Thursday, February 05, 2009

Harvey J. Graff

Early Modern Illiteracies

Printing made propaganda, in a modern sense, possible; the Reformation was an early example, although perhaps not the first”.

The article, “Technology and a "New" Reformation: Communicating the Gospel in the Information Age” by Richard Rouse looks at the World Wide Web and interactive videos as the as the new printing press propaganda tool that will usher in a new age of reformation.


At 10:26 AM, Blogger A. Mattson said...

How did printing make propaganda possible? How did the reformation make use of printing? Next time provide more analysis of the material . . .

Good use of a link to make a connection to another source. (Create your link as a word or phrase that connects to a URL, don't show the URL.)


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