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McLuhan and Media Ecology

@inproceedings{Levinson2000McLuhanAM,
  title={McLuhan and Media Ecology},
  author={Paul Levinson},
  year={2000}
}
Without those elements, there would be no water. Of course, other factors are necessary. Hydrogen and oxygen on their own, in a vacuum, are not sufficient to create water. They are profoundly necessary, but not sufficient. Which describes McLuhan’s contribution to Media Ecology to a tee. Without his work in the 1950s and ’60s, there would be no field of study that sought to explain how the nuances and great sweeps of human history are made possible by media of communication—how media determine… 

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