Igor Klyukanov

Igor Klyukanov
Eastern Washington University | EWU · Department of Communication Studies

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This edited volume develops the philosophy of communication inspired by the scholarship of Richard L. Lanigan, with emphasis on communicology as a human science. Lanigan’s syntheses of the philosophies of speech, language and discourse stemming from the works of Edmund Husserl, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Michel Foucault, Julia Kristeva, Charles Sanders...
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The article discusses the key ways of reflexive conceptualization of communication, each approach shedding its own light on its nature. It is demonstrated how these historically formed approaches to communication allow us to gain a deeper understanding into the essence of the humanities in their various manifestations.
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Sociological theory views modernization as a macroprocess of transition from traditional society to the society of modernity. More specifically, the main sociological theories of modernization are based on the ideas of evolutionism, functionalism, and diffusionism. Attention is also paid to the theoretical conceptualization of modernization process...
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The article presents an approach to communication from the perspective of natural science. Respectively, the nature of communication is treated as a natural phenomenon (biological, in the first place). An overview of key research within the commubiological and sociobiological paradigms is given. Its potential as well as limitations are critically d...
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This chapter operationalizes “post-Soviet” as a concept referring to the societies that once were part of the Soviet Union. It shows how the post-Soviet press is theorized against the background of a Soviet media framework, and identifies a number of changes in post-Soviet press. Special attention is paid to how Four Theories of the Press by F.S. S...
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The paper addresses problems faced by scholars trying to conceptualize the various researches done on communication as a separate science, with particular attention given to epistemological and ontological issues. The nature of communication science crisis and possibility of its resolution are also discussed in this paper.
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The nature of communication can be theorized in many different ways, e.g. as ritual, storytelling, deliberation, rational argument, dissemination, articulation, translation, and even failure. In the present article communication is conceptualized as a (dialogic) process of conversation between the subject and the object as the Other; however, this...
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This book introduces the term "linguistic supertypes," and the reader would like very much to see a careful discussion of this new concept from linguistic typology inside "a cognitive-semiotic theory of human communication." From the cognitive perspective, Durst-Anderson takes language to be a perceptual activity of the brain/mind, while from the s...
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This article introduces the Russian Journal of Communication to a broad English-speaking audience. It is shown how the journal, through theoretical and empirical papers and book reviews, advances our understanding of communication in, with, and about Russia. The article starts by presenting a short history of the journal; then, its philosophic and...
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This article presents a human(istic) view of the (inter)cultural level of communication that overcomes such limitations of the traditional social scientific approach as essentializing and reifying culture that do insufficient justice to (inter)subjective agency. Communicology is taken as a methodology for the analysis of culture as embodiment in th...
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This work is a remarkable synthesis harvested from an extensive repertory of writings in anthropology, sociology, semiotics, and communication the-ory. While mainly intended as an introduction to interpretative notions that can assist one to sift through the wide range of explorations offered on cul-tural diversity, even one knowledgeable of relate...
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Contents: Preface. P.G. Polson, Walter Kintsch: A Brief Biography. C.A. Perfetti, M.A. Britt, Where Do Propositions Come From? W.K. Estes, A General Model of Classification and Memory Applied to Discourse Processing. B.B. Murdock, Primacy and Recency in the Chunking Model. J.G. Greeno, Understanding Concepts in Activity. G. McKoon, R. Ratcliff, The...
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The article presents the field of digital humanities in terms of its object of study, methods, and praxis. The author outlines the history of digital humanities along with its conceptual framework and brings up relationships between digital humanities and the study of communication.

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