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The notion of intermediality refers to a plurality of theoretical approaches that study the relationships between media. These approaches converge in the primacy that they accord to relationships, which is primary to its components, in the attention they pay to the materiality of the mediation, and, for several years, in the adoption of anti-essentialist perspectives that oppose the conception of media as fixed-identity forms. The scope of intermediality includes, but is not limited to, the study of intermedial practices.