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Digital storytelling and mobile media : narrative practices with locative technologies

Author: Jason Farman
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2013.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Farman
ISBN: 9780415641487 0415641489
OCLC Number: 823552315
Description: p. cm.
Contents: Part I. Narrative and Site-Specific Authorship 1. Site-Specificity, Pervasive Computing, and the Reading Interface Jason Farman 2. The Interrelationships of Mobile Storytelling: Merging the Physical and the Digital at a National Historic Site Brett Oppegaard and Dene Grigar 3. Re-narrating the City and Constructing the Self Through Location Adriana de Souza e Silva and Jordan Frith Part II. Design and Practice 4. The Affordances and Constraints of Mobile Locative Narratives Jeff Ritchie 5. Location is Not Compelling (Until it is Haunted) Mark Sample 6. Dancing with Twitter: Mobile Narratives Become Physical Scores Susan Kozel 7. Walking-Talking: Soundscapes, Flaneurs, and the Creation of Mobile Media Narratives John Barber Part III. Space and Mapping 8. Locative Media in the City: Drawing Maps and Telling Stories Didem Ozkul and David Gauntlett 9. Paths of Movement: Negotiating Spatial Narratives Through GSP Tracking Lone Koefoed Hansen 10. On Common Ground: Here as There Paula Levine Part IV. Mobile Games 11. The Geocacher As Placemaker: Remapping Reality Through Location-Based Mobile Gameplay Ben S. Bunting, Jr. 12. Proximity and Alterity: Narratives of City, Self, and Other in the Locative Games of Blast Theory Rowan Wilken 13. Playing Stories on the Worldboard: How Game-Based Storytelling Changes in the World of Mobile Connectivity Bryan Alexander 14. 'I Heard It Faintly Whispering': Non-Locative Transmedia Design and Mobile Technology Marc Ruppel Part V. Narrative Interfaces 15. Narrative Fiction and Mobile Media After the Text-Message Novel Gerard Goggin and Caroline Hamilton 16. Stories of the Mobile: Women, Micronarratives, and Mobile Novels In Japan Larissa Hjorth 17. Telling Their Stories Through iPad Art: Narratives of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Jennifer Chatsick, Rhonda McEwen, and Anne Zbitnew Part VI. Memory, History, and Community 18. Mobile Media after 9/11: The September 11 Memorial & Museum App Alberto S. Galindo 19. Enhancing Museum Narratives: Tales of Things and UCL's Grant Museum Claire Ross, Mark Carnall, Andrew Hudson-Smith, Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras, and Steven Gray 20. Mobilizing Cities: Alternative Community Storytelling Mark C. Marino
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