Star Trek - Research Article from St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture

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Asherman, Allan, and Kevin Ryan, editors. The Star Trek Compendium. New York, Pocket, 1993.

Bjorklund, Edi. "Women and Star Trek Fandom." Minerva. Vol. 24,No. 2, 1986, 16-65.

Blair, Karin. "Sex and Star Trek. " Science-Fiction Studies. Vol. 10,No. 2, 1983, 292-97.

Dillard, J.M. Star Trek: Where No One Has Gone Before. New York, Pocket, 1996.

Harrison, Taylor, et al, editors. Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek. Boulder, Colorado, Westview, 1996.

Jindra, Michael. " Star Trek Fandom as a Religious Phenomenon."Sociology of Religion. Vol. 55, No. 1, 1994, 27-51.

Okuda, Michael, et al, editors. The Star Trek Encyclopedia. New York, Pocket, 1997.

Reeves-Stevens. The Art of Star Trek: Thirty Years of Creating the Future. New York, Pocket, 1997.

Richards, Thomas. The Meaning of Star Trek. New York, Doubleday, 1997.

Shatner, William. Star Trek Memories. New York, Harper Collins, 1994.

Solow, Herbert F., and Robert H. Justman. Inside Star Trek: The Real Story. New York, Pocket, 1997.

Worland, Rick. "Captain Kirk: Cold Warrior." Journal...

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