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Technological Constructions of Reality: An Ontological Perspective
Unformatted Document Text:  Running Head: TECHNOLOGICAL CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY MacDonald, M. (2006). Empire and communication: The media wars of Marshall McLuhan. Media, Culture & Society, 28(4), 505-520. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from E- Journals database. Mannheim, K. (1997). ‘The Problem of Generations’. Collected Works of Karl Mannheim. London: Routledge. Marx, K. & Engels, F. (2002). The communist manifesto (S. Moore, Trans.). New York: Penguin. (Original work published 1888). McKay, S., Thurlow, C., & Toomey Zimmerman, H. (2005). Wired whizzes or techno slaves? Teens and their emergent communication technologies. In A. Williams & C. Thurlow (Eds.), Talking Adolescence: Perspectives on Communication in the Teenage Years (pp. 185-203). New York: Peter Lang. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from,Thurlow,Toomey- Zimmerman(2005)-chapter.pdf McLuhan, E. & Zingrone, F. (Eds.). (1995). Essential McLuhan. New York: Basic Books. Merrin, W. (2002). Implosion, simulation and the pseudo-event: A critique of McLuhan. Economy and Society, 31(3), 369-390. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from EconLit database. Meyrowitz, J. (1994). Medium Theory. In D. Crowley, & D. Mitchell (Eds.) Communication Theory Today (pp. 50-77). Cambridge, England: Polity Press. Oosterhoff, R. (2001). Meyrowitz, McLuhan, medium theory and me: Why medium theory needs to be taught alongside techniques for new communication technologies. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from ERIC database. Pedersen, I. (2008). “No Apple iPhone? You must be Canadian”: Mobile technologies, 30

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MacDonald, M. (2006). Empire and communication: The media wars of Marshall McLuhan. 
Media, Culture & Society, 28(4), 505-520. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from E-
Journals database.
Mannheim, K. (1997). ‘The Problem of Generations’. Collected Works of Karl Mannheim
London: Routledge.
Marx, K. & Engels, F. (2002). The communist manifesto (S. Moore, Trans.). New York: Penguin. 
(Original work published 1888).
McKay, S., Thurlow, C., & Toomey Zimmerman, H. (2005). Wired whizzes or techno slaves? 
Teens and their emergent communication technologies. In A. Williams & C. Thurlow 
(Eds.), Talking Adolescence: Perspectives on Communication in the Teenage Years (pp. 
185-203). New York: Peter Lang. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from 
McLuhan, E. & Zingrone, F. (Eds.). (1995). Essential McLuhan. New York: Basic Books.
Merrin, W. (2002). Implosion, simulation and the pseudo-event: A critique of McLuhan. 
Economy and Society, 31(3), 369-390. Retrieved November 27, 2009 from EconLit 
Meyrowitz, J. (1994). Medium Theory. In D. Crowley, & D. Mitchell (Eds.) Communication 
Theory Today (pp. 50-77). Cambridge, England: Polity Press.
Oosterhoff, R. (2001). Meyrowitz, McLuhan, medium theory and me: Why medium theory 
needs to be taught alongside techniques for new communication technologies. Retrieved 
November 27, 2009 from ERIC database.
Pedersen, I. (2008). “No Apple iPhone? You must be Canadian”: Mobile technologies, 

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