Análisis del Texto Breve Extraliterario: Elementos para una Aproximación Conceptual al Minitexto

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Moreno, J., & Sanabria, L. (2015). Análisis del texto breve extraliterario: elementos para una aproximación conceptual al minitexto. Enunciación, 20(1), pp. 68-77.  http://dx.doi.org/10.14483/udistrital.jour.enunc.2015.1.a05

Date created: 
2015-06
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DOI: 10.14483/udistrital.jour.enunc.2015.1.a05
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Statement
Fiction
Short story
Video game
Abstract: 

A theoretical and didactic approach to the mini-text is proposed: a conceptual category for analysis and pedagogic treatment of non-literary-short-texts. The proposal is based on four theoretical paradigms: one related to the bakhtinian approach of enunciation and discourse genres; other circumscribed by text linguistics and discourse studies; a third approach related to flash fiction theory and criticism; and a fourth paradigm that suggests taking advantage of immersion and entertainment features that underlay videogames as mechanisms to promote meaningful learnings.

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Spanish
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