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Communication Networks

Modern times are characterized by complexities and interrelations, with the networks of people, things, and organizations being present in different areas of life. Since communication, in both verbal and nonverbal ways, constitutes an important part of individual and group performance, communication networks play a crucial role in the private and professional lives of individuals, communities, and organizations. In the era of technological advancements and competitive markets, communication is indispensable for individuals not only to stay informed but also to remain members of social networks, and, in the case of companies, to attract new stakeholders and retain the interest of current customers or clients.

Communication networks can be studied in two ways; one of them is to treat communication as a phenomenon, whereas another perspective is to ...

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