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<ference1 as I see it. between the electronic engineerls approach and th^
approach ot the cultural.commuru^a- tion specjalisJLis that one works with highly
compressed < □ — 93 symbolic data while the other tries to find out what.
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tion is seen to function. We say that he was "awe-struck" But also that he was "
stricken dumb." We may be struck by a car, but we are always stricken with grief.
There is no inherent logic to selection. The most one can say is that in such and ...
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This work is helpful in understanding communication. Hall points out the importance of non-verbal communication. Examples of crucial communication that takes place non-verbally would include gestures ... Read full review
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An anthropologist talks of culture as communication. Read full review
chapter one the voices of time
chapter two what is culture?
chapter jour the major triad
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