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Biases in favor of the written or printed word are closely associated with the ranking of sight above sound, the eye above the ear, which has been called 'ocularcentrism'.It opposes phonocentrism, which is the bias in favor of speech.
Harold A. Innis, Empire and Communications
- Kittel, Harald; House, Juliane; Schultze, Brigitte (2007), Traduction: encyclopédie internationale de la recherche sur la traduction, Walter de Gruyter, p. 1111, ISBN 978-3-11-017145-7
- Bijay Kumar Das (2005), Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Atlantic Publishers & Dist, pp. 41–, ISBN 978-81-269-0457-0
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