transliteracy; cultural text; autocommunication; cultural knowledge; 트랜스리터러시; 문화적 텍스트; 오토커뮤니케이션; 문화적 지식
한국무용교육학회지, v. 29, No. 3, Page. 95-109
Our life in 21th century has an unseparable relation with objects which have screens and internet such as a mobile phone and a computer screen. These tools are ubiquitous and globally networked and so, vast informations spread rapidly through the tools. However, reading these media are dependent on the effectiveness of technology therefore, screen image cannot be understood without having the specific recognition and the cultural literacy. Literacy has to develop continuously to read social transforms and acquire the method of engaging the world where the students live. Literacy as a main method to interpret, manage and product the world, is placed within our social practice and ideology. It develops continuously according with the phases the times through analysing, acting, depicting and exploring the interaction between human and human, and human and objects.
Therefore, this study aims to expand the cultural role of transliteracy with metaphorical exploration of how dancing body text communicates within social·cultural practice and ideology. As a primary method to interpret and product the world in media era for communication process to understand contemporary culture, this study interrelates how transliteracy culturally conceptualise through speaking, auditory, language, and different sign system, and how different message produces the culture in multiple media.
This study explores, firstly, it considers the knowledge that literacy contains as a primary method to interpret, manage and produce the world and describes the type of communicative knowledge of transliteracy. Secondly, it depicts producing culture through interaction between human and human, and human and objects which are grounded on social·cultural practice as a learning to understand media in digital media era. Lastly, it explores the characteristics of transliteracy text and dancing body text for the comparative analysis on exploring the communicative spaces of transliteracy.