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Câteva principii mediologice

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  • Alexandra Crăciun

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Articolul prezintă câteva perspective noi asupra civilizaţiei contemporane oferite prin intermediul unei noi discipline denumită „Mediologie”. Această nouă ştiinţă pe care o propune profesorul francez Regis Debray prezintă caracteristicile societăţii contemporane în relaţie cu modele ale unor etape precedente. Acest articol propune o perspectivă critică asupra modelului propus de Regis Debray prin comparaţie cu alte surse ce vizează analiza evoluţiei modelelor culturale în timp, ca de pildă perspectiva propusă de Giambattista Vico asupra evoluţiei codurilor lingvistice şi culturale. Scopul articolului este acela de a oferi o perspectivă integrată, care să permită o mai bună înţelegere a schimbărilor ce stau la baza societăţii de tip informaţional

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  • Alexandra Crăciun, 2011. "Câteva principii mediologice," Studii de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării / Library and Information Science Research, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Letters, Department of Information and Documentation Sciences, issue 15, pages 77-87, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:buh:journl:y:2011:i:15:p:77-87
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