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Intertextuality and the Media

From Genre to Everyday Life

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Published by Manchester University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Media Studies,
  • Communication (Specific Aspects),
  • Textual Criticism,
  • Social Science,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Sociology,
  • Mass Media - General,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / General,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUlrike Hanna Meinhof (Editor), Jonathon Smith (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10531605M
    ISBN 100719047129
    ISBN 109780719047121

    Get this from a library! Intertextuality and the media: from genre to everyday life. [Ulrike Hanna Meinhof; Jonathan Smith;] -- The essays in this volume focus on one of the most influential yet confusing concepts in modern critical thinking, that of intertextuality. The corresponding lesson, which is called Intertextuality in Literature: Definition & Examples, takes a closer look at this concept. This lesson will help .

    Intertextuality Intertextuality istheshapingofatext’smeaningby another text. Intertextual figures include: allusion, quotation, calque, plagiarism, translation, pasticheand media scholar John Fiske has made a distinction be-tweenwhathelabels'vertical'and'horizontal'intertex-File Size: 91KB.   This novel is going to be the focus of the essay, because it is a Christian worldview through a mythic tale, a world of magic showing more features of intertextuality. Intertextuality can occur here, as it is “when a book refers to a social “text” such as media, social or cultural story” (Lemaster, ).

      Intertextuality is the way in which one media text is referenced in another. In music videos if another media text is featured then this can be seen as a form of advertisement or promotion as it raises publicity for that media text. props and location used which is all very similar to the film and book. In Paramore's music video of 'Decode.   Home › Linguistics › Julia Kristeva: Intertextuality. Julia Kristeva: Intertextuality By Nasrullah Mambrol on Ma • (9). A term popularised by Julia Kristeva in her analysis of Bakhtin’s concepts Dialogism and Carnival, intertextuality is a concept that informs structuralist poststructuralist deliberations in its contention that individual texts are inescapably .


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Authors Jeanine Plottel and Hanna Charney give more of a glimpse into the full scope of intertextuality in their book, Intertextuality: New Perspectives in Criticism."Interpretation is shaped by a complex of relationships between the text, the reader, reading, writing, printing, publishing and history: the history that is inscribed in the language of the text and in the history that is Author: Richard Nordquist.

Books shelved as intertextuality: Intertextuality by Graham Allen, Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The Jolly Postman, or Other People's Letters by Janet.

The book explores various ways in which previous knowledge of the media interacts with experience in other domains to shape our understanding of different media genres. The significance and diversity of the concept of intertextuality is illustrated by detailed case studies including television advertising, current affairs broadcasting, music Reviews: 1.

Intertextuality is a sophisticated literary device making use of a textual reference within some body of text, which reflects again the text used as a reference. Instead of employing referential phrases from different literary works, intertextuality draws upon the concept, rhetoric, or ideology from other writings to be merged in the new text.

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It is shown how intertextuality is an intentional product not only of artists, writers, and media producers but also of particular processes of interpretation and reading.

Discover the world's Author: Liesbet Van Zoonen. Intertextuality is a literary discourse strategy (Gadavanij, n.d.) utilised by writers in novels, poetry, theatre and even in non-written texts (such as performances and digital media). Examples of intertextuality are an author’s borrowing and transformation of a prior text, and a reader’s referencing of one text in reading another.

This collection of critical essays, originally published in Pragmatics and Society (), discusses how normative biases that shape our relation to the world are constructed through discursive practice in media discourse. The intertextual perspective it adopts is crucial for our understanding of how media representations of speakers and languages.

Intertextuality within biblical studies must instead sanction, as Tull and Miller acknowledge, the legitimacy of authorial intent, of diachronic literary history, and of the stability of meaning (Tull, “Intertextuality and the Hebrew Scriptures,” 59–60; Miller, “Intertextuality in Old Testament Research,” –86).

relates intertextuality to global cultures and new media. Looking at intertextuality in relation to structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, postcolonialism, Marxism, feminism and psychoanalytic theory, this is a fascinating and useful guide for all students of /5(11). relates intertextuality to global cultures and new media.

Looking at intertextuality in relation to structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, postcolonialism, Marxism, feminism and psychoanalytic theory, this is a fascinating and useful guide for all students of.

Books shelved as intertextual: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard, The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco, S. by J.J. Abrams, The Eyre Af. Extract. CHAPTER THREE Commercial Intertextuality: Cross-Promotion in Entertainment Media Cross-promoting a single concept across various media is most evident in the synergistic strategies adopted for entertainment content.

For integrated entertainment businesses success depends on the promotion and circulation of intellectual properties across media outlets.

This third volume of ASNEL Papers covers a wide range of theoretical and thematic approaches to the subject of intertextuality. Intertextual relations between oral and written versions of literature, text and performance, as well as problems emerging from media transitions, regionally instructed forms of intertextuality, and the works of individual authors are equally dealt with.

5 Media Intertextuality In this chapter we look at the concept of intertextuality and explore its role in Media Studies through: mimicry parody, pastiche and homage marketing of media texts - Selection from AS Media Studies, 3rd Edition [Book].

Intertextuality and Postmodern Picturebooks. Intertextuality is probably one of the most common tropes in all literature. Books work with the cultural knowledge of their readership by playing on and/or referencing other books that came before.

David Wiesner’s The Three Pigs is a hugely important book that experiments with form and. The literary theory of intertextuality, introduced by Julia Kristeva, refers to the use of complex literary relationships as a means of communication.

Some methods include allusion, pastiche, and. The media and their audience - intertextuality as paradigm; "strong words softly spoken" - advertising and the intertextual construction of 'Irishness'; "Spitting Image" - TV genre and intertextuality; viewers' worlds - image, music, text and the "Rock and Roll Years"; intertextuality and the discursive construction of knowledge.

The introductory essay thoroughly explores intertextuality as a concept, the following six essays study specific cultural phenomena, and the final essay effectively challenges the very theory of intertextuality itself.

The essays frequently overlap in ways that the editors could not have predicted, which makes the book a whole that is more than Format: Paperback.

Intertextuality is the inclusion of different texts in a work, but an adaptation is the remaking of an original text.

The difference between the two is that adaptation is taking a book’s plot and using the same characters and ideas to create a movie or film. relates intertextuality to global cultures and new media.

Looking at intertextuality in relation to structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, postcolonialism, Marxism, feminism and psychoanalytic theory, this is a fascinating and /5(10).Types of Intertextuality. In a broader sense, there are two types of intertextuality: vertical and horizontal.

Australian scholar John Fiske made this distinction. Horizontal intertextuality means the same level references, i.e., books referring to other books.

On the other hand, vertical intertextuality means a book referring to films, songs, etc. Media IntertextualityPastiche and parody are both examples of intertextuality.

Intertextuality is the defining of a work’s meaning through the understanding of other texts. Look at this example from the Simpsons. Its meaning is made when you understand that it’s a reference to the film Silence of the Lambs.

(Example 1)The image of Monty in restraints.