Interpretive Theory

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  • The expression interpretive theory refers to a relatively large umbrella category that includes analytical perspectives and theories spanning the fields of communication, sociology, anthropology, education, cultural studies, political science, history, ...

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    • Applications and Contexts
    • Critical Orientations
    • Cultural Orientations
    • Cybernetic and Systems Orientations
    • Feminist Orientations
    • Group and Organizational Concepts
    • Information, Media, and Communication Technology
    • International and Global Concepts
    • Interpersonal Concepts
    • Non-Western Orientations
    • Paradigms, Traditions, and Schools
    • Philosophical Orientations
    • Psycho-Cognitive Orientations
    • Rhetorical Orientations
    • Semiotic, Linguistic, and Discursive Orientations
    • Social-Interactional Orientations
    • Theory, Metatheory, Methodology, and Inquiry
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