A Ética do Realismo como uma Nova Linguagem de Mídia em mídia imersiva

Palavras-chave: Não ficção. Imersão. Realismo. Ética. Práticas.

Resumo

Este trabalho questiona os limites éticos e morais da prática do realismo na não ficção imersiva. Para estabelecer essas práticas, o ecossistema midiático de não ficção é analisado das formas imersivas tradicionais às emergentes. São discutidas quatro formas significativas de obras narrativas de não ficção que refletem diferentes éticas do realismo: documentário, jornalismo, educação e patrimônio cultural. Através da descrição e apresentação de cada formato, apresenta-se um conjunto provisório de elementos, variáveis, indicadores e parâmetros que impactam as práticas e a ética do realismo. Esses elementos composicionais podem ser implementados na concepção, desenvolvimento e produção de experiências para públicos que respeitem as realidades sociais, culturais, políticas, físicas e materiais.

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Biografia do Autor

Joshua A. Fisher, Ball State University (BSU), Muncie, Indiana, USA.

Ph.D. in Digital Media from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Assistant Professor of Emerging Media at the Center of Emerging Media Design and Development at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, USA. 

Arnau Gifreu Castells, Universitat de Girona (UdG), Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

Doctor en Comunicación y Master en Artes Digitales (UPF). Profesor acreditado por ANECA y AQU (España). Ha sido investigador afiliado del Open Documentary Lab (MIT, 2013-2018) y es miembro de la organización i-Docs (University of the West of England). Profesor de la ERAM-Universidad de Girona. Autor de artículos y de libros sobre la no ficción interactiva, transmedia e inmersiva.

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Publicado
2022-07-13
Como Citar
Fisher, J. A., & Gifreu Castells, A. (2022). A Ética do Realismo como uma Nova Linguagem de Mídia em mídia imersiva. Revista FAMECOS, 29(1), e43375. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-3729.2022.1.43375
Seção
DOSSIÊ - MUDANÇAS TECNOLÓGICAS & CULTURAIS NA ERA DIGITAL