Revolutions in Communication Media History from Gutenberg to the Digital Age 2nd Edition


Revolutions in Communication by Bill Kovarik
The Marvel Studios Phenomenon by Martin Flanagan
Fifty-One Key Feminist Thinkers (Routledge Key Guides) by Lori J. Marso
The Gift of Goodbye: A Story of Agape Love by Rebecca Whitehead Munn
A Prophet with Honor: The Billy Graham Story by William C. Martin

Revolutions in Communication by Bill Kovarik

English | 31 Dec. 2015 | ISBN: 1628924780 | 480 Pages | AZW3 | 9.31 MB

Revolutions in Communication offers a new approach to media history, presenting an encyclopedic look at the way technological change has linked social and ideological communities. Using key figures in history to benchmark the chronology of technical innovation, Kovarik’s exhaustive scholarship narrates the story of revolutions in printing, electronic communication and digital information, while drawing parallels between the past and present. Updated to reflect new research that has surfaced these past few years, Revolutions in Communication continues to provide students and teachers with the most readable history of communications, while including enough international perspective to get the most accurate sense of the field. The supplemental reading materials on the companion website include slideshows, podcasts and video demonstration plans in order to facilitate further reading.

The Marvel Studios Phenomenon by Martin Flanagan

English | 28 Dec. 2017 | ISBN: 1501338536 | 284 Pages | AZW3 | 642.95 KB

Marvel Studios has provided some of the biggest worldwide cinematic hits of the last eight years, from Iron Man (2008) to the record-breaking The Avengers (2012), and beyond. Having announced plans to extend its production of connected texts in cinema, network and online television until at least 2028, the new aesthetic patterns brought about by Marvel’s ‘shared’ media universe demand analysis and understanding.
The Marvel Studios Phenomenon evaluates the studio’s identity, as well as its status within the structures of parent Disney. In a new set of readings of key texts such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the thematics of superhero fiction and the role of fandom are considered. The authors identify milestones from Marvel’s complex and controversial business history, allowing us to appraise its industrial status: from a comic publisher keen to exploit its intellectual property, to an independent producer, to successful subsidiary of a vast entertainment empire.

Fifty-One Key Feminist Thinkers (Routledge Key Guides) by Lori J. Marso

2016 | ISBN: 0415681359, 0415681340 | English | 294 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The feminist thinkers in this collection are the designated “fifty-one key feminist thinkers,” historical and contemporary, and also the authors of the entries. Collected here are fifty-one key thinkers and fifty-one authors, recognizing that women are fifty-one percent of the population. There are actually one hundred and two thinkers collected in these pages, as each author is a feminist thinker, too: scholars, writers, poets, and activists, well-established and emerging, old and young and in-between. These feminists speak the languages of art, politics, literature, education, classics, gender studies, film, queer theory, global affairs, political theory, science fiction, African American studies, sociology, American studies, geography, history, philosophy, poetry, and psychoanalysis. Speaking in all these diverse tongues, conversations made possible by feminist thinking are introduced and engaged.
Key figures include:
Simone de Beauvoir
Doris Lessing
Toni Morrison
Cindy Sherman
Octavia Butler
Marina Warner
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Chantal Akerman
Betty Friedan
Audre Lorde
Margaret Fuller
Adrienne Rich
Each entry is supported by a list of the thinker’s major works, along with further reading suggestions. An ideal resource for students and academics alike, this text will appeal to all those interested in the fields of gender studies, women’s studies and women’s history and politics.

The Gift of Goodbye: A Story of Agape Love by Rebecca Whitehead Munn

English | July 18th, 2017 | ASIN: B072JM76VN, ISBN: 1631522302 | 280 Pages | EPUB | 4.37 MB

Have you faced the loss of a parent, struggled with how to say goodbye? Have you felt the depth of pain of the loss, not knowing where to turn or how to cope? Have you questioned your faith and let fear take over in times of loss? Are you comfortable in your skin or still try to fit in?
Rebecca Whitehead Munn, a mother of two children under the age of five, is going through a divorce when she discovers that her mother, 3,000 miles away, has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. In The Gift of Goodbye, she shares how this experience led to a heart-opening expansion, and encourages readers to believe that they, too, can form new beliefs and new connections and elevate their difficult experiences to a higher level of authenticity. The story is her account of living through two major life transitions within a three-year span, and the resulting shift she made in the process—due to the lasting gift of love from her now-deceased mother, her courage, and the choice she made to expand into more of who she was at her core as everything about life as she knew it changed.

A Prophet with Honor: The Billy Graham Story by William C. Martin

English | February 21st, 2018 | ASIN: B076CRH9R7, ISBN: 0310353300 | 832 Pages | EPUB | 13.29 MB

A Prophet with Honor is the biography Billy Graham himself invited and appreciated for its sympathetic but frank approach.
Carefully documented, eminently fair, and gracefully written, it raises and answers key questions about Graham’s character, contributions, and influence on the world religious scene. In this engaging and comprehensive book, William Martin gives readers a better understanding of the most successful evangelist in modern history, and the movement he led for over fifty years.
A Prophet with Honor makes a vital contribution to the Billy Graham legacy and allows us to understand why his words, actions, and personality endeared him to popes and preachers, kings and presidents, and millions of Christians in virtually every nation and culture around the world.
Martin draws on
• extensive conversations with Graham himself
• nearly two hundred interviews
• previously untouched resources, including documents from six presidential libraries and the Billy Graham • Evangelistic Association archives
• personal observation of Graham’s crusades and conferences in the United States and Europe
• decades of research on evangelical Christianity
Martin pays particular attention to Graham’s controversial relationships with Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon. He also describes how Graham’s lifelong determination “to do something great for God” led him to organize international conferences that spearheaded the worldwide spread of the liberating message of Jesus, and prompted him to help strengthen religious freedom in the Soviet bloc and China.
Tracing Graham’s life and ministry from his rural and religious roots in North Carolina to his place as the elder statesman of American evangelicalism, examining both his triumphs and his tribulations, Martin shows the multidimensional character of the man who has become one of the most admired persons in the world.

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