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Title The Toronto school of communication theory : interpretations, extensions, applications / edited by Rita Watson and Menahem Blondheim.
Publication Info [Toronto] : University of Toronto Press ; Jerusalem : Hebrew University Magnes Press, ©2007.



Descript 1 online resource (366 pages) : illustrations
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Contents The Toronto School and Communication Research / Elihu Katz -- Innis, McLuhan and the Toronto School / Menahem Blondheim and Rita Watson -- Between essentialism and constructivism: Harold Innis and World Order Transformations / Ronald J. Diebert -- "The significance of communication" according to Harold Adams Innis / Menahem Blondheim -- Marshall McLuhan: genealogy and legacy / James W. Carey -- McLuhan: where did he come from, where did he disappear? / Ruth Katz and Elihu Katz -- Northrop Frye and the Toronto School of Communication theory / Arthur Siegel -- Bias of bias: Innis, Lessing and the problem of space / Paul Frosh -- Monopolies of news: Harold Innis, the telegraph and wire services / Gene Allen -- Revitalizing time: an Innisian perspective on the internet / Xiaoquan Zhao -- Articulating Mcluhan: a cognitive-pragmatic perspective on the consequences of communication media / Rita Watson -- Global village, the nation state and ethnic community: audiences of communication and the boundaries of identity / Hillel Nosseck and Hanna Adoni -- Rare to medium: a full taxonomy of elements for assessing how well (done) the internet's unique capabilities are currently exploited by e-magazines / Nava Cohen-Avigdor and Sam Lehman-Wilzig -- Conceptualizing the right to privacy: ethical and legal considerations / Raphael Cohen-Almagor -- From the spider to the web: Innis' ecological approach to the evolution of communication technologies / Limor Shifman and Menahem Blondheim -- Whatever happened to the Toronto school? / David R. Olson.
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ISBN 9781442689442 (e-book)
1442689447 (e-book)
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Subject Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952.
McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980.
Frye, Northrop.
Communication -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Influence.
Mass media -- Political aspects.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Mass media -- Canada.
Alt author Watson, Rita, 1949- editor.
Blondheim, Menahem, 1954- editor.
Descript 1 online resource (366 pages) : illustrations
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Contents The Toronto School and Communication Research / Elihu Katz -- Innis, McLuhan and the Toronto School / Menahem Blondheim and Rita Watson -- Between essentialism and constructivism: Harold Innis and World Order Transformations / Ronald J. Diebert -- "The significance of communication" according to Harold Adams Innis / Menahem Blondheim -- Marshall McLuhan: genealogy and legacy / James W. Carey -- McLuhan: where did he come from, where did he disappear? / Ruth Katz and Elihu Katz -- Northrop Frye and the Toronto School of Communication theory / Arthur Siegel -- Bias of bias: Innis, Lessing and the problem of space / Paul Frosh -- Monopolies of news: Harold Innis, the telegraph and wire services / Gene Allen -- Revitalizing time: an Innisian perspective on the internet / Xiaoquan Zhao -- Articulating Mcluhan: a cognitive-pragmatic perspective on the consequences of communication media / Rita Watson -- Global village, the nation state and ethnic community: audiences of communication and the boundaries of identity / Hillel Nosseck and Hanna Adoni -- Rare to medium: a full taxonomy of elements for assessing how well (done) the internet's unique capabilities are currently exploited by e-magazines / Nava Cohen-Avigdor and Sam Lehman-Wilzig -- Conceptualizing the right to privacy: ethical and legal considerations / Raphael Cohen-Almagor -- From the spider to the web: Innis' ecological approach to the evolution of communication technologies / Limor Shifman and Menahem Blondheim -- Whatever happened to the Toronto school? / David R. Olson.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781442689442 (e-book)
1442689447 (e-book)
Subject Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952.
McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980.
Frye, Northrop.
Communication -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Influence.
Mass media -- Political aspects.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Mass media -- Canada.
Alt author Watson, Rita, 1949- editor.
Blondheim, Menahem, 1954- editor.

Subject Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952.
McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980.
Frye, Northrop.
Communication -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Influence.
Mass media -- Political aspects.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Mass media -- Canada.
Descript 1 online resource (366 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents The Toronto School and Communication Research / Elihu Katz -- Innis, McLuhan and the Toronto School / Menahem Blondheim and Rita Watson -- Between essentialism and constructivism: Harold Innis and World Order Transformations / Ronald J. Diebert -- "The significance of communication" according to Harold Adams Innis / Menahem Blondheim -- Marshall McLuhan: genealogy and legacy / James W. Carey -- McLuhan: where did he come from, where did he disappear? / Ruth Katz and Elihu Katz -- Northrop Frye and the Toronto School of Communication theory / Arthur Siegel -- Bias of bias: Innis, Lessing and the problem of space / Paul Frosh -- Monopolies of news: Harold Innis, the telegraph and wire services / Gene Allen -- Revitalizing time: an Innisian perspective on the internet / Xiaoquan Zhao -- Articulating Mcluhan: a cognitive-pragmatic perspective on the consequences of communication media / Rita Watson -- Global village, the nation state and ethnic community: audiences of communication and the boundaries of identity / Hillel Nosseck and Hanna Adoni -- Rare to medium: a full taxonomy of elements for assessing how well (done) the internet's unique capabilities are currently exploited by e-magazines / Nava Cohen-Avigdor and Sam Lehman-Wilzig -- Conceptualizing the right to privacy: ethical and legal considerations / Raphael Cohen-Almagor -- From the spider to the web: Innis' ecological approach to the evolution of communication technologies / Limor Shifman and Menahem Blondheim -- Whatever happened to the Toronto school? / David R. Olson.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Watson, Rita, 1949- editor.
Blondheim, Menahem, 1954- editor.
ISBN 9781442689442 (e-book)
1442689447 (e-book)

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