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Abstract From the very origin of the human being there has been the need to communicate with his contemporaries in various ways. Initially with signs, paintings or orally. But in the 21st century a true revolution in communication has emerged and it seems that we have returned to a more basic language where signs, emoticons and acronyms take power in the revolution in the media. With the development of new communication technologies in the digital age, a new form of communication with narrative variants has been created, but how has this narrative changed? What change has occurred when it comes to storytelling? What has been the evolution? Has a new narrative language been created? In this research we will analyze all narrative aspects from its origin to the digital age, its origins, evolution and contributions to the new media. Until now, the narrative evolution and the communicative fact have been presented in three phases: oral, written (unified and accessible with the development of the printing press) and digital, in which we are now. Through this presentation I intend to complement, subdivide and restructure this classification associating in a more detailed way, the narrative evolution in its relation to technological evolution, especially in the digital period, answering our question as to whether there has been a clear narrative evolution in the digital period. For this, a parallel study of the type of communication, the reason for it, how it affects socially and the change of the narrative fact with technological evolution will be carried out. We will use demonstrable facts that allow us to establish the characteristics of each stage.
1.Introduction 2. Hypothesis 3. Method 4.Questions 5.The Narrative Tradition. Origin, Evolution and Contributions 5.1. Universal Language 5.2 The Alphabet 5.3 Movable type printing 5.4 Wired lines 5.5 Le Point de vue du Gras 5.6 Life in motion 5.7 Walden Kirsch 5.8 @ 5.9 Don’t be scared…it is me 5.10 Hello, can you hear me? 5.11 Being Announcement 6. Results 7. Conclution 8. Bibliography 9. Photos and graphics
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