Diagram

As usual, we will use the diagrams as fodder for our class conferences this week and seeing each other’s work will help generate deeper discussion. (Note, you may also use this discussion forum to post your reflection on this week’s live conference recordings if you cannot attend this week’s conferences and wish to receive participation credit.)

Discussion Forum Prompt:
1. How do Innis’ conceptions and ideas pertain to your theory?

Please include your diagram as an attachment in your discussion post for this week. If you are using a diagramming tool like Scapple, make sure to attach a jpeg/png/jpg file or a screenshot of it, so that your classmates can see it even if they do not use that software. See the diagram instructions here: https://tc.instructure.com/courses/2634/assignments/18978?module_item_id=81258.

Reading password: f.a.moretti
Harold A. Innis. Selections from Empire and Communications.Preview the documentView in a new window
– “Foreword” by Marshall McLuhan;
– “Introduction”;
– “Four: The Oral Tradition and Greek Civilization”;
– “Five: The Written Tradition and Roman Empire”

Harold A. Innis. From The Bias of CommunicationPreview the documentView in a new window
– A Plea for Time
– The Problem of Space
Harold A. Innis. From The Bias of CommunicationPreview the documentView in a new window
– Minerva’s Owl
– The Bias of Communication

Sample Solution

ACED ESSAYS