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Human connection and the new media. Edited by Barry N. Schwartz.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1973] .
ISBN 0134447522

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LIB stacks
HM258 .S29 Available Request
George Mason
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HM258.S3 H8 Available Request
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HM258 .S29 Available Request
Subjects Communication -- Social aspects.
Human engineering.
Mass media -- Social aspects.
Social values.
Series Human futures series.
Description viii, 179 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Fuller, R. B. Utopia or oblivion.--Widmer, K. Sensibility under technocracy: reflections on the culture of processed communications.--Lilly, J. Mental health and communication.--Wiener, N. Cybernetics in history.--Singh, J. Language and communication.--Schwartz, B. Video tape and the communications revolution.--Schwartz, B. and Watkins, J.-G. The anatomy of cable television.--Masters, R. E. L. and Houston, J. Subjective realities.--Asimov, I. I can't believe I saw the whole thing!--Freedman, J. and Korn, H. Somebody up there like me.--Collier, B. L. Brain power: the case for bio-feedback training.--Schwartz, B. Lewis--the electronic person.--Keen, S. From dolphins to LSD: a conversation with John Lilly. Pietsch, P. Shuffle brain.--Goldmark, P. C. Tomorrow we will communicate to our jobs.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00628335
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