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over Mediatheorie

taal, beeld, geluid, gedrag

Author:Arjen Mulder

Publisher:NAi Uitgevers, V2_

ISBN: 978-90-5662-782-9

  • Paperback
  • Dutch
  • 216 Pages
  • Oct 20, 2010

Understanding Media Theory is a clear and accessible introduction to media theory. No prior knowledge is needed to read this book other than a everyday familiarity with media, which is characteristic of our age and our society. It describes how media make us who we are and seeks to create distance from what we become through our ongoing interaction with media.

This book by Arjen Mulder is about understanding the media of the last hundred thousand years and about learning to play with them instead of being played with by them. Arjen Mulder does not summarize the work of theoreticians and philosophers, but makes media theory understandable by discussing all its important concepts, approaches and areas of interest through concrete examples and experiences.

Understanding Media Theory is a clear and accessible introduction to media theory. No prior knowledge is needed to read this book other than a everyday familiarity with media, which is characteristic of our age and our society. It describes how media make us who we are and seeks to create distance from what we become through our ongoing interaction with media.

This book by Arjen Mulder is about understanding the media of the last hundred thousand years and about learning to play with them instead of being played with by them. Arjen Mulder does not summarize the work of theoreticians and philosophers, but makes media theory understandable by discussing all its important concepts, approaches and areas of interest through concrete examples and experiences.

Arjen Mulder is an Amsterdam-based biologist and media theorist who has written several books and articles on contemporary media culture and on the relationship between technical media, physical experiences and belief systems.

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