Participatory Culture in Chinese Transmedia Fictions
EntityUAM. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
10.20849/ajsss.v7i6.1208Asian Journal of Social Science Studies 7. 6 (2022): 53-60
ISSN2424-8517 (print); 2424-9041 (online)
Subjectstransmedia fictions; participation culture; communication mode; creation mode; Educación; Psicología
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As a new literary form in China, Transmedia fictions are constantly impacting the status of traditional paper novels. Participation culture is an important feature of Transmedia fictions, and it plays an important role in transmedia creation and communication modes. As a representative of mass culture and grassroots culture, Transmedia fictions continuously increase their influence in people's spiritual and cultural life and impact the status of traditional elite culture through a very participatory creative process and communication process. Through the study of the participating culture in Chinese Transmedia fictions, we can have a deeper understanding of the characteristics of this literary form, which will promote the future development of world literature
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