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New Studies in Multimodality : Conceptual and Methodological Elaborations (Hardcover)

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Multimodality is one of the most popular and influential semiotic theories for analysing media. However, the application and conceptual anchoring of multimodality often remains geographically and disciplinarily grounded within local systems of thought. New Studies in Multimodality combines the expertise of multimodalists from around the globe, offering novel readings and applications of central concepts in multimodality and inviting innovative synergies between previously disparate schools.

Combining perspectives from the most actively developing traditions of theory and research, this book progresses from classic concepts to more empirically and practice-motivated contributions. Contributors engage in mutual dialogue to present new theoretical perspectives and compelling applications to a variety of old and new media. Expanding the basis and scope of multimodality, this volume shows awareness and experience of this field in many disciplines and illustrates how versatile, pervasive and relevant it is for studying today's communication phenomena.

Number of Pages: 289
Genre: Language + Art + Disciplines, Literary Criticism
Sub-Genre: Communication
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic
Language: English
Street Date: July 27, 2017
TCIN: 52199531
UPC: 9781350026513
Item Number (DPCI): 248-43-1261
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