Culture is our business [by] Marshall McLuhan.


New York, McGraw-Hill [1970] .

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Subjects Communication.
Culture.
Cultuurkritiek.
Massacommunicatie.
Psychologie sociale.
Publicité -- Aspect psychologique.
Reclame.
Social psychology.
Description 336 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Summary "Examines our civilization as it manifests itself through th century's one great art form, advertising."
Contents Flip -- Breakdown as breakthrough -- Culture is our business -- Political gap -- Violence is the quest for identity -- Goals versus image -- (Hot/cool) groovy: rut or grave? -- Centralism versus decentralism -- The pool of space -- Jung and easily Freudened -- "My consumers, are they not my producers?" -- Sound profile -- Speak, that I may see you -- Rear-view mirror -- Input is not experience -- Invisible environment -- Media mix -- Breaking out in spots -- The people movers -- All Indians walk single file -- The West shall shake the East -- News that stays news -- I'll never forget what's-his-name -- Slang -- Plus c'est la même chose -- Help beautify junk yards -- Software.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)68442
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980.
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