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Audio clip of Communications historian James Carey (1934-2006) discussing Innis’s idea of the monopoly of knowledge,   which, in 1976, anticipated the development of the Internet. Lecture on Innis at the University of Toronto, 1976
Communications historian James Carey (1934-2006) discusses Innis’s idea of the monopoly of knowledge, which, in 1976, anticipated the development of the Internet. Lecture on Innis at the University of Toronto, 1976
Source: University of Toronto Archives/B93-0006
© Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Reproduced with the permission of CBC and the Harold Innis Foundation.
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