Documentation (genre)

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A document is a publication or journalistic form of presentation with the claim a possible authentic to give insight into a topic. In contrast to content that is created in the context of documentation , documentation is not pure metadata but fictional narratives. There is a mix of narrative and explanatory elements in documentary works such as documentaries and radio features . Documentation can be distinguished from literary and journalistic stories on the one hand and from publications with a purely descriptive character ( tutorials , instructions for use , technical documentation , software documentation , etc.) on the other . In intermediate forms like docufiction and docusoaps fictional elements of the claim is softened to a realistic representation of reality by the integration.