula and LEWIS, Courtland, (eds.) Doctor Who and Philosophy. Chicago, Open Court, 239-247.

DELLER, Ruth Safer Spaces. In: GORDON, Uri and KINNA, Ruth, (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Radical Politics. Routledge.


ALSOLAMY, Fahd (2017). Social networking in higher education: academics' attitudes, uses, motivations and concerns. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

DELLER, Ruth (2012). Faith in view: religion and pirituality in factual British television 2000-2009. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

SAPUTRO, Kurniawan A. (2010). Engaged audiences in the mediated disaster of Mount Merapi in Indonesia 2010. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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