Speaking Culturally (Suny Series in Human Communication Processes) (SUNY series, Human Communication Processes) Book Description:
Using fieldwork conducted over a period of twenty years, Philipsen shows how listening to a people’s spoken life can reveal expressions of underlying codes―or social rhetorics―of what it means to be a person, how persons can and should be linked together in social relations, and how communication can and should be used in interpersonal conduct. From these studies of speaking in two cultures emerges an understanding of communication as an activity in which people not only draw from and express but also shape and fashion their understandings of self, society, and strategic action.
Publisher:State University of New York Press (November 3, 1992)
Item Weight:8.6 ounces
Dimensions:6 x 0.38 x 9 inches
Speaking Culturally (Suny Series in Human Communication Processes) (SUNY series, Human Communication Processes)
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