Marshall McLuhan

In the early 1960s, McLuhan wrote that visual, individualistic print culture would be replaced by what he called "electronic interdependence," creating a new "global village". Novelist Coupland regards the celebrated academic as a kind of performance artist, offering profound but sometimes obscure insights into how technology was reshaping the world and its inhabitants.

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Toronto : Penguin Canada, 2010, 2009
Support : 
Daisy audio
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(6 hrs., 27 min.)
Adaptation : 
Institut national canadien pour les aveugles (ABC)
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