Media Ecology: A Complex and Systemic Metadiscipline
AbstractMedia ecology is not the theoretical stream of communication studies and it is not limited to Marshall McLuhan´s work and thinking; however, we focus on McLuhan’s approach to media ecology for this special issue on the philosophy of Marshall McLuhan. Media ecology is a complex and systemic metadiscipline whose object of study is the changes and effects that have occurred in society as a result of the evolution of technology and media throughout history. View Full-Text
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Islas, O.; Bernal, J.D. Media Ecology: A Complex and Systemic Metadiscipline. Philosophies 2016, 1, 190-198.
Islas O, Bernal JD. Media Ecology: A Complex and Systemic Metadiscipline. Philosophies. 2016; 1(3):190-198.Chicago/Turabian Style
Islas, Octavio; Bernal, Juan D. 2016. "Media Ecology: A Complex and Systemic Metadiscipline." Philosophies 1, no. 3: 190-198.