Title
Multimodal Glossary
Description
Multimodality studies how and to what social and cultural effects people use and transform resources for communication including speech, image, gesture, gaze, and others. In the last decade or so multimodal studies have introduced many new terms (such as ‘mode’); and they have begun to redefine many ‘old’ones (such a ‘genre’). The aim of this glossary is to provide inroads into this cross-discliplinary enterprise.
URL
http://multimodalityglossary.wordpress.com/
Language
English
Co-author
Carey Jewitt
Contributor
Sara Price
Contributor
Jana Holsanova
Contributor
Andrew Burn
Contributor
Kate Pahl
Contributor
Martin Oliver
Contributor
Lilie Chouliaraki
Contributor
Diane Mavers
Contributor
David Machin
Contributor
Lesley Lancaster
Contributor
Elisabett Adami
Contributor
Myrrh Domingo
Contributor
Gunther Kress
Contributor
Jeff Bezemer
Contributor
Theo van Leeuwen
Contributor
John Bateman
Contributor
John Knox
Contributor
Arlene Archer
Contributor
Denise Newfield
Contributor
Will Gibson
Contributor
Jan Blommaert
Contributor
Adam Jaworksi
Primary beneficiaries
Independent Research Organisation; Academic Institution; General Public
Other involvement
Government / Public Sector
Date published online
02 April 2012