Fandom.com and fan-made histories
Keywords:Documentation, Fan communities, Popular culture, Wiki
Fans painstakingly document canonical texts on informational wiki-based websites such as Fandom.com, creating a widely accessible resource for fictional universes that fans can reference. Analysis of these strategies as they build sites indicates that they act as historians as they document aspects of their fandom's canon.
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