Hermes 48:39 (2007)

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Le Canada a engendré deux tendances opposées dans la pratique et l'étude de la communication. D'une part, la pensée structuraliste et déterministe de Marshall Mc Luhan à Toronto pour qui la technique est une forme organisationnelle de la communication entre les hommes. D'autre part, la communication sociale, véritable laboratoire des médias, qui naquit pendant la Révolution tranquille des années 1960 et s'articula autour du Vidéographe de Montréal.Canada has spawned two opposing trends in the practice and study of communication. On the one hand, the structuralist thought and deterministic Marshall McLuhan in Toronto that the technique is an organizational form of communication between people. On the other hand, social communication, real media lab, who was born during the Quiet Revolution of the 1960s and revolved around Videographer Montreal
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