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Thesis Info

LABS ID
00062
Title
Tools, authoritative practices of text, constitution of the digital literature field
Author
Broudoux
2nd Author
3rd Author
Degree
PHD
Year
2004
Number of Pages
330
University
Université Paris8 - France
Thesis Supervisor
Jean-Pierre Balpe
Supervisor e-mail
Other Supervisor(s)
Language(s) of Thesis
french
Department / Discipline
information and communication science
Languages Familiar to Author
german, english
URL where full thesis can be found
tel.ccsd.cnrs.fr/documents/archives0/00/00/67/60/index_fr.html
Keywords
authoritative tools, digital literature, author, publisher, editor
Abstract: 200-400 words
Computer as writing tool in hypermedia and networked communication create a new particular figure of user in the history of media. Single or collaborative writing and publishing in open publication systems have made possible the self authoritative construction. Analysis of writing activities with cognitive, sociocognitive and didactic point of views show however that computers tools cannot alone reply entirely to the writer tasks and strategies ; the part played by writing technologies in authorship filtering is an implication of the tool complexity. The thesis show that the field of the digital literature constitute itself within the calculable support of inscription. Computer writing practices that lead to the field construction are said authoritative because they are not using the well known processes of recognition through the traditional institutions. They construct themselves as an autonomous process and this is one sign of the field emergence.