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|Other Titles:||Travel Narrative and Lifestory: A Theoretical Proposal from the Communication Perspective|
Tsang, Kuo-Jen;Tsai, Yean
|Issue Date:||2014-01-16 15:43:13 (UTC+8)|
Writing about travel experiences has been popular in various academic domains such as history, anthropology, modern literature, and cultural theories, all have a long history of searching for different topics relating to traveling. In the academic area of communication, unfortunately, studies of traveling have been long ignored. Traveling indeed has been a core communicative behavior in Taiwan and other societies. Newspapers/newsmagazines, for example, always provide extended pages on touring stories; so are traveling programs on television. While blogs became popular in the most recent decade, among the young generations in particular, writing about own traveling experience has also played a major role. The Facebook, a newly adopted communication channel may well be considered as “traveling diaries” for most users who often list down what they see and taste all in very details. It is then the purpose of this paper to propose an analysis on how travel narratives have possibly been accessible among the three selected media,namely newspaper, TV programs and blogs.
|Relation:||新聞學研究, 109, 43-76|
Mass Communication Research, 109, 43-76
|Appears in Collections:||[新聞學研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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