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Communicology

Joseph A. DeVito

Communicology

an introduction to the study of communication

by Joseph A. DeVito

  • 65 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementJoseph A. DeVito.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF637.C45 D485
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 553 p. :
    Number of Pages553
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4549129M
    ISBN 100060416556
    LC Control Number77017495

    Book Description - ISBN (45 Pages) Strong communication skills are arguably the most important attribute a manager can possess. This free eBook explains the basic principles of communication so that you can create an open and honest communications environment in any situation. Thirty-three (33) credit hours of Communicology courses are needed to complete a major in Communicology. All courses taken to satisfy the Communicology major must be for a letter grade of “C” or better. 18 credit hours of REQUIRED Communicology courses: COMG Principles of Effective Public Speaking.

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Communicology by Joseph A. DeVito Download PDF EPUB FB2

Regarding the typical definition of communication as a means to an end based on uncritically-accepted assumptions, Eicher-Catt (communication arts and sciences, Pennsylvania State U.-York) and Catt, cofounders of the International Communicology Institute, introduce communicology as a holistic approach applying a synthesis of semiotics and phenomenology Format: Hardcover.

Communicology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. This book offers a new way of thinking about communication that moves beyond normative perspectives. Exhibiting postmodern theory, communicology is an idea whose time has come. Working within the European human science tradition and the philosophy of American pragmatism, the Book Edition: 1st.

This book offers a new way of thinking about communication that moves beyond normative perspectives. Exhibiting postmodern theory, communicology is an idea whose time has come. Communicology is the study of human discourse in all of its forms, ranging from human gesture and speech to art and television.

communicology also represents the dominant qualitative research paradigm in the discipline of human commuication, especially in the applied areas of mass Communicology book, philosophy of communication, and speech by: Born out of pedagogical communication, this book is a major contribution to communicology, phenomenology, queer theory, and the continued quest for human understanding―a must read for anyone interested in these areas of study.

(Lewis R. Gordon, Professor of Philosophy and Africana Studies, University of Connecticut)/5(2). Books that are the Foundation of Communicology The Book Archive is a listing of (1) New and Recent Books by Fellows and Scholars, (2) Cumulative Books by Fellows and Scholars, and (3) Classic Historical Books.

Two high-rated journals are Communicology book known in the country and abroad: “Communicology” and “Communicology: electronic scientific journal”. The article analyzes the information and communication technologies used by the media, set out in the monograph of professors Felix Sharkov and Vladimir Silkin1.

Communicology is the science of human communication. One of the Human Science disciplines, it uses the logic based research methods of semiotics and phenomenology to explicate human consciousness and behavioral embodiment as discourse within global culture. Cognate subdiscipline applications include: (1) Art Communicology, (2) Clinical Communicology, (3) Media Communicology.

[Second research report book in English to use the disciplinary designation Communicology. Mehdi Mohsenian-Rad, “Communicology”, Communications [The European Journal of Communication Research/Mouton de Gruyter] vol.

18, no. 3, pages Communicology is a science that applies to the full range of discourse mediation in all domains of action, interaction, and transaction whether animal, human, or machine.

The three step research methodology is first articulated by Maurice Merleau-Ponty in the Preface to his major work the Phenomenology of Percpetion (). This book stresses on the importance of being able to induce change.

This book connects the top leaders with a common thread. The books focuses on the leader’s ability to influence and make a profound change.

This book isn’t about persuasion but it’s about modifying human habits to induce important change. The books says. Special Issue: Agency and Efficacy in Communicology,vol. 16, nos.pages Prof. Pieter J. Fourie, Journal Editor Communicatio: South African Journal of Communication Theory and Research.

This work presents the first systemic account of the author's innovative theory of semiotic phenomenology and its place in the philosophy of communication and language.

The creative and compelling project presented here spans more than fiifteen years of systematic eidetic and empirical research into questions of human communication.5/5(1).

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Contents --Acknowledgments --Introduction --Communicology: A Reflexive Human Science --Intrapersonal Communicology --Intrapersonal Communicology: Reflection, Reflexivity, and Relational Consciousness in Embodied Subjectivity --My Body Lies.

In chapter nine, David Deluliis and Jeff Lohr explored how communicology is a framework to understanding Afrofuturism as a speculative discourse (Anderson & Jones, ). Reworking Gender: A Feminist Communicology of Organization examines the place of gender and feminist scholarship in contemporary critical organization studies.

Departing from the common view of gender as a specialized branch of organization scholarship, authors Dennis K. Mumby and Karen Lee Ashcraft reposition feminism in a communication-centered model that integrates. The purpose of this book is to describe communicology by focusing on the core issues of agency and efficacy in human affairs.

Most central to the book's theme is the idea that the signs and codes of which discourse consists impose constraints upon human agency and efficacy; yet signs and codes are also instrumental in our lives. The authors of chapters in this book offer ample evidence for the claim that the range of communicology entails all of human lived experience, but with focus on interrelated domains of communication including the intrapersonal (corporeal-self domain), interpersonal (self-other domain), social (group-organizational domain), and cultural.

This book is not about communication at least not primarily and not in the common sense of communication. It is a grandiose view of US psychiatry from the perspective of cybernetics and similar theories/5(2).

In this book, we seek to develop a feminist communicology of organization, which centers human communication as the basic, constitutive activity of organizing.

In other words, it is as people engage in communicative action that identity, action, and structure—individual and collective—become possible and meaningful.We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience.

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