El posdrama teleserial norteamericano: Poética y composición: (Cómo entender el guion de las mejores series escritas para la televisión en los Estados Unidos)

Miguel Ángel Orosa, Mónica López-Golán, Carmelo Márquez-Domínguez, Yalitza Therly Ramos-Gil

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Resumen

The magnitude of the (post)dramatic changes that have been taking place in American audiovisual fiction only happen every several hundred years. The goal of this research work is to highlight the features of the change occurring within the organisational (post)dramatic realm of American serial television. The transition from an essentially “dramatic” model to a postdramatic composition/parataxis urges us to analyse the new organisation of American television series and their main features.The fundamental changes of this new constellation are significant in the organisational realm of (post)drama; the sense of the composition yields its preponderance to juxtaposition; and composition and parataxis try to venture the order of chaos by giving more importance to dramatic communication and tension. The study is based on the comparative analysis of contemporary American post-drama and its conceptual deconstruction based on the dramatic model (and its precedents in the Spanish Baroque).

Título traducido de la contribuciónUSA TV series postdrama: Poetics and composition
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)500-520
Número de páginas21
PublicaciónRevista Latina de Comunicacion Social
Volumen72
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2017
Publicado de forma externa

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Palabras clave

  • (Post)dramatic change
  • American TV series
  • New (post)dramatic paradigm
  • Postdrama
  • Spanish Baroque

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