Conceptual Communication and Relationships
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The paper looks at how in her article, Miller cites Beninger's assertion that communication should be studied generally in a broad conceptual sense instead of as a narrow discipline. The paper explains her view that this would be beneficial to those who study the concept of communication as the articulation of human relationships as well as to those who also consider internal, cognitive processes as a form of communication.
From the Paper:"The study of communication is vast and diverse, including a number of different disciplines and poignant opinions. Communication as a social activity, or as the articulation of relationships, is one of these arguments among those who consider themselves scholars in this field. There is also some debate as to whether it is valid and reasonable to study communication using this framework. According to Katherine Miller's article, "Conceptual Foundations," it is difficult to argue this point because communication is not only a study that is fragmented within its own discipline, but is also intrinsically connected to a number of other academic fields. Each of these fields..."
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