LOS SISTEMAS DE COMUNICACIÓN SOCIAL (ideas sueltas para ponerle un cascabel al gato)

September 1989
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1989, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p271
Academic Journal
The author presents a series of basic language and along with method and techniques for studying dynamic systems known as organized complexes. This perspective reabily lend itself to the study of systems on national scale because it offers: a) a common language, b) a rigorous descriptive technique c) an holistic approach, d) a dynamic panorama accentuating information and communication flows, and finally, a focalized study of relations rather than their behavior.


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