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Emerging genres in new media environments

Author: Carolyn R Miller; Ashley R Kelly
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, [2017]
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This volume explores cultural innovation and transformation as revealed through the emergence of new media genres. New media have enabled what impresses most observers as a dizzying proliferation of new forms of communicative interaction and cultural production, provoking multimodal experimentation, and artistic and entrepreneurial innovation. Working with the concept of genre, scholars in multiple fields have begun  Read more...
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Emerging genres in new media environments.
New York, NY : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, [2017]
(DLC)2016956855
(DLC)19337301
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carolyn R Miller; Ashley R Kelly
ISBN: 9783319402949 3319402943 9783319402956 3319402951
OCLC Number: 981018535
Description: 1 online resource (312 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: 1.Where Do Genres Come From? by Carolyn R. Miller --
Section Introduction: Medium --
2.Bridge to Genre: Spanning Technological Change, by Janet Giltrow --
3.Remediating Diagnosis: A Familiar Narrative Form or Emerging Digital Genre? by Lora Arduser --
4.Russian New Media Users' Reaction to a Meteor Explosion in Chelyabinsk: Twitter versus YouTube, by Natalia Rulyova --
5.Resisting the "Natural": Rhetorical Delivery and the Natural User Interface, by Ben McCorkle --
6.Expansive genres of play: getting serious about game genres for the design of future learning environments, by Brad Mehlenbacher and Christopher Kampe --
Section Introduction: Genre Transformation --
7.From Printed Newspaper to Digital Newspaper: What Has Changed? by Jaqueline Barreto Lé --
8.Cross-culturally Narrating Risks, Imagination, and Realities of HIV/AIDS, by Huiling Ding --
9.Source as Paratext: Videogame Adaptations and the Question of Fidelity, by Neil Randall --
10.Atypical Rhetorical Actions: Defying Genre Expectations on Amazon.com, by Christopher Basgier --
Section Introduction: Values --
11.Autopathographies in New Media Environments at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, by Tamar Tembeck --
12.Sentimentalism in Online Deliberation: Assessing the Generic Liability of Immigration Discourses, by E. Johanna Hartelius --
13.Collected Debris of Public Memory: Commemorative Genres and the Mediation of the Past, by Victoria J. Gallagher and Jason Kalin --
15.Hard Ephemera: Textual Tactility and the Design of the Post-Digital Narrative in Chris Ware's "Colorful Keepsake Box" and Other Nonobjects, by Colbey Emmerson Reid --
16.Genre Emergence and Disappearance in Feminist Histories of Rhetoric, by Risa Applegarth --
Postscript: Futures for Genre Studies, by Ashley Rose Kelly .
Responsibility: Carolyn R.Miller, Ashley R. Kelly, editors.

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