Bildens status i läsarkommentarer på nätet: Narrativ interaktion i Jakob Wegelius Legenden om Sally Jones och Mördarens apa

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Title Bildens status i läsarkommentarer på nätet: Narrativ interaktion i Jakob Wegelius Legenden om Sally Jones och Mördarens apa
 
Creator Manderstedt, Lena
Palo, Annbritt
 
Subject Narrative interaction; image analysis; picturebook; readers’ online comments; Jacob Wegelius; Legenden om Sally Jones; Mördarens apa
 
Description Title: The Status of the Picture in Readers’ Comments Online. Narrative Interaction in Jakob Wegelius’ The Legend of Sally Jones and The Murderer’s ApeThe award-winning novels Legenden om Sally Jones (2008; The Legend of Sally Jones, 2018) and Mördarens apa (2014; The Murderer’s Ape, 2017) written and illustrated by Jakob Wegelius present a thought-provoking interplay between verbal and visual narration. However, an online data collection of blog posts and online reviews reveals that readers discuss the verbal narration and intersectional themes in these novels, but often overlook the pictures.This study contributes to the discussion of narrative interaction by juxtaposing analyses of pictures in the novels and online comments by readers on these literary works. The material thus consists of comments by non-professional writers, and the degree and type of attention paid to narrative interaction in these comments is foregrounded. In order to examine the word/image interaction in Wegelius’ novels, Maria Nikolajeva and Carole Scott’s typology for interaction is used on a selection of images and, when possible, on readers’ responses to these novels.The results show that in the material, the verbal narration is privileged. Less than a third of the online material explicitly comments on the visual narration. Even fewer readers comment on the relationship between the verbal and the visual narration. The study presents potential explanations to the relative absence of comments on the visual narration in these literary works. A likely explanation is that the readers perceive the symmetrical and enhancing relation between the verbal and the visual narration, and, thus, the readers consider the visual narration redundant or an add-on. Therefore, the article highlights the continuous need for explicit training in visual literacy, as the interaction between words and images has a bearing on the narration.
 
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Date 2018-12-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://barnboken.net/index.php/clr/article/view/336
10.14811/clr.v41i0.336
 
Source Barnboken; Volume 41 (2018)
2000-4389
0347-772X
 
Language eng
 
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