- "We moved toward the future, or was it the past?" Mark Strand, "The Delirium Waltz" (1998)
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Here is my revised media chart. You can view the previous version of my chart here.
This week’s reflection prompt has two parts: 1. How has your understanding of “media culture” changed from the beginning of class to now? What overarching theories or approaches to media do you see coming out of the readings we have … Continue reading
Thanks to the readings and the introductions to the reading that you (Anne) wrote, I feel like I have a much better grip on Marxism and how this thought structure developed historically and continues to manifest itself in media theories. … Continue reading
I have approached this proposal assignment mindful of my intent to begin writing towards my dissertation. However, this has put a lot of pressure on me and I am not sure my plan will work. With this said, my two … Continue reading
According to Marshall McLuhan, the media that we use—“extensions” of ourselves—are powerful influences. The contemporary trend is to see these prostheses as mere tools. As a consequence, we live in a state of “inattention and unawareness of the situation” (92). … Continue reading