Echoes and Reflections: On Media Ecology as a Field of Study
Hampton Press, 2006 - 180 páginas
Lance Strate takes the reader on a journey through the interdisciplinary, communication-centered field of media ecology, the study of media as environments, a field that encompasses the study of technology, symbol systems, and aesthetic form, in addition to traditional conceptions of media and mediation. Strate presents media ecology as an open-ended intellectual tradition, a network of great books and independent thinkers. Echoes and Reflections: On Media Ecology as a Field of Study is a unique book that provides the first comprehensive overview of the field, followed by a case study concerning the relationship between modes of communication and constructions of the self.
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ferent modes of experience and existence . It follows that Echoes and Reflections
is not a book that adopts or advocates a universal and monolithic position along
the lines of Platonism , Marxism , Freudianism , and so forth , although it does ...
Literature moves in language as a medium , but that medium comprises two
layers , the latent content of language - our intuitive record of experience — and
the particular conformation of a given language — the specific how of our record
174 ) In other words , the concrete is the basis of human experience — the very
term concrete is a material metaphor . Implicit in concrete mental operations is
the experience of material reality , of being “ close to the human lifeworld ” in Ong
' s ...
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