Letramento metamidiático: transformando significados e mídias

Autores

  • Jay L. Lemke University of Michigan

Palavras-chave:

Letramento multimidiático. Letramento metamidiático. Semiótica multimidiática

Resumo

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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Biografia do Autor

Jay L. Lemke, University of Michigan

Jay Lemke is a professor of education at the University of Michigan. After getting his Ph.D in Theoretical Physics at the University of Chicago in 1973, Dr. Lemke taught at Brooklyn College as a faculty member in the School of Education. Between 2000 and 2002, he was the Executive Officer of the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education at the City University of New York.[1]

He has been a co-editor of and reviewer for several professional journals. He pursues broad research interests, including Postmodernism, Critical Theory, Masculism, Sexualities, Discourse Analysis, Social semiotics, and Ecosocial Dynamics.

He has done significant research in linguistics, literacy, science education and semiotics. His best known work, Talking Science, has influenced research methods and practice in science education, and was translated into Spanish as Aprender a hablar ciencia.

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LEMKE, J. 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: 19 out. 2021.

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