Walter Ong, distinguishes between two types: primary and secondary. The primary use oral cultures who do not know the write, while the secondary employ those who are already familiar with the later two forms of expression -written and orally language- as well as with new ones such as the telephone, television or radio.
- Close to the Human Lifeworld
- Agonistically Toned
- Empathetic and Participatory–Rhetorical
As wikipedia says Ong describes writing as a technology that must be laboriously learned, and which effects the first transformation of human thought from the world of sound to the world of sight.
- Subordinate/Hypotactic (but…because)
- Disengaged, Objectively Toned
Electronic communication changes the flow of information and knowledge, acting on the following points:
-The interaction of the receptor with information
-The time interaction
-The structure of the message
-Expand the size of communication
- Computer Interaction.
- Realtime = immediately.
- Integrated Networks.
- Magnetic Memories.
- Many for many.
- Hipertextual with different kinds of language.
JG Caceres-International Review of communication, 2000
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