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Dramatistic analysis of literacy narratives in social media environments

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Presentation given at "Rhetoric as Equipment for Living. Kenneth Burke, Culture & Education" (23-05-2013, Ghent)

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Dramatistic analysis of literacy narratives in social media environments

  1. 1. Dramatistic analysis of literacy narrativesin social media environments
  2. 2. […] an ability to read and acondition of being well-read.1[…] the practice andprofession of writing.2[…] understanding and competent control of[…] the burgeoning variety of text forms associatedwith information and multimedia technologies.3In an era of convergence, we encounterthe same information, the same stories,the same characters and worlds acrossmultiple modes of representation.4
  3. 3. […] each technological advance has seen a corresponding change inhow literacy is practiced and its social role understood.5
  4. 4. 1. Immerse yourself by…o observing what others dothrough their literacynarrativeso participating in similarenvironments and activities2. Reflect by…1. analyzing experiences of otherand yourself dramatistically2. writing down your own literacynarrative3. Add to the understanding ofliteracy by…1. sharing and discussing yourliteracy narrative with others!2. inspiring others to do so aswell!
  5. 5. Works cited:1 Raymond Williams (1983) Keywords: A Vocabularyof Culture and Society, p.1842 Ibid, p.1853 The New London Group (1996) A Pedagogy ofMultiliteracies: Designing Social Futures, p.614 Henry Jenkins, et al. (2009) Confronting theChallenges of Participatory Culture: Media Educationfor the 21st Century, p.465 Ilana Snyder (2003) Keywords: a vocabulary ofpedagogy and new media, p.146 James Paul Gee (2005) Semiotic Social Spacesand Affinity Spaces: From the Age of Mythology toTodays Schools, p.231Thank youfor listening!

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