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Models of Communication

Over time, various communication models have been proposed within communication studies with the intent to describe, and to make at least partially comprehensible, the dynamics of the act of communication. Indeed, although these models are the result of thorough research, it is not possible to find in any of them a full adherence to the actual dynamics that manifest in every communication process. The definition of these models has played a very important role in the comprehension of the socialization process because social structures and relations between people are based on communicative acts. The changing of communication processes is a sign of a more profound transformation of the society. Consequently, a thorough understanding of the communication process and its elements is a key element for ...

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