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Navigating the Media Environment: How Youth Claim a Place through Zines.

@article{Chu1997NavigatingTM,
  title={Navigating the Media Environment: How Youth Claim a Place through Zines.},
  author={J. Chu},
  journal={Social Justice},
  year={1997},
  volume={24},
  pages={71-85}
}
  • J. Chu
  • Published 1997
  • Sociology
  • Social Justice
  • Introduction Zine: A small handmade amateur publication done purely out of passion, rarely making money or breaking even. Sounds like zeen. Not short for "magazine" or written with an apostrophe (`zine), though the derivation is from the word "fanzine." --R. Seth Friedman (1996), publisher of Factsheet Five [Zines are] where the action is, where information (and disinformation) is free...the few thousand publishers and the few million readers are the ones at the cutting edge of social change… CONTINUE READING
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