An Analysis of the Position and Status of Sound Ratio in Contemporary Society
This study traces the process of specularization, whereby the hegemonies of state, church, patriarchy and the mass media have attempted to marginalize the role of sound in contemporary society. It contributes to an inter-disciplinary understanding of sound's unique characteristics.
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The Historical Development of a Specular
New Technologies and the Partial Eclipse
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