In the Brazilian context, we lack a methodology for abstracting audiovisual documents. To address this, several authors have proposed different approaches. As an additional contribution, this research proposes cultural warrant and hospitality as a principle that could be considered during the abstracting of animation. Domain analysis was used as a method, and from the analyzed animation institutions we identified the discursive community and the institutional proposals. From the literature reviewed, the existing approach for abstracting was identified and named here as the document dimension. As a result, we concluded that the principle of cultural warrant and hospitality needs more theoretical discussion; however, it was also possible to apply it beyond the classification system. We also concluded that this principle could help to identify what attributes from animation film should be ensured during the abstracting, since this process should include elements based on the community needs and not only document attributes.
"Cultural Warrant and Hospitality in Animation Film Abstracting,"
Proceedings from the Document Academy: Vol. 8
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/docam/vol8/iss2/1
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