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  • Transmission of information from one person to another person. A common system of signs, symbols, and/or behavior is used to deliver the message between individuals.

    Face-to-face communication remains elusive and fascinating because so many things occur all at once. Each person participates in the definition and direction of the shared situation, and yet the totality of what is shared goes well beyond the grasp of any given person involved.

    During periods of mundane human communication, virtually all that happens counts one way or the other, but this does not mean that everything counts equally.

    Human communication is what two or more individuals feel, think, say, and do (together and alone) without any one member being in a privileged position to figure out what makes it possible and necessary ...

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