Edited by Paul Cobley
Introduction by Paul Cobley
Published March 21st 2006 by Routledge – 1,584 pages
This remarkable four-volume collection brings together a range of essays at the cutting edge of, communication theory. Selections included provide in-depth theoretical analysis and overviews rather than specific study of phenomena within a given theoretical tradition.
The collection provides academics and students with access to a free-standing body of theoretical work which is applicable to a range of different topics within communications, media and cultural studies. Including a new introduction by Paul Cobley, a chronological table of articles and a full index, it is undoubtedly an exceptional and invaluable research resource.
Volume 1: Part 1. Models and Modelling Part 2. The Sign and Semiotics Volume 2: Part 3. Language: Representation and Dissemination Part 4. Pragmatics of Communication Volume 3: Part 5. Text and Genre Part 6. Representation, Discourse and Ideology Volume 4: Part 7. Mediated Communication Part 8. Encoding, Decoding and the Act of Reading Part 9. Communication and Cognition Part 10. Global Communication and Globalization