God's Script (hypertext fiction)

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Abstract

God’s Script explores the link between narrative and new media; it is a multi-linear narrative that expands on the alternative structures and conventions presented in hypertext fictions; and contextualises recent developments in narrative and new media thinking, revealing a contemporary understanding of story telling in multiple media forms.God’s Script also raises critical discussions about the way in which web-based literature is presumed to be read as the reader has many ways of experiencing a text and constructing meaning, giving impetus to further investigations into hypertext and hyperreading implications for digital literacy and knowledge construction in online environments.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationCentre for Media Research, University of Ulster
Publication statusPublished - 21 Jan 2005

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Deity
Hypertext
Fiction
New Media
Digital Literacy
Storytelling
Impetus
Knowledge Construction
Reader
World Wide Web
Critical Discussion

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Jackson, H. (Author). (2005). God's Script (hypertext fiction). Artefact, Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster: .
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Jackson H (Author). God's Script (hypertext fiction) Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster: . 2005.