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Communication Library Guide
Communication, film studies, rhetoric, mass media, new media, and journalism.
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The "Encyclopedia of Communication and Information provides a comprehensive overview of universal modes of communication, the media, theories of communication and their implications, careers in communications and information, and biographies of notable figures in the field.
This standard reference offers comprehensive coverage of topics as diverse as media audiences, censorship, electronic mail, and communications models, this new edition includes a new chronology of media events, providing a guide to key moments in the development of the mass media, as well as a host of new entries.
This dictionary provides basic definitions of terms related to semiotics, media, and communication studies as well as the related fields of anthropology, archaeology, psychology, psychoanalysis, linguistics, philosophy, artificial intelligence, computer science, and biology.