Informations and abstract
Keywords: Post-media; New Literacies; Sociability.
The author addresses the issue of writing practices within the contemporary media landscape, which he defines a "post-media condition". In this context, two elements define writing practices. On the one hand, they are widespread, "naturalized", and intermodal. On the other hand, writing practices and productions play a fundamental role in the construction and representation of social bond within the information networks. In its conclusions, the author argues that high complexity writing practices represent the specific scope of teaching institution; indeed, this kind of practices require special skills linked to design competence and critical approach, which cannot be transmitted within non-institutional contexts.