Orality and literacy : the technologizing of the word / Walter J. Ong, with additional chapters by John Hartley.  (Text) (Text)

Ong, Walter J
Hartley, John, 1948-
Call no.: P35 .O54 2012Series: Orality and literaryPublication: London ; New York : Routledge, 2012Edition: 30th anniversary ed.; 3rd edDescription: xxvii, 232 pISBN: 9780415538374 (hbk.); 9780415538381 (pbk.)Subject(s): Language and cultureOral traditionWritingWritten communicationLOC classification: P35 | .O54 2012
Contents:1 The orality of language ; The literate mind and the oral past ; Did you say 'oral literature'? -- 2 The modern discovery of primary oral cultures ; Early awareness of oral tradition ; The Homeric question ; Milman Parry's discovery ; Consequent and related work -- 3 Some psychodynamics of orality ; Sounded word as power and action ; You know what you can recall: mnemonics and formulas ; Further characteristics of orally based thought and expression ; (i) Additive rather than subordinative ; (ii) Aggregative rather than analytic ; (iii) Redundant or 'copious' ; (iv) Conservative or traditionalist ; (v) Close to the human iifeworld ; (vi) Agonistically toned ; (vii) Empathetic and participatory rather than objectively distanced ; (viii) Homeostatic ; (ix) Situational rather than abstract ; Oral memorization ; Verbomotor lifestyle ; The noetic role of heroic 'heavy' figures and of the bizarre ; The interiority of sound ; Orality, community and the sacral ; Words are not signs4 Writing restructures consciousness ; The new world of autonomous discourse ; Plato, writing and computers ; Writing is a technology ; What is 'writing' or 'script'? ; Many scripts but only one alphabet ; The onset of literacy ; From memory to written records ; Some dynamics of textuality ; Distance, precision, grapholects and magnavocabularies ; Interactions: rhetoric and the places ; Interactions: learned languages ; Tenaciousness of orality -- 5 Print, space and closure ; Hearing-dominance yields to sight-dominance ; Space and meaning ; (i) Indexes ; (ii) Books, contents and labels ; (iii) Meaningful surface ; (iv) Typographic space ; More diffuse effects ; Print and closure: intertextuality ; Post-typography: electronics -- 6 Oral memory, the story line and characterization ; The primacy of the story line ; Narrative and oral cultures ; Oral memory and the story line ; Closure of plot: travelogue to detective story ; The 'round' character, writing and print -- 7 Some theorems ; Literary history ; New Criticism and Formalism ; Structuralism ; Textualists and deconstructionists ; Speech-act and reader-response theory ; Social sciences, philosophy, biblical studies ; Orality, writing and being human ; 'Media' versus human communication ; The inward turn: consciousness and the text.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-193, [222]-228) and indexes.

1 The orality of language ; The literate mind and the oral past ; Did you say 'oral literature'? -- 2 The modern discovery of primary oral cultures ; Early awareness of oral tradition ; The Homeric question ; Milman Parry's discovery ; Consequent and related work -- 3 Some psychodynamics of orality ; Sounded word as power and action ; You know what you can recall: mnemonics and formulas ; Further characteristics of orally based thought and expression ; (i) Additive rather than subordinative ; (ii) Aggregative rather than analytic ; (iii) Redundant or 'copious' ; (iv) Conservative or traditionalist ; (v) Close to the human iifeworld ; (vi) Agonistically toned ; (vii) Empathetic and participatory rather than objectively distanced ; (viii) Homeostatic ; (ix) Situational rather than abstract ; Oral memorization ; Verbomotor lifestyle ; The noetic role of heroic 'heavy' figures and of the bizarre ; The interiority of sound ; Orality, community and the sacral ; Words are not signs

4 Writing restructures consciousness ; The new world of autonomous discourse ; Plato, writing and computers ; Writing is a technology ; What is 'writing' or 'script'? ; Many scripts but only one alphabet ; The onset of literacy ; From memory to written records ; Some dynamics of textuality ; Distance, precision, grapholects and magnavocabularies ; Interactions: rhetoric and the places ; Interactions: learned languages ; Tenaciousness of orality -- 5 Print, space and closure ; Hearing-dominance yields to sight-dominance ; Space and meaning ; (i) Indexes ; (ii) Books, contents and labels ; (iii) Meaningful surface ; (iv) Typographic space ; More diffuse effects ; Print and closure: intertextuality ; Post-typography: electronics -- 6 Oral memory, the story line and characterization ; The primacy of the story line ; Narrative and oral cultures ; Oral memory and the story line ; Closure of plot: travelogue to detective story ; The 'round' character, writing and print -- 7 Some theorems ; Literary history ; New Criticism and Formalism ; Structuralism ; Textualists and deconstructionists ; Speech-act and reader-response theory ; Social sciences, philosophy, biblical studies ; Orality, writing and being human ; 'Media' versus human communication ; The inward turn: consciousness and the text.

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