On the Future of Print: A Conversation with the Late Great Media Mentor Marshall McLuhan, "A Man of Print"

Engel, Howard R.
December 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p240
The article presents the thoughts of deceased Canadian author Herbert Marshall McLuhan regarding the future of print media, using quotes from interviews and books of McLuhan's throughout his life as a scholar. Topics explored in the discussion include differences between percepts and concepts, the impact of print on the psychology of readers, and McLuhan's four laws of media.


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