Narraciones interactivas: el futuro nolineal de los relatos en la era digital

Autores/as

  • José Luis Orihuela Universidad de Navarra

Resumen

The term narration is usually used to refer to the content of a story, its style and the way of being told. These aspects cover narration content and telling conditions as well. The three dimensions of the narration presuppose a lineal and unidirectional model of communication created by the narrator who controls it and from which all the emotional responses of receptors depend on. The interactive model emerges as a new alternative in which all the roles of transmitters and receptors are exchangeable giving users a starring role. In traditional narrative, stories are closed, have a steady structure and are organized by a narrator who says how to access them. In the interactive narrative, contents remain open and in a great extent, depend on the user's choice; structures are not predetermined; on the contrary, it is the user who with his navigation generates them, which at the same time constitutes a new way of enunciating.

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Biografía del autor/a

José Luis Orihuela, Universidad de Navarra

Es graduado en Periodismo en la Escuela Superior de Periodismo de Córdoba (Argentina), doctor en Comunicación Pública de la Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona (España). Master of Arts en Periodismo. Ha desempeñado su actividad profesional y académica en varios países de Europa, de América del Norte y del Sur. En la actualidad, se desempeña como profesor adjunto de Análisis Audiovisual de Historias y Diseño Audiovisual en la Universidad de Navarra (España).

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Orihuela, J. L. (2009). Narraciones interactivas: el futuro nolineal de los relatos en la era digital. Palabra Clave, 2. Recuperado a partir de https://palabraclave.unisabana.edu.co/index.php/palabraclave/article/view/338