9 edition of McLuhan: pro & con found in the catalog.
McLuhan: pro & con
|Statement||edited and with an introd. by Raymond Rosenthal.|
|LC Classifications||P85.M23 R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||68021725|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rosenthal, Raymond. McLuhan: pro & con. New York, Funk & Wagnalls  (OCoLC) Named Person: Marshall McLuhan. Cover title: McLuhan: pro & con. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags)Pages: Looking for books by Marshall McLuhan.
See all books authored by Marshall McLuhan, including Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, and The medium is the massage, and more on There is no study of McLuhan that does not include a discussion of Harold Innis, often to the detriment of McLuhan.
Many critics, most notably James Carey in McLuhan: Pro and Con (), see McLuhan's work as merely building on one of Innis's minor insights regarding the impact of the media on the human sensorium.
McLuhan had indeed maintained that The Gutenberg Galaxy was ‘a footnote to the. McLuhan: Pro & Con revd; por. Are the Days of McLuhanacy Numbered?; McLUHAN: Pro & Con. Edited and With an introduction by Raymond Rosenthal.
By Marshall McLuhan, Quentin Fiore and co-ordinated by Jerome Agel Bantam Books/Random House (), Gingko Press () More than 40 years after its initial publication inthis piquant classic is being released once again in its original hardcover format in celebration of the McLuhan Centenary.
The book was originally named “The Medium is the Massage” as a mistake but McLuhan loved so much the first edition was printed with that name. Even though this book was published in before social media, apps, smartphones, even laptops we can still relate to his message.
nounced McLuhan a dozen years ago in a cryptic and uncompromising aphor ism whose meaning is still being ex plored. The title of his latest book, an illustrated popular paperback treatment of his theories, playfully proclaims that The Medium ls the Massage-a title calculated to drive typesetters and crit ics to hashish and beyond.
McLuhan Understanding Media The extensions of man London and New York. CONTENTS PARTI 1 A successful book cannot venture to be more than ten per cent new." Such a risk seems quite worth taking at the present time when the stakes are very high, and the need to understand the effects of.
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Various publications also appeared as commentaries and critiques of McLuhan. These included Harold Rosenthal's McLuhan: Pro and Con (), Jonathan Miller's McLuhan, and Dennis Duffy's Marshall McLuhan. In the mid s McLuhan collaborated with his son Eric, and Kathryn Hutchon to publish a curriculum for media study.
Procon Ltd. Information & Security: An International Journal About; Business areas. Business Process; Business Intelligence; Knowledge Dissemination. “After three thousand years of explosion, by means of fragmentary and mechanical technologies, the Western world is imploding” (McLuhan 3).
1 With these words on the first page of Understanding Media published inMarshall McLuhan burst onto the intellectual scene with his most influential book.
At the time the Commonweal Review called. My focus of attention in this thesis is the concept of the 'global village' articulated by Marshall McLuhan and the Internet as a case study through which to examine McLuhan's claims.