Talking to strangers: meditated therapeutic communication
The book analyzes the transnational information industry in its total scope and subsectors including a discssion of such topics as concentration ratio, profitability, growth, internationalization and interlocks. The implications of converging interests between information and financial industries are discussed in view of the need for a new international order.
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The Nature of Therapeutic Communication
Toward a New Typology
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