Cognitive Mapping and Radio Drama by Alan Beck - Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, Volume 1 Number 2, July 2000
also at http://blackboard.lincoln.ac.uk/bbcswebdav/users/dmeyerdinkgrafe/archive/cog.html
Works cited - bibliography
These items have been updated, especially as some online articles have been moved to other urls, delected, or in one case, removed for print publication. (Note these few penalties of online scholarly publication, at this stage of the game.)
Bibliography corrected - April 2009.
Allen, Richard and Smith, Murray, 1997, Film Theory and Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Altman, Rick, ed., 1992, Sound Theory, Sound Practice, New York: Routledge.
Bamberg, M., 1987, The Acquisition of Narratives, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Beck, Alan, 1997a, Radio Acting, London: A & C Black.
Beck, Alan, 1997b, 'Fictional soundscapes', World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), electronic publication,
Beck, Alan, 1998, 'Point-of-listening in radio drama', Sound Journal, electronic publication (Now available on this Alan Beck site. Sound Journal has been deleted from its original site.)
Beck, Alan, 1999a, Radio Theory Site, including Glossary, electronic publication, http://speke.ukc.ac.uk/sais/RSN/index.html (No longer available. It has been deleted from this site.)
Beck, Alan, 1999b, 'Is radio blind or invisible? A call for a wider debate on listening-in', World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), electronic publication,
Belton, Robert J., 1999, Words of Art, electronic publication, Department of Fine Arts, Okanagan University College,
Bordwell, David and Carroll, Noel, 1996, Post-Theory. Reconstructing Film Studies, Wisconsin and London: University of Wisconsin Press
Branigan, Edward, 1992, Narrative Comprehension and Film, London: Routledge.
Branigan, Edward, 1997, 'Sound, Epistemology, Film', chapter 4 in Allen, Richard and Smith, Murray, Film Theory and Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Collins, Jim et al, 1993, Film Theory Goes to the Movies, London: Routledge.
Crisell, Andrew, 1994 Understanding Radio, London: Methuen.
Crook, Tim, 1999, Radio Drama. Theory and Practice, London: Routledge.
Currie, Gregory, 1995, Image and mind: Film, philosophy and cognitive science, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Deregowski, Jan B., 1980, Illusions, Patterns and Pictures: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, London: Academic Press.
Downs, R.M. and Stea, D., 1973, 'Cognitive maps and spatial behaviour: Process and product', in Downs, R.M. and Stea, D., eds., Image and Environment, London: Edward Arnold.
Edwards, Rachel, Ungar, Simon and Blades, Mark, 1998, 'Route Descriptions by Visually Impaired and Sighted Children from Memory and from Maps', Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, July, 39-44.
Ferrington, Gary, 1993, 'Audio Design: Creating Multi-Sensory Images For The Mind', Journal of Visual Literary, also electronic publication, http://interact.uoregon.edu/Medialit/wfae/library/articles/ferrington_design.pdf in the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), Articles and Research Documents section.
Ferrington, Gary, 1994, 'Keep Your Ear-Lids Open', Journal of Visual Literacy, also electronic publication,
http://interact.uoregon.edu/Medialit/wfae/library/articles/ferrington_earlids.pdf in the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), Articles and Research Documents section.
Forrester, Michael A., 2000, 'Auditory perception and sound as event: theorising sound imagery in psychology', electronic publication, Sound Journal.
(Now on this Alan Beck site. Sound Journal has been taken down and removed from its original site.)
Gibson, James J., 1950, The perception of the visual world. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Gibson, James J., 1966, The senses considered as perceptual systems, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Gibson, James J., 1979, The ecological approach to visual perception, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Giddens, Anthony, 1991, Modernity and Self-Identity. Self and Society in the Late Modern Age, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Goffman, Erving, 1979, Gender Advertisements, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Goodman, Nelson, 1978, Ways of Worldmaking. Ann Arbor, MI: Harvester Press.
Gray, Frances, 1981, 'The nature of radio drama', chapter 4 in Lewis, 1981.
Greeno, J.G., 1994, 'Gibson's affordances', Psychological Review, 101:2, 336-342.
Gripsrud, Jostein, 1995, The Dynasty Years. Hollywood Television and Critical Media Studies, London: Routledge.
Ingold, Tom, 1988, What Is An Animal?, London: Routledge.
Ingarden, Roman, 1973 The Literary Work of Art: An Investigation on the Borderlines of Ontology, Logic and Theory of Literature. Trans. with an intro&SHY;duction by George Grabowicz. Evanston, IL
Northwestern University Press 1973; Das Literarische Kunstwerk, 1965, Tubingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag.
Johnson, Mark, 1987, The Body in the Mind: The Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Kubovy, Michael, 1986, The Psychology of Perspective and Renaissance Art, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
LaBerge, D., 1997, 'Attention, Awareness, and the Triangular Circuit', Consciousness and Cognition, 6, 149-181.
Langer, M. M., 1989, Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception: A guide and commentary, Tallahassee: Florida State University Press.
Langham, James, MacNeice, Louis, Felton, Felix and Baker-Smith, Malcolm, 1949, 'The Technique of Radio Acting. A discussion by professionals on the art and technique of the actor as it is applied to Radio Drama', radio programme transmitted on Thursday 23 June 1949 7.20-8.05, B.B.C. Home Service.
Lewis, Peter, ed., 1981, Radio Drama, Longman.
Lewis, Peter M. and Booth, Jerry, 1989, The Invisible Medium. Public, Commercial and Community Radio, London: MacMillan.
Llinas, R., 1987, '"Mindness"' as a Functional State of the Brain', in Blakemore, C. and Greenfield, S., eds.,1987, Mindwaves, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
MacKay, D.G., 1987, The Organisation of Perception and Action: A Theory for Language and other Cognitive Skills, New York: Springer, 93.
MacLennan, Bruce J., 1998, 'Finding Order in our World: The Primacy of the Concrete in Neural Representations and the Role of Invariance in Substance Reidentification (Extended Version): Commentary on Ruth Garrett Millikan's "A Common Structure for Concepts of Individuals, Stuffs, and Real Kinds"', Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1998), 21:1:78-79 Cambridge University Press. Also available in part at: http://www.cs.utk.edu/~mclennan/anon-ftp/FOW/FOW2.html
Martin, Adrian, 1990, 'Mise en scène is dead, or The Expressive, The Excessive, The Technical and the Stylish', The Australian Journal of Media & Culture, 5, no. 2, also electronic publication,
(This article has been removed at the request of the author, Adrian Martin, and with apologies. It will be available in future in Adrian Martin, THE ARTIFICIAL NIGHT: ESSAYS ON FILM THEORY, CULTURE AND ANALYSIS.)
McLuhan, Marshal, 1967, The Medium is the Massage, New York: Bantam.
Merleau-Ponty, M., 1945, Phenomenologie de la Perception, translated 1962 by Smith, Colin, Phenomenology of perception, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Millikan, R.G., 1996, 'Pushmi-pullyu Representations', in Tomberlin, James, ed., Philosophical Perspectives vol. IX, Atascadero CA: Ridgeview Publishing, 185-200, reprinted in L. May, L., and M. Friedman, M., eds., Mind and Morals, 1996, MIT Press, 145-161.
Morley, David, 1980, The 'Nationwide Audience': Structure and Decoding, Television Monograph, London: British Film Institute.
Rothman, William, 1988, The "I" of the Camera, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ryan, Marie-Laure, 1999, Cyberspace Textuality, Bloomington: Indiana UP.
Shingler, Martin and Wieringa, Cindy, 1998, On Air. Methods and Meanings of Radio, London: Arnold.
Sobchack, Vivian, 1992, The Address of the eye: A Phenomenology of Film Experience, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Sommerhoff, Gerd, 1974, Logic of the Living Brain, London: John Wiley.
Sweeney, Kevin W., 1994, 'The Persistence of Vision: The Re-Emergence of Phenomenological Theories of Film', Film and Philosophy, 1 (1), 29-38. This article has disappeared from the internet, which is unfortunate. I have found it valuable. See here for short excerpt.
Tarnay, Laszlo, 1997, 'The Rear Window of Essentialism', Film-Philosophy, vol. 1 no. 6, September 1997, at http://www.film-philosophy.com/vol1-1997/n6tarnay.html
Uexkull, J. von, 1982 , The theory of meaning, translated by Stone, B. and Weiner, H., from Bedeutungslehre, Uexkull, T. von, ed., Semiotica, 42, 1-87.
Ungar, Simon, 1998, 'Cognitive Mapping without Visual Experience', electronic publication, http://mypages.surrey.ac.uk/pss1su/research/papers/cmppf.html
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