Definition of Communication theory
1. Noun. The discipline that studies the principles of transmiting information and the methods by which it is delivered (as print or radio or television etc.). "Communications is his major field of study"
Examples of category: Entropy, Information, Selective Information
Generic synonyms: Bailiwick, Discipline, Field, Field Of Study, Study, Subject, Subject Area, Subject Field
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Literary usage of Communication theory
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1. People, Land And Water: Participatory Development Communication for Natural by Guy Bessette (2006)
"Windahl, S. et al (1992a) 'The nature of communication planning', in Using communication theory: An Introduction to Planned Communication, Sage Publications ..."
2. JTEC Panel Final Report on Telecommunications Technology in Japan by George L. Turin (1994)
"His field of research and teaching has been communication theory and its applications. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow and a Visiting Fellow of the Science ..."