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" A hot medium is one that extends one single sense in "high definition." High definition is the state of being well filled with data. A photograph is, visually, "high definition. "
Bergman's Muses: Ćsthetic Versatility in Film, Theatre, Television and Radio - Page 5
by Egil Törnqvist - 2010 - 271 pages
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Explorations in National Cinemas, Volume 1

Mark Glasser, Moskowitz, Ben Lawton, Wegner, Janet Staiger - Social Science - 1977 - 160 pages
...McLuhan has described the difference between the "hot" medium of photography and the "cool" medium of television: "A hot medium is one that extends one...definition is the state of being well filled with data. . . . Hot media are. therefore. low in participation. and cool media are high in participation or completion...
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Literacy and Orality

David R. Olson, Nancy Torrance - Education - 1991 - 288 pages
...is describing decontextualization in the famous passages def1ning "hot" as opposed to "cool" media. "A hot medium is one that extends one single sense in 'high def1nition.' High def1nition is the state of being well filled with data. A photograph is, usually,...
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Unthinking Modernity: Innis, McLuhan, and the Frankfurt School

Judith Stamps - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2001 - 205 pages
...19605 phenomenon of the "teach-in." McLuhan expressed it thus: "A hot medium is one that extends a single sense in 'high definition.' High definition is the state of being well filled with data ... speech is a cool medium of low definition, because so little is given and so much has to be filled...
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Suicide in Canada

Antoon A. Leenaars - Psychology - 1998 - 488 pages
...in crisis needs support and that support begins with communication. The telephone works because it is a 'cool medium or one of low definition, because the ear is given a meager amount of information. Speech is also a cool medium ..., because so little is given and so much has to be filled in by the...
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Father Charles E. Coughlin: Surrogate Spokesman for the Disaffected

Ronald H. Carpenter - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 204 pages
...There is a basic principle that distinguishes a hot medium like radio from ... a cool one like TV. A hot medium is one that extends one single sense in "high definition" ... the state of being well filled with data. A photograph is, visually, "high definition." A cartoon...
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Spoken and Written Discourse: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective

Khosrow Jahandarie - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1999 - 446 pages
...much information that the audience is reduced to the passive role of an informationdigesting machine. "A hot medium is one that extends one single sense...definition is the state of being well filled with data" (p. 36). A "cool" medium, on the other hand, is one that gives less than enough, thus inviting the...
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Signifyin(g), Sanctifyin' & Slam Dunking: A Reader in African American ...

Gena Dagel Caponi - Music - 1999 - 467 pages
...text suggestive, by means of a jumpy, electric style, of its subject matter. McLuhan observes that "a hot medium is one that extends one single sense in high definition" (22). He seems to feel that the rise of the concept "cool" (and, symptomatically, he quotes lack Paar)...
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Cutting Edge: Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-Garde

Joan Hawkins
...McLuhan designates TV as a "cool" medium, paracinema tapes could be considered "frigid." For McLuhan, "a hot medium is one that extends one single sense...definition is the state of being well filled with data."49 A cool medium is the opposite; it provides relatively little data. A photograph is generally...
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Canadian Communication Thought: Ten Foundational Writers

Robert E. Babe - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2000 - 448 pages
...Furthermore, he distinguished between 'hot' and 'cool' media. A hot medium like radio and the movies extends a single sense in high definition. High definition is the state of being well filled with data. Hot media, therefore, are low in audience participation. For McLuhan, print is a hot medium non pareil....
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Marshall McLuhan: Renaissance for a wired world, Volume 3

Gary Genosko - Social Science - 2005 - 312 pages
...condensed in his theory of 'hot' and 'cool' media. McLuhan says that 'A hot medium is one that extends one sense in "high definition'". High definition is the state of being well filled with data.7 For example, a photograph is high definition (a high intensity of information, in Heim's term),...
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