Parallel worlds' - clusters for a theory of concepts of communications: Historical intercultural and cultural comparative studies of perspectives of national and transnational conditions, values, concepts, and terms of 'communication' - 'orality' - 'literacy' - 'rhetoric' - 'media
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|Abstract||This compilation approaches communication from a historical and comparative perspective in various times and cultures. It focuses on the specific conditions communication developed in and the changing meanings communication had.|
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