For instance, the paper on communication theory
not only consists of 'mainstream' Western communication theories, but also indigenous theories or theoretical insights including that of Mimamsa philosophy, Bharata Muni's Natyashastra, Bhartrihari's Vakyapadiya, and so on.
Health communication theory
utilizes four key elements of the communication process: audience, message, source, and channel.
The purpose of the book is to introduce Non-Gaussian statistical communication theory
and demonstrate how the theory improves probabilistic model.
The field of communication theory
has been witnessing a paradigm shift thereby promoting theorization of communication from multicultural and multidisciplinary perspectives.
The disciplinary journals publishing the greatest quantity of articles about dialogue are Communication Theory
with 15 articles and Southern Communication Journal with 15 articles, both of which published special editions on dialogue.
Intercultural New Media Research and Intercultural Communication Theory
The five papers in the communication theory
session propose new approaches to exploiting redundancies to improve LT decoding, solving minimum power broadcast problems, and optimizing bandwidth allocation in packet processing systems.
However, the information about persuasion, diffusion of innovation, and audience behavior that I had absorbed in a graduate course in mass communication theory
Field I: Information/Communications "Information Communication Theory
Primal scenes of communication: Communication theory
, social movements, and consumer society.
The course is rooted in a basic, underlying communication theory
, similar to what you would have in a journalism school," says Greyser.
The publishing partnership will commence in January 2006 and includes the ICA's flagship publication, the Journal of Communication, the top-ranked Human Communication Research, Communication Theory
, and Journal of Computer Mediated Communication.