Science of Communication: Its Phenomenological Foundation

Science of Communication: Its Phenomenological Foundation

Science of Communication: Its Phenomenological Foundation

Science of Communication: Its Phenomenological Foundation

Synopsis

This book addresses the issues of communication from the vantage point of phenomenology or nonreductive awareness. The authors contend that phenomenology and its various developments offer a depth of analyses of interrelated processes of awareness, inclusive of language, images, gestures, theoretical systems, expressions, and institutions without any "explanatory" speculations. Written with the least technical terminology and yet without the sacrifice of phenomenological contributions to the science of communication, the text presents the essential functions of awareness that would be relevant to any scientific research of communicative theory, methodology, and practice.
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