MASHING GENRES UP, BREAKING THEM DOWN: LITERACY IN THE AGE OF COPY-AND-PASTE

  • Elisabetta Adami University of Verona
Palavras-chave: Remixagem, Recontextualização, Coesão, Modularidade

Resumo

O trabalho investiga as práticas de construir significados resultantes da ação de copiar e colar. Quando a representação é produzida através da remixagem, a coesão não é mais um dispositivo necessário para a coerência, enquanto os textos são caracterizados pela combinação modular de temas, vozes, modos e gêneros, juntamente com a intertextualidade aumentada, implicitude e as multicamadas de significados. Textos compostos modularmente são cada vez mais frequentes em todos os contextos, modos e gêneros, enquanto os que são estruturados linearmente parecem essencialmente confinados a alguns gêneros escritos acadêmicos e educacionais. Discutimos exemplos de produções de escrita acadêmica dos alunos que revelam a influência das práticas semióticas baseadas em remixagem. As conclusões deste trabalho oferecem insights sobre as implicações para o ensino / aprendizagem de gêneros escritos.

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2019-09-15
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ADAMI, E. MASHING GENRES UP, BREAKING THEM DOWN: LITERACY IN THE AGE OF COPY-AND-PASTE. Revista Linguagem em Foco, v. 3, n. 5, p. 25 - 42, 15 set. 2019.