The original work comes from Eric McLuhan and more directly addresses the idea of the theories of communication
as found in various key figures of Western learning: Aristotle, Cicero, Francis Bacon, Thomas Aquinas, and Marshall McLuhan.
The translation of our Theories of Communication
Networks book was just published there (Monge & Contractor, 2003).
In this Section, I will test the free-will theory against existing theories of communication
and show that the free-will theory more accurately describes communication--that is, that it better aligns with First Amendment cases and common intuition.
program aims to train generalists who are "able to use all forms of media; strategists and thinkers who can plan, research, and apply problem-solving techniques, and who can understand the theories of communication
and apply them with meaning to the chaos of the day's events and tasks."
Rocksen presents a detailed study of one science classroom practice using a framework based on dialogical theories of communication
. The research methodology focuses on eleven video-recorded lessons on biological evolution in a ninth-grade classroom, indicating that coordinating classroom communication so that the patterns described in this thesis provide learning opportunities for students.
Without such a problematizetion, theories of communication
will be partially successful at best.
The notion of the sermon as event is new (since the 1960s), not necessarily Lutheran (despite Ebeling's insistence that Luther used an Ebeling-like model for preaching), and increasingly difficult to maintain in light of many postmodern and liberation critiques, not to mention contemporary theories of communication
Theories of reading are theories of communication
; so are theories of viewing (Shimpach, 2011) and listening (Cook, 2011), along with some of the newly mediatised modes of media engagement such as searching and sharing.
In the first essay, Marshall McLuhan proposes a 'World Communication Series' of essays on different thinkers' theories of communication
. The rest of the book attempts to fulfill that vision.
It's a history both of studies and of theories of communication
However, this operation was then no longer theoretically reflected in terms of available theories of communication
. Instead of a failure-prone operation, communication was declared as a unity with an unambiguously defined structure.
Having used it in both a freshman-year foundation course (Systems and Theories of Communication
) required of all 400+ majors in the Department of Communications Media at Fitchburg State College, and in a required graduate foundation course (Communication Technologies and Society) at Clark University, I can personally vouch for the book's richness of material, the appropriateness of its explication, and perhaps most importantly, the stimulus to new ways of thinking that Bolter and Grusin provide students and instructors alike about what we have come to call new media.