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Media, Communication and "The Information Society"

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by Sally Gill on 12 September 2013

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Transcript of Media, Communication and "The Information Society"

Media, Communication and "The Information Society"
stone: cave painting
clay: cuneiform
stone: hieroglyphs
illuminated manuscripts
We often hear our
current era described as "the
information age." But every society
throughout history has depended upon the
creation and exchange of information to record their collective knowledge, to educate, to inspire,
to create a sense of community identity, to engage
in trade & commerce, and to tell their stories.

In different parts of the world in different
times, different media have been used;
sometimes in groups, sometimes

screens: motion pictures
pages: printing press
screens: television
computer screen: multiple media, multiple functions
motion pictures
social connections
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