MA6>>> As I discuss how Pinterest shape our view of the world, I will answer three questions in order to support my point and connect it with “reader response” criticism. Questions: 1. Who is the intended user? 2. What experiences and perceptions do I bring to Pinterest as a user? 3. How does the interaction of Pinterest and the user create meaning?
Everybody's Autonomy : Connective Reading and Collective Identity Spahr, Juliana 9780817310530 Reader-response criticism Language and culture--United States--History--20th century American poetry--20th century--History and criticism Authors and readers--United States--History--20th century Group identity in literature Identity (Psychology) in literature PS310 .L33 S63 2015 EB EBSCO