Multimodality & Visual Rhetoric. Kati Fargo Visual Rhetoric. Taken From: http://www.mobvis.org/demos.htm. Multimodal texts. According to Kress and van Leeuwen (2001): “modes produce meaning in themselves and through their intersection or interaction with each other” -- From Chuang (2006)
Taken From: http://www.mobvis.org/demos.htm
Hip Bones are Beautiful
These were named after their moves, but Cuseo (2006) argues that the titling and comments provide the lens through which to view these shots. (Ex. ___ by a girl)
9/11 Commission Report
Taken from: Marianne Hirsch on Maus: http://184.108.40.206/indy/winter_2005/kuhlman_hirsch/index.html
Taken from: http://blog.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2008/09/11/after_911_the_graphic_adaptation
Chuang, Y.-T. (2006). Studying Subtitle Translation from a Multi-Modal Approach. Babel, 52(4), 372-383.
Cormier, K. (2007). Graphic Adaptation: The 9/11 Report as Graphic Novel. Conference Papers -- National Communication Association.
Cuseo, Mike. (Spring 2006). Ways of Skiing: Digital Photography, the Internet, and Cultural Narratives. Journal of the Northwest Communication Association. 35:60-78.
Doyle, A. (2008). Mice in Masks and Aging Superheroes: Using Graphic Novels in the Media Classroom. Screen Education(51), 68-74.
Jensen, Robin E. (2005). The Eating Disordered Lifestyle: Imagetexts and the Performance of Similitude. Argumentation & Advocacy. 42:1-18.
Kress, G. (2004). Reading Images: Multimodality, representation, and new media. Information Design Journal and Document Design. 12(2) 110-119.