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Understanding media the extensions of man

When first published, Marshall McLuhan's Understanding Media made history with its radical view of the effects of electronic communications upon man and life in the twentieth century. This edition of McLuhan's best-known book both enhances its accessibility to a general audience and provides the full critical apparatus necessary for scholars. In Terrence Gordon's own words, ?McLuhan is in full flight already in the introduction, challenging us to plunge with him into what he calls ?the creative process of knowing.'" Much to the chagrin of his contemporary critics McLuhan's preference was.

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  • "McLuhan's view of a media-sculpted society of the future."
  • "When first published, Marshall McLuhan's Understanding Media made history with its radical view of the effects of electronic communications upon man and life in the twentieth century. This edition of McLuhan's best-known book both enhances its accessibility to a general audience and provides the full critical apparatus necessary for scholars. In Terrence Gordon's own words, ?McLuhan is in full flight already in the introduction, challenging us to plunge with him into what he calls ?the creative process of knowing.'" Much to the chagrin of his contemporary critics McLuhan's preference was."@en
  • ""This reissue ... marks the thirtieth annivesary (1964-1994) of Marshall McLuhan's classic exposé on the state of the then-emerging phenomenon of mass media. ... In a new introduction ... Harper's editor Lewis H. Lapham reevaluates McLuhan's work in the light of the technological as well as the political and social changes that have occurred in the last part of this century."--Back cover."
  • "Analyzes how language, speech and technology shape human behavior in the era of mass communication."
  • "This reissue marks the thirtieth anniversary (1964-1994) of McLuhan's classic expose on the state of the then emerging phenomenon of mass media. Terms and phrases such as "the global village" and "the medium is the message" are now part of the lexicon, and McLuhan's theories continue to challenge our sensibilities and our assumptions about how and what we communicate. There has been a notable resurgence of interest in McLuhan's work in recent years, fueled by the Internet and growing competition and confluence among cable, telephone, wireless and other telecommunications technologies, resulting in new media models and information ecologies. In a new introduction to this edition of Understanding Media, Harper's editor Lewis Lapham reevaluates McLuhan's work in the light of the technological as well as the political and social changes that have occurred in the last part of this century.--From publisher description."
  • "This reissue marks the thirtieth anniversary (1964-1994) of McLuhan's classic expose on the state of the then emerging phenomenon of mass media. Terms and phrases such as "the global village" and "the medium is the message" are now part of the lexicon, and McLuhan's theories continue to challenge our sensibilities and our assumptions about how and what we communicate. There has been a notable resurgence of interest in McLuhan's work in recent years, fueled by the Internet and growing competition and confluence among cable, telephone, wireless and other telecommunications technologies, resulting in new media models and information ecologies. In a new introduction to this edition of Understanding Media, Harper's editor Lewis Lapham reevaluates McLuhan's work in the light of the technological as well as the political and social changes that have occurred in the last part of this century.--From publisher description."@en
  • "Written 20 years before the PC revolution and 30 years before the rise of the Internet, Marshall McLuhan believed that the message of electronic media foretold the end of humanity as it was known."

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