Transforming McLuhan: Cultural, Critical, and Postmodern Perspectives
'Transforming McLuhan' repositions Canadian media and culture thinker Marshall McLuhan as a uniquely important critic of modernity, resisting uncontrolled technological change. Rejecting the view of McLuhan as an uncritical herald of technotopia, contributors represent diverse academic perspectives, and include Douglas Kellner, Nick Stevenson, Gary Genosko, Richard Cavell, Lance Strate, Glenn Willmott, Patrick Brantlinger, Donna Flayhan, and Bob Hanke.
New York, NY
Marshall McLuhan, Mass media and culture, Mass media, Philosophy, Critical theory, Mass media criticism
Communication | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication
Grosswiler, Paul Editor, "Transforming McLuhan: Cultural, Critical, and Postmodern Perspectives" (2010). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 43.