A History of the Book: Disrupting Society from Tablet to Tablet

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Title
A History of the Book: Disrupting Society from Tablet to Tablet
Author
Alyssa Adams
Anna O. Funk
Richelle McDaniel
Alissa McAlpine
Meghan Link
Jennifer Hight
Kristin Eck
Robin Roemer
Reina Morgan
Julia Grabhorn
Audrey Jones
Braden Shribbs
Keelie Daquilanto
Janel Chandler
Sarah Ellen Pettigrew
Date
6/1/2015
Abstract
The written word is arguably one of the most powerful tools available to mankind. This book analyzes the history and social impact of written language from the oldest known writing systems to the rise of electronic media.
Type
Text
Department
Library
Language
eng
Rights
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Bibliographic Citation
Adams, Alyssa; Chandler, Janel; Daquilanto, Keelie; Eck, Kristin; Funk, Anna O.; Grabhorn, Julia; Hight, Jennifer; Jones, Audrey; Link, Meghan; McAlpine, Alissa; McDaniel, Richelle; Morgan, Reina; Pettigrew, Sarah Ellen; Roemer, Robin; and Shribbs, Braden, <em>History of the Book: Disrupting Society from Tablet to Tablet.</em> (2015). CC BY-NC
Identifier
history_of_book/1
Downloads (prior to June, 2023)
1300
keywords
history of the book, disruptive technology, disruptive innovation
Publisher
Western Oregon University
Location
Monmouth, Oregon