Definition of Mcluhan
1. Noun. Canadian writer noted for his analyses of the mass media (1911-1980).
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Literary usage of Mcluhan
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1. A Mind AT Work: We are our Questions. An Homage to Mihai Nadinby Mihai Nadin, Mercedes Vilanova, Frederic Chordá by Mihai Nadin, Mercedes Vilanova, Frederic Chordá (2003)
"... McLuhan" "...not among the usual lamentations" Civilization of Illiteracy: Language, Reality and Renewal An Interpretive Summary of Mihai ..."
2. Endocrine Evaluation by Ian Ramsey, Anna Tebb (2006)
" McLuhan, M. Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Routledge, London, 1964.  Manovich, L. The Language of New ..."
3. A New World of Knowledge: Canadian Universities and Globalizationby Sheryl Bond, Jean-Pierre Lemasson by Sheryl Bond, Jean-Pierre Lemasson (1999)
"In fact, Innis had been even more specific on this question than McLuhan, in stressing that the impact of a technology arises from the techniques associated ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1896)
"John McLuhan, farmer, of the township of Proton, being sworn, deposed as follows : I do not remember the date on which the first illness took place in the ..."
5. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"Compare these remarks made by the organisers to statements by McLuhan on the future multimedia museum: ‘McLuhan and Parker made ..."