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Media, Technology, and Society: Theories of Media Evolution

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Media, Technology, and Society: Theories of Media Evolution
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0472050826
ISBN-13: 9780472050826

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In Media, Technology, and Society, some of the most prominent figures in media studies explore the issue of media evolution. Focusing on a variety of compelling examples in media history, ranging from the telephone to the television, the radio to the Internet, these essays collectively address a series of notoriously vexing questions about the nature of technological change.

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