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The complexity of human communication

Author: Philip J Salem
Publisher: New York : Hampton Press, 2013.
Series: Hampton Press communication series.; Quantitative methods in communication.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Most communication research and most applications of that research acknowledge the process nature of communication. However, the materail following that acknowledgment conforms to traditional linear and static approaches treating communication as little more than printed text. This Print paradigm persists despite repeated calls to explore the more dynamic nature of communication. In this second edition, the author  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip J Salem
ISBN: 9781612891064 1612891063 9781612891071 1612891071
OCLC Number: 809420868
Description: x, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Hampton Press communication series.; Quantitative methods in communication.
Responsibility: Philip J. Salem.

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Most communication research and most applications of that research acknowledge the process nature of communication. However, the materail following that acknowledgment conforms to traditional linear and static approaches treating communication as little more than printed text. This Print paradigm persists despite repeated calls to explore the more dynamic nature of communication. In this second edition, the author updates and expands his argument that communication is a process analogous to the complexity of other living systems. --from Amazon.com.

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