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<strong>The Unbearable Literacy of Media: Travels in the Reality-Based Community</strong> <br /> <em>Ralph Beliveau / University of Oklahoma</em>

The Unbearable Literacy of Media: Travels in the Reality-Based Community
Ralph Beliveau / University of Oklahoma
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December 3, 2012

Media literacy, youth, and the loss of historical perspective.

<strong>Aspect Jumping</strong> <br /> <em>J.D. Connor / Yale University</em>

Aspect Jumping
J.D. Connor / Yale University

A consideration of aspect jumping on film and television.

<strong>Habit-Change in the Mobile Present</strong> <br /><em>Heidi Rae Cooley/ University of South Carolina</em>

Habit-Change in the Mobile Present
Heidi Rae Cooley/ University of South Carolina

This first installment of a multi-part series draws on Michel Foucault’s “ethical living,” and Charles Sanders Pierce’s “habit-change” to offer a way to think about the possibility of changing habitual ways of being in the mobile present.


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