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Visual Storytelling in der Kommunikationsforschung

  • Cigdem BozdagEmail author
  • Sigrid KannengießerEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

So wie andere Kommunikationsformen, hat das Digitale auch die Praxis des Geschichtenerzählens verändert. In diesem Beitrag skizzieren wir das Forschungsfeld, das sich mit digitalem Geschichtenerzählen beschäftigt, und arbeiten dieses in Hinblick auf visuelle Aspekte des digitalen Geschichtenerzählens auf. Dabei ziehen wir zum einen den Forschungsstand zu klassischen Formen digitaler Erzählungen, die in Workshops produziert werden, heran sowie, zum anderen, jenen zu digitalen Geschichten in Foren, Blogs und sozialen Netzwerkseiten.

Schlüsselwörter

Digitales Geschichtenerzählen Selbst-Repräsentation Digital Storytelling Workshops Empowerment Visuelle Kommunikation Voice Internet Soziale Netzwerke 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.New MediaKadir Has UniversityIstanbulTürkei
  2. 2.ZeMKIUniversität BremenBremenDeutschland

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