Plataformas, influencers y narrativas distribuidas



Palabras clave:

Storytelling, plataformas, influencers, narrativa


Introducción a la sección monográfica 'Innovaciones en Narrativa y Medios: Transmedia, Interacción y Cultura'

Biografía del autor/a

Joan Ramon Rodríguez-Amat, University of Sheffield

Joan Ramon Rodriguez-Amat, PhD - Senior Lecturer en la Escuela de Periodismo, Medios y Comunicación de la Universidad de Sheffield. Su principal área de investigación gira en torno a los espacios comunicativos; las construcciones culturales del tiempo y el espacio, y la ciudadanía, y el poder (ver Esta triple discusión emerge en la intersección de la investigación sobre la gobernanza de los medios, la producción cultural y los debates democráticos; y las comunidades e identidades -entre ellas las identidades sexuales, nacionales y culturales- que surgen de la geopolítica de las plataformas de redes sociales y las tecnologías de la comunicación.


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Cómo citar

Rodríguez-Amat, J. R. (2024). Plataformas, influencers y narrativas distribuidas. Obra Digital, (25), 10–24.