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Metareference across Media

Werner Wolf

Metareference across Media

Dedicated to Walter Bernhart on the Occasion of his Retirement. : Theory and Case Studies

by Werner Wolf

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Published by Rodopi in Kenilworth .
Written in English


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Other titleseBook Academic Subscription Collection - Worldwide.
ContributionsBantleon, Katharina, Thoss, Jeff, EBSCOhost
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Open LibraryOL25559948M
ISBN 109042026707
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  Wolf, Werner (). “Metareference across Media: The Concept, its Transmedial Potentials and Problems, Main Forms and Functions.” W. Wolf (ed.) in collaboration with Katharina Bantleon & Jeff Thoss. Metareference across Media. Theory and . Meta-reference is a special type of self-reference that can occur in all media or medial artifacts, for instance literature, film, painting, TV series, comic strips, or video games. It includes all references to, or comments on, a specific medium, medial artifact, or the media in general. These references and comments originate from a logically higher level (a 'meta-level') within any given.

Fabulation and Metafiction. Chicago: University of Illinois Press. p. ^ Wolf, Werner (). "Metareference across Media: The Concept, its Transmedial Potentials and Problems, Main Forms and Functions". Metareference across Media: Theory and Case Studies. Studies in Intermediality 4, eds. Werner Wolf, Katharina Bantleon, and Jeff Thoss. Discover the best - Mass Media in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best g: Metareference.

Books shelved as new-media: The Language of New Media by Lev Manovich, Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide by Henry Jenkins, Here Comes Missing: Metareference.   Wolf, Werner () ‘Metareference across Media: The Concept, its Transmedial Potentials and Problems, Main Forms and Functions’, in Werner Wolf, Katharina Bantleon, and Jeff Thoss (eds) Metareference in the Arts and Media: Theory and Case Studies. Studies in Intermediality 4, pp. Amsterdam: Rodopi. Google ScholarCited by: 4.


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This book is both a contribution to an interdisciplinary study of literature and other media and a pioneering application of cognitive and frame-theoretical approaches to these fields.

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Studies in Intermediality 4.Relations between Literature and Music in the Context of a General Typology of Internediality - Werner Wolf ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) such as Claus Clüver (cf. /01). Since word and music studies are in fact a part of intermediality studies, this affiliation should be taken into account in general typological Size: 87KB.Abstract.

In a weak sense, it should be indisputable that signs are educators. This is the sense in which one can say that we learn from signs, whether from words or numbers, drawings or pictures, gestures or sense data conveyed by “our great teacher Experience,” .