The development of ideas about communication in European thought from Ancient Greece to the early Modern Age
The field of communication is highly fragmented. There are half-a-dozen major competing schools; dozens of incompatible theories; no agreed research methods; and poor connection between research, practice and policy. Although theorists recognise fragmentation is a problem and agree that it must be resolved, they do not agree on its causes—ontological, methodological, or institutional—nor how the problem might be overcome. This thesis argues that sources of our present confusion have been...[Show more]
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