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Adaptation in the age of media convergence

Author: Johannes Fehrle; Werner Schäfke-Zell
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2019.
Series: Transmedia (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This collection considers new phenomena emerging in a convergence environment from the perspective of adaptation studies. Giving an overview of the various fields and practices most prominent in convergence culture and viewing them as adaptations in a broad intertextual and intermedial sense, the contributions offer reconsiderations of theoretical concepts and practices in participatory and convergence culture.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Fehrle; Werner Schäfke-Zell
ISBN: 9789048534012 9048534011
OCLC Number: 1118692065
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Table of Contents; 1. Introduction. Adaptation in a Convergence Environment; Johannes Fehrle; 2. Adaptation as Connection. A Network Theoretical Approach to Convergence, Participation, and Co-Production; Regina Schober; 3. Filing off the Serial Numbers. Fanfiction and its Adaptation to the Book Market; Bettina Soller; 4. From Paratext to Polyprocess. The "Quirky" Mashup Novel; Eckart Voigts; 5. "You Just Got Covered": YouTube Cover Song Videos as Examples of Para-Adaptation; Costas Constandinides; 6. Masters of the Universe? Viewers, the Media, and Sherlock's Lead Writers Benjamin Poore7. Alien Adapted (Again and Again): Fictional Universes between Difference and Repetition; Rüdiger Heinze; 8. "Everything is Awesome." Spreadability and The LEGO Movie; Joyce Goggin; 9. Localization as Adaptation in the Wolfenstein Franchise; Werner Schäfke; Index
Series Title: Transmedia (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Responsibility: edited by Johannes Fehrle and Werner Schäfke-Zell.

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This collection considers new phenomena emerging in a convergence environment from the perspective of adaptation studies.  Read more...

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