Digital Age in Semiotics & Communication, Volume I, Issue 1, Spring 2018
Digital Age in Semiotics & Communication, a journal from the Southeast European Center for Semiotic Studies at the New Bulgarian University and founded by Prof. Kristian Bankov, explores the new forms of knowledge, social and linguistic interaction, and cultural phenomena generated by the advent of the Internet.
The purpose of the journal is to provide a collaborative work field for scholars interested in researching new phenomena in the dynamic digital world. Our main purpose is to build a scientific bridge between the fields of semiotics, communications, social sciences and the problems of the digital era.
We believe that our collaborations can raise the level of understanding for modern digital phenomena, providing both a solid theoretical framework and profound applied research.
The pilot issue summarizes the whole research program of the Center and the journal in particular. It is open to various problems concerning developments in digital culture and phenomena.
FROM TEXT TO INTERACTION (INTRO)
PART I Knowledge and Identity in Digital Age
A SHIFT FROM “ME” TO “WE” IN SOCIAL MEDIA
Viktorija Lankauskaitė, Vilmantė Liubinienė
PART II Aesthetic and Interactive Practices in Digital Culture
’IT’S OVER 9000.’ APEIRON NARRATIVE CONFIGURATIONS IN CONTEMPORARY MEDIASCAPE
Vincenzo Idone Cassone
FORMALISM AND DIGITAL RESEARCH OF LITERATURE
PART III Digital Age in Corporate Communication
PART IV Digital Age form Philosophical Perspective
THE EFFETENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA
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