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Getting The Message

Author: Laszlo Solymar
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0198503334
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The past century has seen developments in communications technology probably unrivalled in any other field of human activity. Significant advances are made every year, and both our work and leisure activities are critically influenced by these developments. Getting the message explores thefascinating history of communications, starting with ancient civilisations, the Greeks and Romans, then leading through the development of the electric telegraph, and up to the present day with email and cellular phones. The technology is explained in a particularly simple and accessible way, andthemes from politics, economics, and society weave in and out of the scientific ideas. The book concludes with a look at the possible future of communications, the new developments to come, and the implications these will have for our everyday lives. Lavishly illustrated, and including manyoriginal illustrations that show just how these new developments were received in their time, the book presents an informative and highly entertaining introduction to the field of communications.

Registers And Modes Of Communication In The Ancient Near East

Author: Kyle H. Keimer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351797034
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It is the quintessential nature of humans to communicate with each other. Good communications, bad communications, miscommunications, or no communications at all have driven everything from world events to the most mundane of interactions. At the broadest level, communication entails many registers and modes: verbal, iconographic, symbolic, oral, written, and performed. Relationships and identities – real and fictive – arise from communication, but how and why were they effected and how should they be understood? The chapters in this volume address some of the registers and modes of communication in the ancient Near East. Particular focuses are imperial and court communications between rulers and ruled, communications intended for a given community, and those between families and individuals. Topics cover a broad chronological period (3rd millennium BC to 1st millennium AD), and geographic range (Egypt to Israel and Mesopotamia) encapsulating the extraordinarily diverse plurality of human experience. This volume is deliberately interdisciplinary and cross-cultural, and its broad scope provides wide insights and a holistic understanding of communication applicable today. It is intended for both the scholar and readers with interests in ancient Near Eastern history and Biblical studies, communications (especially communications theory), and sociolinguistics.

Getting The Message Across

Author: Jennifer Wiggins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199757410
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This book provides practical advice to assist genetic counselors, geneticists, and other health professionals wanting to engage appropriately with different clients from different communities — patients who are hearing and/or visually impaired, patients with diverse sex development or religious backgrounds, and those who are available only through interpreter or telephone consultation.

A History Of Communications

Author: Marshall T. Poe
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139495577
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A History of Communications advances a theory of media that explains the origins and impact of different forms of communication - speech, writing, print, electronic devices and the Internet - on human history in the long term. New media are 'pulled' into widespread use by broad historical trends and these media, once in widespread use, 'push' social institutions and beliefs in predictable directions. This view allows us to see for the first time what is truly new about the Internet, what is not, and where it is taking us.

Weapons Of Mass Persuasion

Author: Steven R. Corman
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433101977
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Complementing and extending scholarship in three areas – terrorism; the media, mediated representations, and propaganda in contemporary culture; and the political and diplomatic environment post-9/11 – this book articulates the role of human communication in the «war of ideas». Drawing on contemporary research from a variety of disciplines, this book offers analyses and recommendations for people to make use of informed, inspired, and ethical communication to counter ideological support for terrorism and to promote more effective public diplomacy. This is the first book to apply human communication concepts and theories – and to offer potential solutions – to the communication problems encountered by nations, communities, and individuals, and in doing so moves beyond critiques of failed U.S. communication campaigns and strategies in the «war on terror».

Communications

Author: Thomas Streissguth
Publisher: Oliver PressInc
ISBN: 9781881508410
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Discusses the scientists and inventors responsible for the advances in communications technology, including Johann Gutenberg, Samuel Morse, Thomas Edison, and Philo Farnsworth.

The Foundations Of Communication In Criminal Justice Systems

Author: Daniel Adrian Doss
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482236605
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Myriad forms of communication occur within the criminal justice system as judges and attorneys speak to juries, law enforcement officers interact with the public, and the news media presents stories of events in courtrooms. Hindrances abound, however. Law enforcement officers and justice system personnel often encounter challenges that affect their

Network Based Parallel Computing Communication Architecture And Applications

Author: France) Canpc 200 (2000 Toulouse
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540678794
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Communication, Architecture, and Applications for Network-Based Parallel Computing, CANPC 2000, held in Tolouse, France in January 2000. The 12 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in sections on program development and execution support, network router architecture, system support for communication abstractions, and network software and interface architecture.