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Letramento metamidiático: transformando significados e mídias
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Letramento multimidiático. Letramento metamidiático. Semiótica multimidiática

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LEMKE, Jay L. Letramento metamidiático: transformando significados e mídias. Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada, Campinas, SP, v. 49, n. 2, p. 455–479, 2016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/tla/article/view/8645275. Acesso em: 23 maio. 2024.

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Toda semiótica é semiótica multimídiática e todo letramento é letramento multimidiático. A análise da semiótica multimidiática me levou a refazer algumas perguntas antigas de maneiras novas e a começar a olhar para a história da escrita, do desenho, do cálculo e da mostra visual de imagens em uma perspectiva diferente. Faz um bom tempo que as tecnologias do letramento não são tão simples quanto a caneta, a tinta e o papel. E na era da imprensa, assim como antes dela, o letramento raramente esteve atrelado de forma estrita ao texto escrito. Muitos dos gêneros do letramento, do artigo da revista popular ao relatório de pesquisa científica, combinam imagens visuais e texto impresso em formas que tornam as referências entre eles essenciais para entendê-los do modo como o fazem seus leitores e autores regulares. Nenhuma tecnologia é uma ilha. Conforme nossas tecnologias se tornam mais complexas, elas se tornam situadas em redes mais amplas e longas de outras tecnologias e de outras práticas culturais

 

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