The Orality of Business: Acting on the Edge of Literate CultureExplorations in Media Ecology (2004)
Long-standing enmities abound between the Enlightenment spheres of economic, moral, and civic society. Walter Ong’s notion of orality as a rhetorical mindset, which encompasses social, epistemological, and discursive elements, casts these conflicts in terms of communication culture.
Citation InformationDale Cyphert. "The Orality of Business: Acting on the Edge of Literate Culture" Explorations in Media Ecology Vol. 3 Iss. 1 (2004)
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