Communicative Interaction, Power, and the State: A Method

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University of Toronto Press, 1996 - Communication - 227 pages
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Builds a theory of institutions and the state upon George Herbert Mead's concept of communicative interaction, Kenneth Burke's notions of rhetoric and dramatism, and Anthony Giddens' scrutiny of the relational conception of power, showing how a theoretical position based on Mead and Burke can be applied in practice. Concentrates on the constitution and reconstitution of the state, using Canada and Cameroon as examples. Paper edition (unseen), $19.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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