Research Publications for Carolyn Michelle
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Michelle, C., Davis, C. H., Hardy, A. L., & Hight, C. (2017). Fans, Blockbusterisation, and the Transformation of Cinematic Desire: Global Receptions of the Hobbit Film Trilogy. Palgrave Macmillan UK. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59616-1
Michelle, C., & Davis, C. (2017). Identification, transportation, and narrative storyworlds: Insights from The Hobbit Audience Project. In Canadian Communication Association (CCA) Annual Conference. Conference held at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
Davis, C. H., Michelle, C., Hardy, A., & Hight, C. (2016). Making global audiences for a Hollywood ‘blockbuster’ feature film: Marketability, playability and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012). Journal of Fandom Studies, 4(1), 105-125.
Michelle, C., Hardy, A., Hight, C., & Davis, C. H. (2016). A new approach to studying audiences: Mapping global receptions of The Hobbit film trilogy using Q methodology. In What is Media?: Experience, Exploration, Emergence. Conference held at University of Oregon, Portland.
Schmidt, J., Michelle, C., & Simon-Kumar, R. (2016). Editorial: Women's Studies Journal. Women's Studies Journal, 30(2), 3-5.
Hardy, A. L., Davis, C. H., Michelle, C., & Hight, C. (2015). Still a spiritual journey? Changing audience reactions to The Hobbit film trilogy. In PopCAANZ 6th Annual International Conference (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand). Conference held at Massey University Campus, Welliington, New Zealand.
Hardy, A., Michelle, C., Davis, C. H., & Hight, C. (2015). 'If this is Tolkien, I do not want it. Take it away please! Why does it hurt so much?' Understanding pleasure and disaffection among viewers of The Hobbit film trilogy. In Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) 2015: Rethinking Communication, Space and Identity. Conference held at Queenstown, New Zealand.
Michelle, C., Davis, C. H., & Vladica, F. (2015). Understanding variation in audience engagement and response: An application of the composite model to receptions of Avatar. In Z. Vukanovic, J. B. Lesourd, & S. Wildman (Eds.), Consumption and Branding Value Networks in New Media Markets (Vol. 1, pp. 245-280). Mediaxxi-Formalpress.
Simon-Kumar, R., Michelle, C., & Schmidt, J. M. (2015). (Editor) Women's Studies Journal. Women's Studies Journal, 29(2).
Michelle, C., Davis, C. H., Hight, C., & Hardy, A. L. (2015). The Hobbit hyperreality paradox: Polarization among audiences for a 3D high frame rate film. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, -online, 1-22. doi:10.1177/1354856515584880