How networked communication has changed the ways we tell stories

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    In the midst of the digital revolution, this paper’s significance lies in its contribution to defining how media will change our lives and how we communicate with each other in the years to come. Narrative, as one of the most ancient communication tools, has undergone substantial structural changes. This paper addresses how these changes impact the way we read and write. Does the same story conveyed through different media channels signify in the same manner? In other words, what are the differences between a printed story and a digitally presented one? Have electronic reader devices altered the way stories are told and created? And how is networked communication changing the ways we tell stories?
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages31
    Issue number8
    Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2014


    • Digital revolution
    • Electronic reader devices
    • Transmedia storytelling
    • Distraction/attention


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