Walter Ong's Contributions to Cultural Studies: The Phenomenology of the Word and I-thou Communication
This analytic survey and evaluation renders an account of Ong's contributions to cultural studies. Chapter 1 serves as a prologue to the study and the initial discussion of the import of Ong's work is set forth. Chapter 2 presents background information about Ong's life and work and both Chapters 1 and 2 contain definitions of issues and terms.
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ONGS LIFE AND WORK
ONG STUDIES PETER RAMUS AND RAMISM
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Thomas J. Farrell,Robert R. White
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