TITLE

SURMOUNTING BARRIERS IN THE WAY OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION -- THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

AUTHOR(S)
BORĊ˘UN, DUMITRU
PUB. DATE
September 2013
SOURCE
Euromentor;Sep2013, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p21
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In our times, a new form of responsibility is needed: the communicational one. For the scholars in the field of communicational sciences it has become obvious that "to communicate" means "to action"; that the effects of communicational acts are as important for human lives as the effects of any other human acts. When we lack responsibility, what we say, the way we say it, the moment and the place we choose for a communicational act may determine the breaking of a working relation, of a political cooperation, of a friendship or of a sentimental relationship, thus putting to an end valuable projects, alliances, couples, families etc. In this respect, my paper is an analysis of these aspects, applied in a domain that is vital for the quality of life: the management of interpersonal relations.
ACCESSION #
91680391

 

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