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La profonde ambivalence de la communication

Abstract : The communication is an ambivalent process, deeply ambiguous. Indeed, one can with reason support which it is everywhere (in our homes, on our workplaces, in our associations, etc), that it touches everyone (the Eastern babies, old men, rich person, poor, Westerners, etc), which it is a total social fact (concerns as well, the culture that the policy or the economy). But, contrary, one can just as easily assert that the communication is not nowhere: the families dislocate themselves, the companies become internal markets, two billion individuals do not have access to electricity and are excluded from the world networks from the communication, while the others exchange pseudonym with pseudonym thousands of away kilometers but ignore their neighbors, etc… Then communication sociéty or society of incommunication?
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Eric Dacheux. La profonde ambivalence de la communication. La communication , CNRS éditions, 2010. ⟨sic_01180372⟩



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