Theories of Communications Exam One

This view of communication though unexciting is used

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Unformatted text preview: s believed by Lanham to produce sufficient writing and communication; using consistent “to ­the point” conversations that contained no individual style. This view of communication, though unexciting, is used in all channels of speaking. As Burke points out in Psychology and Form, “Psychology has become a body of information… similarly in art, we tend to look for psychology as the purveying of information” (Burke, 22). However, rather than making information the goal, some individuals choose to find value in the hidden complexities: this is known to be the looking at view of communic...
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