communicology

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communicology

(kə-myo͞o′nĭ-kŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of communication, including such fields as semiotics, audiology, and speech pathology.
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Communicologist Petar Arsovski in Nezavisen vesnik assesses that he does not expect a period of stabilization of the existing processes, neither tectonic movements.
Communicologist Petar Arsovski thinks that the announcement of the prime minister is more of a promotional message rather than a real action.
Once a school or department becomes dominated by communicologists, all too often the green-eyeshade professionals are out and seldom regain control.
This volume assembles communicologists who propose uniquely Black-driven theories that stand the test of time in fifteen chapters to explore Afrocentricity, Afro-Cultural Mulatto, Venerative Speech Theory, Africana Symbolic Contextualism Theory, HaramBuntu-Government-Diaspora Communications Theory, Consciencist Communication Theory and Racial Democracy Effect Theory are introduced, and other theories.
Hence, communicologists do not need to shy away from cultural particulars in order to reach human universals (Miike, 2006).
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