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Communication and Power: The State of Research


  • Biswajit Das


Given the increasingly confusing proliferation of models for communication research, documentation of some of the differences that exists have been done. There are a number of ways to divide the terrain; the framework constitutes as well as describes the differences. The framework proposed here focuses on the way power is construed and analysed within the debates and discussions on communication rather than any theory per se. [WP No. 01/2007].

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  • Biswajit Das, 2010. "Communication and Power: The State of Research," Working Papers id:2596, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2596
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    communication; reseach; documentation; power; theoretical; methodological; empirical tradition; social; political; intellectual; Pluralist Approach; society; pluralism;

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