Netfolklore – Intermediality and Diffusion

Internet Folklore: Intermediality and Diffusion. Th e study sets out to determine the internet folklore, which can be identified most effectively in transitional stages, by approaching the folklore of the technocultural age from a folkloristic and technological perspective and by presenting the phenomena of mediality and diffusion. The novelty in the approach is that it connects folkloristic phenomena to new communicative (linguistic) modes of existence.

Released: Replika 90–91, 171–185.
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