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Author Representations in Literary Reading, (electronic resource)

Label
Author Representations in Literary Reading
Title
Author Representations in Literary Reading
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Author Representations in Literary Reading investigates the role of the author in the mind of the reader. It is the first book-length empirical study on generated author inferences by readers of literature. It bridges the gap between theories which hold that the author is irrelevant and those that give him prominence. By combining insights and methods from both cognitive psychology and literary theory, this book contributes to a better understanding of how readers process literary texts and what role their assumptions about an author play. A series of experiments demonstrate that readers gener
Member of
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Claassen, Eefje
Dewey number
  • 801.95
  • 801/.95
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Linguistic approaches to literature,
Series volume
v. 11
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  • Discourse analysis, Literary
  • Literature
  • Criticism
Label
Author Representations in Literary Reading, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
5.2.1 Manipulation check of primes and targets
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Author Representations in Literary Reading; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Theoretical positions towards the author concept; 1.1 Death of the Author; 1.1.2 Intentional Fallacy; 1.1.3 Narrator vs. Author; 1.1.4 Implied Author; 1.2 Resurrection of the Author; 1.2.1 Feminist and postcolonial approaches; 1.2.2 False identities; 1.2.3 Profession: writer and personality; 1.3 Reception aesthetics; 1.4 Discourse theory; 1.4.1 Author intent and attitude; 1.4.2 Literary comprehension; 1.5 Empirical research in authorial representation
  • 1.5.1 Reading satirical stories1.5.2 Understanding metaphors; 1.5.3 Reading strategies; 1.5.4 Reading in an educational context; 1.6 Taking position; 1.6.1 Motivation; 1.6.2 Aims and objectives; 1.6.3 Terminology; 1.6.4 Assumptions; 2. Author inferences in thinking aloud; 2.1 Methodological considerations on the think-aloud method; 2.2 An exploratory study: inference categories; 2.2.1 Method; 2.2.2 A first impression; 2.3 Protocol analysis; 2.3.1 Transcribing and segmenting; 2.3.2 Defining inference categories and setting up a coding scheme
  • 2.3.3 Coding protocols: procedures and intercoder reliability2.4 Protocol analysis and post-reading tasks; 2.4.1 Results of protocol analysis; 2.4.2 Factors instruction, text and reader expertise; 2.4.3 Results of post-reading tasks; 2.5 Discussion; 2.5.1 Reader-generated author inferences; 2.5.2 Effects of factors on inference generation; 2.5.3 Conceptual and methodological implications; 3. Reading as joint pretence; 3.1 Theoretical considerations on the reading of fiction; 3.1.1 Speech act theories; 3.1.3 Limitations of the game of make-believe; 3.2 Selection of materials: a pilot study
  • 3.2.1 Method3.3 Effects of text manipulation on author inferences reports (Experiment 1); 3.3.1 Method; 3.4 Results; 3.4.1 A first impression; 3.4.2 Manipulation check of text stimulus; 3.4.3 Readers and default assumptions about the implied author; 3.5 Discussion; 4. On-line measurement of author inferences through affective priming I; 4.1 Affective priming paradigm; 4.1.1 Two studies; 4.1.2 Underlying mechanisms; 4.1.3 Possibilities and limitations; 4.2 Three pilot studies; 4.2.1 Selection of text primes; 4.2.2 Pilot study I: Results and conclusion; 4.2.3 Selection of targets
  • 4.2.4 Pilot Study II: Results and conclusion4.2.5 Selection of author prime; 4.2.6 Pilot Study III: Results and conclusion; 4.3 Effects of author information on the generation of author inferences (Experiment 2); 4.3.1 Method; 4.4 Results; 4.4.1 Manipulation check of author prime; 4.4.2 Affective priming effects and reading times; 4.4.3 Post-reading measurements; 4.5 Discussion; 5. On-line measurement of author inferences through affective priming II; 5.1 Effects of detailed author information on the generation of author inferences (Experiment 3); 5.1.1 Method; 5.2 Results
Control code
ocn775302009
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (282 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027233455
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other control number
9786613720948
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)775302009
Label
Author Representations in Literary Reading, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
5.2.1 Manipulation check of primes and targets
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Author Representations in Literary Reading; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Theoretical positions towards the author concept; 1.1 Death of the Author; 1.1.2 Intentional Fallacy; 1.1.3 Narrator vs. Author; 1.1.4 Implied Author; 1.2 Resurrection of the Author; 1.2.1 Feminist and postcolonial approaches; 1.2.2 False identities; 1.2.3 Profession: writer and personality; 1.3 Reception aesthetics; 1.4 Discourse theory; 1.4.1 Author intent and attitude; 1.4.2 Literary comprehension; 1.5 Empirical research in authorial representation
  • 1.5.1 Reading satirical stories1.5.2 Understanding metaphors; 1.5.3 Reading strategies; 1.5.4 Reading in an educational context; 1.6 Taking position; 1.6.1 Motivation; 1.6.2 Aims and objectives; 1.6.3 Terminology; 1.6.4 Assumptions; 2. Author inferences in thinking aloud; 2.1 Methodological considerations on the think-aloud method; 2.2 An exploratory study: inference categories; 2.2.1 Method; 2.2.2 A first impression; 2.3 Protocol analysis; 2.3.1 Transcribing and segmenting; 2.3.2 Defining inference categories and setting up a coding scheme
  • 2.3.3 Coding protocols: procedures and intercoder reliability2.4 Protocol analysis and post-reading tasks; 2.4.1 Results of protocol analysis; 2.4.2 Factors instruction, text and reader expertise; 2.4.3 Results of post-reading tasks; 2.5 Discussion; 2.5.1 Reader-generated author inferences; 2.5.2 Effects of factors on inference generation; 2.5.3 Conceptual and methodological implications; 3. Reading as joint pretence; 3.1 Theoretical considerations on the reading of fiction; 3.1.1 Speech act theories; 3.1.3 Limitations of the game of make-believe; 3.2 Selection of materials: a pilot study
  • 3.2.1 Method3.3 Effects of text manipulation on author inferences reports (Experiment 1); 3.3.1 Method; 3.4 Results; 3.4.1 A first impression; 3.4.2 Manipulation check of text stimulus; 3.4.3 Readers and default assumptions about the implied author; 3.5 Discussion; 4. On-line measurement of author inferences through affective priming I; 4.1 Affective priming paradigm; 4.1.1 Two studies; 4.1.2 Underlying mechanisms; 4.1.3 Possibilities and limitations; 4.2 Three pilot studies; 4.2.1 Selection of text primes; 4.2.2 Pilot study I: Results and conclusion; 4.2.3 Selection of targets
  • 4.2.4 Pilot Study II: Results and conclusion4.2.5 Selection of author prime; 4.2.6 Pilot Study III: Results and conclusion; 4.3 Effects of author information on the generation of author inferences (Experiment 2); 4.3.1 Method; 4.4 Results; 4.4.1 Manipulation check of author prime; 4.4.2 Affective priming effects and reading times; 4.4.3 Post-reading measurements; 4.5 Discussion; 5. On-line measurement of author inferences through affective priming II; 5.1 Effects of detailed author information on the generation of author inferences (Experiment 3); 5.1.1 Method; 5.2 Results
Control code
ocn775302009
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (282 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027233455
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other control number
9786613720948
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)775302009

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