Reading Digital Fiction Project WALLPAPER Immersion Study Data


These data were collected in November 2015 at Bank Street Arts Gallery in Sheffield, UK, as part of the Reading Digital Fiction project study on immersion. Fourteen people participated in the study in total. The data collection consisted of four audio-recorded structured discussions of a piece of digital fiction which was exhibited at Bank Street Arts as a installation and which participants had experienced before the discussion. The digital fiction was WALLPAPER by Andy Campbell and Judi Alston (2015). The transcripts are anonymized transcriptions of four discussion groups.

Keywords: digital fiction; empirical research; stylistics; immersion; reader response
Academic units: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) > Academic Departments > Department of Humanities
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) > Research Centres > Humanities Research Centre (HRC)
Funder NameGrant NumberFunder ID
Arts and Humanities Research CouncilAH/K004174/1
Copyright Holders: Sheffield Hallam University
Publisher of the data: SHU Research Data Archive (SHURDA)
Publication date: 5 September 2017
Data last accessed: 20 November 2018
Embargo expiry date: 1 July 2022
Reason(s) for restriction and conditions for access: The embargo date is set for five years after the end of the project to allow the creators to publish work analyzing the data before releasing the data to the public.


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