Comunicazione simulativa e allodoxia comunicativa nella storia sociale dei media = Simulative communication and communicative allodoxia in the social history of the media


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Simulative communication and communicative allodoxia in the social history of the media. This paper deals with the problem of defining the different communicative, artistic or literary genres, which have in common both the explicit declaration of not wanting to represent reality, and the ability to credit their content as true, provoking reactions worthy of note in the public. The cases reported in this study are paradigmatic of a "simulative" kind of communication, in which the fiction plays the role of reality and in the viewer/reader a false opinion is created on the content and nature of the communication, definable as “communicative allodoxia”. Hence “simulative communication” and “communicative allodoxia” are like two sides of the same "false" coin. The two elements hold each other because one generates the other.

Keywords: silulative communication; communicative allodoxia; communicative genres; fiction; reality

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