Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word
'Professor Ong has managed to synthesize an incredible amount of thought and at the same time has carried some of his earlier ideas still further. Orality and Literacyshould become a classic. It is eminently assignable for undergraduate courses'- Professor John Ahern
'No comparable work on this important subject exists. Thanks to the lucidity of its style and presentation of complex thought, this is a work that will be accessible and useful...it will be the standard introduction to this topic for some years to come'- Choice
'Professor Walter Ong's new book explores some of the profound changes in our thought processes, personality and social structures which are the result, at various stages of our history, of the development of speech, writing and print. And he projects his analysis further into the age of mass electronic communications media...the cumulative impact of the book is dazzling. Read this book. Literature will never be the same again. And neither will you'- Robert Giddings, Tribune
'This admirably lucid book...has obvious implications for philosophy, literature, linguistics, sociology, psychology, education, and Biblical studies...I believe this is the best book Ong has published'- Thomas J. Farrell, Cross Currents
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Review: Orality and LiteracyUser Review - Plamen Miltenoff - Goodreads
p. 9 human beings in primary oral cultures, those untouched by writing in any form, learn a great deal and possess an practice great wisdom, but they do not "study." they learn by apprenticeship ... Read full review
Review: Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the WordUser Review - Sara - Goodreads
Okay, so this is a challenging read and was actually one of my college textbooks, but it taught me invaluable things about: the nature of communication, including interaction between people, and how ... Read full review
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Walter J. Ong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ong's most widely known work, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word (1982), a volume in the New Accents Series, is translated into eleven ...
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February 26, 2007. “Writing Restructures Consciousness”. In this chapter, Ong discusses the paradoxical position of Learned Latin. Latin was a writing-based ...
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Orality and Literacy » slideshare
Professor Mindy mcadams's presentation about some of the key ideas from Walter J. Ong's classic text, originally published in 1982
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