Marshall McLuhan

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Canadian writer noted for his analyses of the mass media (1911-1980)

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Finding McLuhan: The Mind / The Man / The Message" should be considered an essential addition to academic library Communication Theory & Practice reference collections and the supplemental studies lists for students, as well as being of immense value to non-specialist general readers with an interest in the life and work of Marshall McLuhan.
REFERENCES: The ideas of Marshall McLuhan were summarised from several of his books as indicated below:
Marshall McLuhan, a Canadian philosopher of communication theory whose work is viewed as one of the cornerstones of the study of media theory, was also a literary scholar who believed artists could offer new perspectives into the world.
For Marshall McLuhan (1959), a figure of rhetoric enacts a posture of mind (339-348).
Marshall McLuhan reminds us that visionaries with a practical mind keep communication a challenging art form.
Marshall McLuhan sera um dos precursores neste novo estrelato, encerrando uma tradicao marcada pela figura do intelectual discreto e ate timido, como um Walter Benjamin.
A young Canadian convert to Catholicism, Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980), proved a significantly influential figure in Ong's career, directing his attention to questions that he would explore in depth later on throughout his life.
And as Marshall McLuhan used to say, the message and the medium will eventually become indistinguishable.
Interest in Marshall McLuhan had been dormant for nearly twenty years when the Whole Earth Catalog inspired/staffed Wired Magazine published its first issue in January 1993, with McLuhan declared as its "Patron Saint.
Marshall McLuhan, author of The Global Village, devoted most of his career to the task of understanding the effects of technology related to popular culture and how this, in turn, affected humans and their relations with one another in communities.
In the 1960s Marshall McLuhan, the famous and controversial futurist, preached that the medium is the message.
The first thing that popped into my head was Marshall McLuhan.
But 'Global Village' is an actual academic term popularized by Canadian mass communication theorist Marshall McLuhan in the sixties when studies on multiculturalism were still in their infancy.
Novelist douglas coupland is an inspired choice to write on Marshall McLuhan in Penguin Canada's Extraordinary Canadians series.
This year marks the centenary birthday of English literature professor, media theorist, and "global village" prophet Herbert Marshall McLuhan in Edmonton on 21 July 1911.
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