By examining a selection of the discourse surrounding Marconi's invention of the wireless, which excited early 20th century audiences even before becoming a viable technology, this book establishes a broader definition for contemporary technical communication.For example, the introduction of the automobile helped create a a#39;a#39;marketa#39;a#39; for American suburban life because workers no ... A culturea#39;s needs are often based on the values its people or, more importantly, its institutions hold (Noble 1999; Nye 1994; ... community no longer debated the reality of radio waves, and the radio became a solution to communication problems. Being able to transmit and receive signals, a practice allowed by radio, became the basis for research into radar andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Marconi's Wireless and the Rhetoric of a New Technology|
|Author||:||Aaron A. Toscano|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-02-09|