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Index

a
Ackerman, D. 214 n
action 96-100 ;
communicative 186-8 , 234 n, 235 n-6n
Adams, A. 69
Adelson, K.P. 232 n, 233 n
Alexy, R. 95
Althusser, L. 97
Altieri, C. 11 , 15-16 , 208 n, 218 n
Altman, J.G. 34 , 205 n, 216 n, 222 n
Annas, J. 230 n
Aquinas, T. 213 n
Arendt, H. 41-2 , 58 , 214 n
Aretino, P. 69
Aristotle 139-47 , 155 , 156 , 159 , 160 , 161 , 162 , 163 , 164 , 205 n, 227 n, 228 n, 229 n, 231 n
artefactuality 28 , 29 , 36 , 100
artistic style 9 , 208 n;
and artist/audience separation 29-30 ;
definition 28 , 208 n;
generic/individual relationship 28-31 ;
and knowledge of person 31 , 209 n;
and language 32 ;
and lifestyle 28 , 29 ;
and openness to interpretation 30 , 209 n;
and performance 29-30 , 208n-9 n;
and practice 29 , 208 n;
and rhetorical direction 30 , 209 n;
and signification of formal properties/qualities of media 30-1 , 209 n;
as similar to performance 28 ;
and what-how difference 28 ,
see also style
Austerlic, S. 204 n
Austin, J. 86-91 , 218 n, 219 n, 220 n, 236 n
autobiography 18-19

b
Bacharach, M. and Board, O. 107 , 221 n
Bachelard, G. 127
Bacon, F. 147
Baier, A. 44 , 91 , 158 , 161 , 219 n, 231 n
Bartky, S.L. 45 , 158 , 162 , 231 n
Bassett, C. 67 , 68 , 99 , 210 n
Baym, N. 120-2 , 124 , 165-6 , 167 , 214 n, 220 n, 222 n, 223 n, 224 n
Becker, B. and Wehner, J. 237 n
Bell, P. and Bell, R. 204 n
Benhabib, S. 183 , 184 , 235 n
Berg, A.J. 237 n
Blum, L. 147
Bolter, D.J. 12 , 205 n
Boswell, J. 9 , 137 , 216 n
Bowden, P. 42 , 44 , 145 , 158-9 , 162 , 164 , 210 n, 211 n, 231 n, 232 n
Brandon, R. 207 n
Brook, J. and Boal, I.A. 221 n
Bruckman, A. 130 , 225 n;
and Resnick, M. 225 n
Burney, F. 78
Butler, J. 97-9 , 219 n, 222 n

c
Calhoun, C. 44 , 218 n
Campbell, J. 207 n
Card, C. 147 , 231 n
Carlyle, J.W. 223 n
Castells, M. 204 n, 220 n, 226 n
Cavell, S. 204 n, 213 n, 219 n
Charlier, Y. 155 , 228 n-9n
Chartier, R. et al228 n, 230 n
Chomsky, N. 236 n
Cicero, M.T. 148 , 162 , 205 n, 231 n
civic society organisations (CSO) 194 , 238 n
Cocking, D. and Matthews, S. 150
Cohen, L.J. 196
Cole, G.D.H. 197
Colet, J. 230 n
Collins, P.H. 234 n
communicative action 186-8 , 234 n, 235 n-6n
computer-dependence see machined-dependence
computer-mediated communication (CMC), access to 3 ;
advantages of 67-8 ;

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