Communicology

Communicology M. Mohsenian Rad What are the facts about communication? This is a basic question I have pursued throughout this book. For the recognition of the communication definition, I have, in the first instance, referred to a suitable definition of the definition. Definition is the basic characteristic of a presence in a sentence such that the sentence should contain all the definable individuals and prevents others from inclusion. I have, then, classified, äs an example, 23 different defmitions of communication and whilst analysing these, shown their points of similarity äs well äs dissimmilarity. On the whole, it can be said that these definitions have regarded communication äs a process, a procedure, an act, a mechanism, and so on; and others have not specified. A number have stated that Information is transmitted in communication. Another group specifies what is transmitted äs a Stimulus, a number äs a sign, some äs a meaning and others äs a message and so forth. A number of others have not maintained any terms for this transmission. Some have quoted persuasion, some common thought, a number impressions, some others Stimulus, reply receiving, transmission of meaning, conformity of experience, perception, possession of similar signs with comparable http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Communications de Gruyter

Communicology

Communications, Volume 18 (3) – Jan 1, 1993

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 1993 by the
ISSN
0341-2059
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1613-4087
DOI
10.1515/comm.1993.18.3.331
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M. Mohsenian Rad What are the facts about communication? This is a basic question I have pursued throughout this book. For the recognition of the communication definition, I have, in the first instance, referred to a suitable definition of the definition. Definition is the basic characteristic of a presence in a sentence such that the sentence should contain all the definable individuals and prevents others from inclusion. I have, then, classified, äs an example, 23 different defmitions of communication and whilst analysing these, shown their points of similarity äs well äs dissimmilarity. On the whole, it can be said that these definitions have regarded communication äs a process, a procedure, an act, a mechanism, and so on; and others have not specified. A number have stated that Information is transmitted in communication. Another group specifies what is transmitted äs a Stimulus, a number äs a sign, some äs a meaning and others äs a message and so forth. A number of others have not maintained any terms for this transmission. Some have quoted persuasion, some common thought, a number impressions, some others Stimulus, reply receiving, transmission of meaning, conformity of experience, perception, possession of similar signs with comparable

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Communicationsde Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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