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Theorizing Text as Practice in the New Media Age

Susan Yell
2007 MEDIANZ Media Studies Journal of Aotearoa New Zealand  
paradigm of an aesthetic object.  ...  This problematises a notion of new media textuality which relies on an aesthetic concept of the text.  ... 
doi:10.11157/medianz-vol10iss1id72 fatcat:l7p7jyobincx7lhfznthw7h3z4

A Four-Sided Model for Reading Hypertext Fiction

Hans K. Rustad
2009 Hyperrhiz  
In addition to these three modes I will argue for a fourth mode of reading hypertext fiction.  ...  I will not pursue the issue of a hypertextual competence (or a multimodal hypertextual competence) here.  ...  These features highlight a "genre-belonging" and direct the reader towards a genre recognition which guides the reader in his approach and response.  ... 
doi:10.20415/hyp/006.e01 fatcat:lgvwmb6hejdudmx45eapz4gauq

Towards a History of Electronic Literature

Urszula Pawlicka
2014 CLCWeb  
Volume 16 (2014) Issue 5 Article 2 T To ow wa ar rd ds a H s a Hi is st tor ory of E y of Elec lectr tronic Lit onic Lite er ra atur ture e U Urs rsz zul ula P a Pa aw wlick licka a  ...  Bolter's assumption that the computer is "a new writing system and provides us with a new kind of book" (224) moved toward the conclusion that computer literacy is semiotic.  ...  Another transitional sub-phase in theories of electronic literature is that of the semiotic approach.  ... 
doi:10.7771/1481-4374.2619 fatcat:4fgxgxqftndctdoe67lz4bs6rq

The abstract structure of the aesthetic sign

Elize Bisanz
2002 Sign Systems Studies  
approaches of the aesthetic sign.  ...  In classifying the system of art as a language, both theoreticians space out the structure of art and determine it as the intersection of the synchronic and the diachronic aesthetic discourse.  ...  and a communicative role of the painting-art within an artificial sign-system.  ... 
doi:10.12697/sss.2002.30.2.21 fatcat:mdmhsfigy5fepkrtc2ospfyqhm

Semiotics in Haroun Hashem Rashid Lyrics Relying on the Theory of Pierce

Ahmad Mohammadi Nejad Pashaki, Ahmad Reza Hidarian Shahri, Kolsom Seedighi
2016 International Journal of English Linguistics  
This approach, which uses linguistics, sociology, literature, and so forth is an efficient method of analysis.  ...  <p>Today semiotics mainly influenced by Pierce's thoughts and demarches has become an independent discipline which is used as an interdisciplinary aspect of text analysis.  ...  For example, according to the verbs used in the poem, it can be realized that toward what aspect of the narrative poem the poet is approaching.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijel.v6n7p31 fatcat:ypqehgmbzze5bnzviaj4jpmztu

Making and Breaking Space: Rethinking Montage in Digital Writing

Will Luers
2020 Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge  
Vernacular digital writing is a semiotic space full of intervals. Montage is ubiquitous.  ...  Drawing on the montage theories of Eisenstein, Benjamin, and Kluge, I explore works of digital fiction that favor fragmentation over immersion as a way toward a cognitively expansive narrative unity.  ...  In a more recent work of hypertext, With Those We Love Alive by Porpentine, an initial spatial continuity gives way to a broken dreamscape.  ... 
doi:10.20415/rhiz/036.e07 fatcat:vfpsehj3dvbz7eyby2qo52j7j4

Multimedia news storytelling: Semiotic-narratological foundations

Pilar Sánchez-García, Ramón Salaverría
2019 El Profesional de la Informacion  
The semiotic analysis of the coherence of multilingual text allows us to describe a narrative system in which hierarchies are established in the journalistic story.  ...  the one who contributes the journalistic approach; -an interactive reception, the backbone of the multimedia journalistic narrative.  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2019.may.03 fatcat:uivixxj74vcjbjeqo6zvfyjc6a

Page 4451 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 81, Issue 10 [page]

1994 Psychological Abstracts  
[from the chapter] — if we define interactive fiction as a piece of fiction in which the physical movements of the reader are an intended and integrated part of the aesthetic experience by virtue of the  ...  Jorgensen Logic grammar and the triadic sign relation - Per Hasle Meaning and machine: Toward a semiotics of interaction - Per Aage Brandt Part II—The rhetoric of interactive media Introduction [by] Berit  ... 

Semiotics in Design Education. Semiotics by Design

Michela Deni, Salvatore Zingale
2017 The Design Journal  
Design is one of the most productive field where Semiotics plays an important role in University programs.  ...  The role of semiotics as a crossing discipline emerges and is gains value in design projects.  ...  Since the purpose of any project -be it an artifact, service or system -is always a form of social mediation which conveys values, beliefs, forms of co-existence etc., semiotics must be viewed as a "mechanism  ... 
doi:10.1080/14606925.2017.1352658 fatcat:zz6as2w3hzbabcnqjf7lysi7zq

The New Knowledge Management and Online Research and Publishing in the Humanities

Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek
2001 CLCWeb  
and system in a socio-semiotic context.  ...  Here, the theoretical points of departure are notions found, in addition to the systemic and empirical approach, in socio-semiotics, and Niklas Luhmann's social interaction and systemic approach (see  ... 
doi:10.7771/1481-4374.1106 fatcat:g7hf7ghxnbeq7d2fg6byh2ilra

Multimodality in Translation and Interpreting Studies: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives [chapter]

Luis Pérez González
2014 A Companion to Translation Studies  
The focus then shifts towards the generative potential of digital communication technology as a catalyst for the emergence of new syncretic semiotic configurations across a range of texts and communicative  ...  Over the last decade, a range of theoretical and methodological developments has brought to the fore the contribution that non-verbal semiotics makes to written and spoken texts as loci of translation  ...  Since Jakobson first defined intersemiotic translation as "an interpretation of verbal signs by means of signs of nonverbal sign systems" (1959/2000) , scholars have proposed a range of terms to categorize  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118613504.ch9 fatcat:mnpj3hyfl5hw5hhzbb6jdv7d7m

Denotative and connotative semantics in hypermedia: proposal for a semiotic-aware architecture

Frank Nack, Lynda Hardman
2001 New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia  
C e n t r u m v o o r W i s k u n d e e n I n f o r m a t i c a INformation Systems Denotative and connotative semantics in hypermedia: Proposal for a semiotic-aware architecture  ...  The development of the demonstrator was funded by GMD-IPSI in Germany.  ...  Finally, we wish to thank the anonymous reviewers of NRHM for their detailed and valuable comments. Part of this research was funded under the Dutch NWO research projects Dynamo and ToKeN 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13614560108914725 fatcat:hialsut7sjgdxaywppmkuprtb4

Immersion vs. Interactivity: Virtual Reality and Literary Theory

Marie-Laure Ryan
1999 SubStance  
The aesthetics of immersion is currently being replaced-primarily in "high culture" but the tendency is now stretching toward popular culture--by an aesthetics of textuality.  ...  This world no longer functions for the imagination as an actual world--this is to say, as an ontological center--but is expelled toward the periphery of the modal system, where it acquires the status of  ...  These modes of interactivity have yet to solve the problem of design, but they point the way toward a solution of the conflict between immersion and interactivity: turn language into a dramatic performance  ... 
doi:10.1353/sub.1999.0015 fatcat:ssfir6bchzbatofobhkltempzu

Immersion vs. Interactivity: Virtual Reality and Literary Theory

Marie-Laure Ryan
1994 Postmodern Culture  
The aesthetics of immersion is currently being replaced-primarily in "high culture" but the tendency is now stretching toward popular culture--by an aesthetics of textuality.  ...  This world no longer functions for the imagination as an actual world--this is to say, as an ontological center--but is expelled toward the periphery of the modal system, where it acquires the status of  ...  These modes of interactivity have yet to solve the problem of design, but they point the way toward a solution of the conflict between immersion and interactivity: turn language into a dramatic performance  ... 
doi:10.1353/pmc.1994.0058 fatcat:nttonqztundjddt5nuaydlhclq

DESIGN RESEARCH AS A GESTURE OF SHOWING [chapter]

2020 Not at Your Service  
If we approach design research as an aesthetic practice from an epistemological perspective, first we have to ask how the artefacts of this practice are made.  ...  It is, rather, about depicting and exploring the relationalism of an object to a medium within a system of representation.  ...  This is worked out in practice (the how), corresponding to a singular approach.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783035622751-018 fatcat:fg36vrpi3vbcnonjxxxnfmxlwy
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