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2016 | 3(11) | 15 - 26
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All the power in the hands of readers? The negotiation of author and reader roles based on examples in the blogsphere

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This paper concerns the process of negotiating author and reader roles in the blogosphere. The starting point of this article is the theory of Roland Barthes that the death of the author is necessary for the birth of the reader. This idea notably responds to changing relations between the author and the reader in the new nedia era. The exemple of the blogosphere allows us to see that the roles of the author and the reader are not pre-defined and the filed of their "laws" is negotiated (two models of negotiations are described in this paper). In the blogosphere, wkich is an exemple of participatory culture, knocking the author off his pedestal does not result in the reader replacing the author, as R. Barthes would like. On the empty pedestal, after dumping the author, the reader does not appear - but communication does.
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15 - 26
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-21ae7499-2027-486f-88ed-9f7747a2204f
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