Published November 1999
by Hampton Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
Raymond Gozzi, Jr., The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media. Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press, In his new book Raymond Gozzi, Jr., an associate professor of communications at Ithaca College and the editor of the "Metaphors in Action" feature in ETC, offers forty-four compelling and provocative essays that deal with the subject of metaphor - a subject of vital interest to. Media Spectacles. Le corps comme metaphore dans l'Espagne des XVIe et XVIIe siecles. The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media. Witness. (Books for children: poetry). Metaphors We Live By. Metaphorically Selling. Gerber, Carole: Leaf Jumpers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Foreword / Neil Postman. t Adapted from Raymond Gozzi, Jr. 's most recent book, The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media, Hampton Press, , which features articles by Dr. Gozzi that have appeared in ETC over the past ten years, as well as much new material on metaphor. The book is available from ISGS. Reprinted with permission of Hampton Press.
The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media (Hampton Press Communication Series) [Gozzi, Raymond] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media (Hampton Press Communication Series)Author: Raymond Gozzi. Raymond Gozzi Jr. is the author of The Power of Metaphor in the Age of Electronic Media ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), New Word 4/5(3). Metaphor is old, but always new. This book argues that metaphor is increasing in power due to the prominence of electronic media. Metaphors have the ability to define and structure our comprehension of new technologies--such as cyberspace, the Information . Metaphor is often applied to new situations, to expand the reach of language and thought. Thus, metaphor has creative power, and is one of the main resources which language uses to conceptualize and communicate about a changing reality (Langer, ).
It also gives a history of metaphor in oral, writing, print, and electronic media. Exam Prep for The Power of Metaphor; Examining Its Just the Facts — Education. The power of metaphor in the age of electronic media, Raymond Gozzi, Jr. ; [foreword by Neil Postman]. (pbk.), Toronto Public Library. ELECTRONIC MEDIAElectronic media is enjoyingbroader use every day with anincrease in electronic devicesbeing made. The meaning ofelectronic media, as it is known invarious spheres, has changed withthe passage of onic media exists today inmany forms: radio, television,videotape, audiotape, telephone, HOMEtelegraph, computer file, etc. 1 See S. Iyengar and K. Hahn’s chapter on The President as Communicator in Chief. [Iyengar & Hahn ; 1 What emerges from the analysis of the evolution of power through a series of inaugural addresses by American presidents is a certain common ground between metaphor and politics. Often characterised by the transition from written language to speech, political discourse is driven by Cited by: 1.