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Chapter 1:Introduction
From Interpreting to Constructing Meaning
The Disciplinary Methodology of this Thesis
The Terminology ofTransmediaPractice
Chapter 2: Art, Commerce, Media and Environments in Transmedia Practice
ArtisticVision, Commerce and Practice
Theorising Economics and Aesthetics in Mass Entertainment
The Implications of Commerce inTransmedia Practice
Distinct Media and Environments
What does Distinct Media Mean?
Beyond Media Specificity
Transmedia as “UnMixed Media” Aesthetics
Chapter3: Relations Theories and Distinguishing Transmedia Types and Practice
Recognising Inter- and IntraCompositional Transmedia Phenomena
TheorisingInterCompositional Transmedia Phenomena
The Problem with End-Product Traits
InterCompositionalRelations Theories
UnderstandingInterCompositional TransmediaPractice
TheWho ofTransmedia Practice
Continuity Documentation
Adaptation and Transmedia Practice
IntraCompositional Transmedia Phenomena
The‘Breaking Boundaries’ Rhetoric
Chapter 4: Narrative, Game and Interactivity in Transmedia Projects
From Ideologies of Interactivity to Literacy
Problematising Narrative and Game Elements
Current Narrative- and Game-Based Theories of TransmediaPhenomena
Rethinking Game and Narrative Similarities
Theorising a Transmodal Approach
Transmodal Concepts
Design Documents, Interactivity and Media
Reactivity in TransmediaProjects
Non-Computational Game Mastering
Players as Co-Constructors
Perplex City
Introducing Tiering
Tiering to Address Artistic and Media Preferences and Literacies
Tiering toFacilitate Social Interaction and Cooperation
Tiering toBring Remote Participants Together
The Aesthetics ofDramatic Unities
Action and Representation:Dramatic UnitiesinTransmedia Practices
Recentering a Fictional Universe with the Actual World
UnderstandingRecentering through Deixis
Recenteringwith Fictional World Abstraction (Concepts)
Recentering with Media and Environments:Property Resemblance
Recenteringwith Paratextuality
Recentering withMetaTextuality
Recentering with Catalytic Allusions
Studying TransmediaPractice
From the End-Point Experience to Meaning Construction
Transmedia Knowledge and Skills
Theorising an Ongoing Tendency
Future Directions
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DENA, Transmedia Practice

DENA, Transmedia Practice

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