Mediematrice

Mediematrice Mediematrice betegner den konstellation af medier, der indgår i et samfunds kommunikative infrastruktur. En given matrice kan danne grundlag for indbyrdes forskellige mediesystemer. Da nye medier som oftest både tilfører nye kommunikationsmuligheder og giver anledning til at anvende eksisterende medier på nye måder (refunktionalisering) må det enkelte medie forstås i sammenhæng med den historiske […]

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Ong 1982, Auerbach 1946/1959 eller 1965, Innis 1950, Foster 1988, Finnemann 1989, Lewis, M. 1999, Eisenstein, E.L. 1979, Mokyr 1990, Chartier 1992 eller 1994, Briggs & Burke 2002

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