Conclusions: Transmedia Storytelling and Popular Cultures in the Twentieth Century
This chapter presents the main conclusions of the book and highlights the profound difficulty faced by researchers when attempting to map, define, trace and fully understand transmedia narrative experiences. The chapter aims to demonstrate how transmedia storytelling has been not only a narrative practice but also a social one across a range of historical moment, emerging as a basic component of popular culture in the twentieth century and even before.
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