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Filmic Texts and the Rise of the Fifth Estate

Virginia Kuhn, Author

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Text Centered View

The text centered view has been used for those pages which require more words than media to make their point.  This view also represents the characteristics of traditional academic argument with its emphasis on words, and tendency to use images as illustrations only.  And yet this text-centered view can be particularly valuable when one attempts to bridge the gap between standard academic argument and a digital argument in that it can answer to both and, as such, make a powerful statement about the ways in which the digital is not simply a break with all that has come before, but an extension of and enhancement to more traditional argument. 
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