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Unformatted Document Text:  31 Nunberg, G. (1996) Farewell to the Information Age. In G. Nunberg (Ed.) The Future of the Book (pp. 103-136). Berkeley: University of California Press. Ong. W.J. (1982). Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. London: Routledge. Panofsky, E. (1992). Style and Medium in the Motion Pictures. In G. Mast, M. Cohen & L. Baudry (Eds.) Film Theory and Criticism (pp. 233-248). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Originally published in 1934. Robins K. and Webster F. (1999). Times of the Technoculture: From the Information Society to the Virtual Life. London: Routledge. Scannell, P. (1996). Radio, Television and Modern Life: A Phenomenological Approach. Oxford: Blackwell. Schiller, D. (1994). From Culture to Information and Back Again: Commoditization as a Route to Knowledge. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 11, 93-111. Schweizer, N. (1972). The Ut Pictura Poesis Controversy in Eighteenth Century England and Germany. Frankfurt: Herbert Lang. Scott, A. (1999). The Cultural Economy: Geography and the Creative Field, Media, Culture and Society, 21, 807-817. Silverstone, R. (1994). Television and Everyday Life. London: Routledge. Stamps, J. (1995). Unthinking Modernity: Innis, McLuhan and the Frankfurt School. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press. Wellbery, D. (1984). Lessing’s Laocoon: Semiotics and the Age of Reason. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Williams, R. (1990). Television: Technology and Cultural Form. London: Routledge. Wittel, A. (2001). Toward a Network Sociality. Theory, Culture and Society, 18, 51-76.

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Nunberg, G. (1996) Farewell to the Information Age. In G. Nunberg (Ed.) The Future of the
Book (pp. 103-136). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Ong. W.J. (1982). Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. London: Routledge.
Panofsky, E. (1992). Style and Medium in the Motion Pictures. In G. Mast, M. Cohen & L.
Baudry (Eds.) Film Theory and Criticism (pp. 233-248). Oxford: Oxford University
Press. Originally published in 1934.
Robins K. and Webster F. (1999). Times of the Technoculture: From the Information Society
to the Virtual Life. London: Routledge.
Scannell, P. (1996). Radio, Television and Modern Life: A Phenomenological Approach.
Oxford: Blackwell.
Schiller, D. (1994). From Culture to Information and Back Again: Commoditization as a
Route to Knowledge. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 11, 93-111.
Schweizer, N. (1972). The Ut Pictura Poesis Controversy in Eighteenth Century England and
Germany. Frankfurt: Herbert Lang.
Scott, A. (1999). The Cultural Economy: Geography and the Creative Field, Media, Culture
and Society, 21, 807-817.
Silverstone, R. (1994). Television and Everyday Life. London: Routledge.
Stamps, J. (1995). Unthinking Modernity: Innis, McLuhan and the Frankfurt School.
Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.
Wellbery, D. (1984). Lessing’s Laocoon: Semiotics and the Age of Reason. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press.
Williams, R. (1990). Television: Technology and Cultural Form. London: Routledge.
Wittel, A. (2001). Toward a Network Sociality. Theory, Culture and Society, 18, 51-76.


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