- October 24, 2010
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- a/v discussion, digital orality, discourse & technology, Ong, Oral Communication, OVC, social theory
- Posted by Time Barrow
[C]ultures which do not reduce words to space but know them only as oral-aural phenomena, in actuality or in the imagination, naturally regard words as more powerful than do literate cultures” (112). Ong, Walter J. The Presence of the Word: Some Prolegomena for Cultural and Religious History. T...Continue reading ...