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A Few Words About Communication


By Melanie Anne Phillips


Preface

Communication requires the transfer of understanding and/or passion from one person to another.  The process of communication involves both transmission and reception across a medium.  Whether intentional or not, this process self-organizes into a narrative form which is the framework upon which the information, be it logic or feeling, is conveyed.

This collection of articles and essays from my quarter century as a teacher of narrative explores key aspects of the nature and function of communication, and illuminates both the process and the experience.

Table of Contents









1.  Introduction to Communication

2.  Origins of Communication

3.  Advancements in Communication

4.  The Four Stages of Communication

5. The False Narrative