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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. En esta serie de ensayos magistrales sobre la cultura de masas en los que se analiza la estructura del mal gusto, la lectura de comics, el mito de Superman, la cancion de consumo, el papel de los medios audiovi-suales como instrumento de informacion o el influjo de la television en el mundo de hoy Eco se plantea el problema central de la doble postura ante la cultura de ma En esta serie de ensayos magistrales sobre la cultura de masas en los que se analiza la estructura del mal gusto, la lectura de comics, el mito de Superman, la cancion de consumo, el papel de los medios audiovi-suales como instrumento de informacion o el influjo de la television en el mundo de hoy Eco se plantea el problema central de la doble postura ante la cultura de masas: la de los apocalipticos, que ven en ella la anticultura, el signo de una caida irrecuperable, y la de los inte-grados.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 28th by Tusquets first published More Details Original Title. Apocalittici e integrati. Comunicazione di massa e teorie della cultura di massa. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3.
Rating details. Sort order. Eco breaks down the conflicts stirred up the high culture at that time: whether the old form of books still matter or we should express the thoughts in any form of medium rather than the stacks of paper.
He poses the questions about the rising media such as TV and computer screens and other form of electric devices in terms of absorbing the contents that must be the carrier of human's memories. He also writes about the discourses changing nowadays: from aesthetics to political and social discourse and how to balance between those values, as for literature, and arts, in order to remain used and not consumed by the media and at last how can we learn to praise the new form of texts such as comic strips as the very high appreciation.
It's not exactly the review but my attempt to reply with his provoking issues I'm impressed by the concerns he mentioned at that time, like computer screens and other low brow cultures that would replace the old form ones in no time. It's really fascinating to see from his point of view that, at the old days, it is one of the heated arguments among scholars. Imagine the pre-internet world where someone was concerned that the books might be, one day, obliterated by the new thoughts, or would become extinct due to the lack of holding the legacy.
There're some parts when he took upon himself explaining the commercial discourse he didn't use this word, but it's likely to be that it is becoming to the new language, and exploiting the semantics value of epiditic discourse. Aligned with his concerns about visionary power, and the uncertain future of literacy, the media literacy is still big issue nowadays and often dismissed to be taught as it would destroy capitalism, if the people once acknowledge how bullshit the ads on social media would be.
So freaking fragile as it is. Jun 23, Anne Avenir rated it it was amazing. Eco is a true original--substantial, lucid, humane, and a great deal of fun. There is one absolutely incredible essay in this collection. It is called The World of Charlie Brown, and it's the best thing that happened to you all day. It's so, so great. You should check the book out of the library just to read it it'll take you less than 10 minutes; it's quite short. Other than that, meh. I didn't actually get all the way through, because honestly, most of the book is about a pretty narrow aspect of Italian culture, and I just wasn't that interested.
But as with most of There is one absolutely incredible essay in this collection. But as with most of Eco's criticism, even when it's not that great, it's still pretty interesting. More detail on the blog. Very interesting series of essays on mass culture, with views on comic books and other mass media. I disagree with many things but it was a very intriguing read with interesting views on mass media and popular culture. And it was nice to know, because of the translation, that during the 70s Lois Lane was called Miriam Lane here in Brazil.
No idea why. Jan 31, Elis Janoville rated it it was amazing. You don't have to have it, but you could have if you're a journalist. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Umberto Eco. Umberto Eco. Umberto Eco was an Italian writer of fiction, essays, academic texts, and children's books.
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Apocalipticos E Integrados
Apocalípticos e integrados
Apocalípticos e integrados ante la cultura de masas.