theory <for> communication
Edited by Bob Craig, University of Colorado at Boulder
<meta>discourse bite of the week
"It is a question whether the obvious
increase of overt communication is not constantly being corrected, as it were,
by the creation of new obstacles to communication."
~Edward Sapir. (1937).
"Communication." In Encyclopedia of the social sciences
(Vol. 4, pp. 78-80). New York: Macmillan.
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