Where The ID Things Are

Socrates would have said that a good life is a life worth being narrated, which shows us that there is a direct parallel between life and narrative: life is a story we tell about ourselves.

Where The ID Things Are talks about the construction of personal identity through the creation of a character of himself. A possible answer to the question “Who are you?” from the con guration of our life stories. In addition, it talks about the presentation of the universe of oneself in the convergence of various media supports on which it is made this narrative setting, introducing the concept of “Transmedia Identity”.

Orientation by Luli Radfahrer.

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