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Title Of Ong and media ecology : essays in communication, composition and literary studies / edited by Thomas J. Farrell and Paul A. Soukup.
Published New York : Hampton Press, c2012.
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 Floor3  P92.5.O54 O42 2012    IN LIBRARY
  
Description vi, 357 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Hampton Press communication series. Media ecology.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Introduction: Ong's phenomenological history of the noosphere / Thomas J. Farrell and Paul A. Soukup -- Walter Ong, S.J.: a retrospective / Paul A. Soukup -- Ong's Call for a revolution in our thinking / Thomas J. Farrell -- Presence and interiority: Walter Ong's contribution to a diachronic phenomenology of voice / Corey Anton -- Sounding out Ong: orality across the media environments / Lance Strate -- World as event: aspects of Chipewyan ontology / David M. Smith -- Commentary and Xiaoshuo fiction / Timothy C. Wong -- Cinematically speaking: the impact of orality on Indian popular film, 1950s-1990s / Sheila J. Nayar -- The Hawstead panels: applied emblematics, Walter Ong, and the discourse of women in early modern England / Anna Marie Roos -- Memory and media: the narrative ideas of Walter J. Ong with demonstrations from texts by Homer, Gray, Longfellow, Mary Shelley, and Shelley Jackson / Sharon Cumberland -- Faith in pretext: an Ongian context for the confidence-man / Thomas D. Zlatic -- Imitation in classical and current-traditional rhetoric: reading/writing instruction and the dynamics of orality and literacy / James C. McDonald -- Ong's work and college writing instruction: a modest proposal / Thomas J. Farrell -- The polemic cast of discourse: history, communication studies, and pedagogy / Ralph Beliveau and Anthony Palmeri.
Subject Ong, Walter J.
Communication.
Communication and culture.
Literature -- Philosophy.
Related Names Farrell, Thomas J.
Soukup, Paul A.
Ong, Walter J.
ISBN 9781612890746 (hardbound)
1612890741 (hardbound)
9781612890753 (paperbound)
161289075X (paperbound)
OCLC number 765485282