Dois Vivas para a Alfabetização

Walter Ong, Presidente Trump e a mente literata

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46391/ALCEU.v22.ed46.2022.277

Palavras-chave:

Oralidade, Cultura escrita, Educação

Resumo

Este texto é a transcrição da palestra ministrada pelo autor como vencedor do Prêmio Walter J. Ong por carreira extraordinária no campo da Ecologia das Mídias, na 22ª Convenção Anual da Media Ecology Association. PUC-Rio, 8-11 de Julho de 2021.

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Biografia do Autor

David R. Olson, Universidade de Toronto

Professor emérito da Instituto para Estudos em Educação de Ontário / Universidade de Toronto.

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Publicado

2022-05-18

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Dossiê Media Ecology