Montag, 12. Juni 2017
The history of participatory practices
Ana Alacovska: "The history of participatory practices: rethinking media genres in the history of user-generated content in 19th-century travel guidebooks". In: Media, Culture & Society 39 (2016) 5, S. 661-679. Abstract: "This article charts the historical stability and continuity of participatory and crowdsourcing practices. Theoretically, it suggests that the blurring of the boundaries between audiences and producers, with the ensuing result of user-generated content, is by no means solely the upshot of new media technological affordances but largely a function of relatively stabilized, genre-specific formal and functional properties, or 'genre affordances'. (...)" Weiterlesen.