This Unique Volume Offers An Overview Of The Diversity In Research On Communication Including Perspectives From Biology, Sociality, Economics, Norms And Human Development It Includes General Social Science And Humanities Approaches To Communication, From Systems Theory To Cultural Theory, As Well As Perspectives Specifically Related To Communication Acts, Such As Linguistics And Cognition The Volume Also Features Chapters On The Participants And Various Elements In Communication Processes, On Possible Effects And On Wider Consequences Of Mediation With Technical Media.The Scope Of The Contributions Is Global, And The Volume Is Relevant To Both The Empirical And The Philosophical Traditions In Human Sciences Designed As A Stand Alone Collection To Engage Undergraduates As Well As Postgraduates And Academics, This Is Also The First Book In, And An Introduction To, The De Gruyter Mouton Multi Volume Handbooks Of Communication Science.
Paul Cobley, Reader in Communications at London Metropolitan University, is an Executive Committee Member of the International Association for Semiotic Studies IASS , a member of the Semiotic Society of America and of the Media Communication and Cultural Studies Association MeCCSA He is the author of a number of books, including The American Thriller 2000 and Narrative 2001 He edited The
- 452 pages
- Theories and Models of Communication
- Paul Cobley
- 03 December 2018 Paul Cobley