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Introduction to Communication Theory [KUW 101/3]: Introduction to Communication Theory (KUW 101/3)

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The course aims to give students an understanding of the theory of communication. The focus is on the development and progression of theories and concepts of communication. Apart from discussing the various types of basic theories of communication, the focus will also be given to the theories of communication: interpersonal, group, organization, society and technology. Overall this course exposes students to the formation, evolution and expansion theory communication theories.

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