Without regard to genre, is there a commonly accepted term for the various ways that book content can be presented?
For instance, consider the following (an incomplete list):
- Case studies
- Scratch 'n' sniffs
As best I can tell, the terms "literary device" and "narrative device" are used to describe plot, theme, PoV, voice, and such and do not include the actual presentations. Of course I could use the word "presentations" as a collective term, or perhaps "exhibits", but is there already an accepted term in the book world?