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Say not to say [electronic resource] : new perspectives on miscommunication / edited by Luigi Anolli, Rita Ciceri, and Giuseppe Riva.

Contributor(s): Anolli, Luigi | Ciceri, Rita | Riva, Giuseppe, 1967-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Emerging communication: v. 3.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : Tokyo : IOS Press ; Ohmsha, 2002Description: 1 online resource (xv, 265 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585458715 (electronic bk.); 9780585458717 (electronic bk.); 9781601294586; 1601294581; 9781586032159 (IOS Press); 1586032151 (IOS Press).Subject(s): Miscommunication | Communication -- Data processing | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Communication Studies | Electronic books | Malentendus (Communication) | Communication -- Informatique | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Say not to say.DDC classification: 302.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Sect. 1. Towards a Definition of Miscommunication: A Theoretical Approach. MaCHT -- Miscommunication as CHance Theory: toward a unitary theory of communication and miscommunication / L. Anolli -- Semantic transparency, semantic opacity, states of affairs, mental states and speech acts / A. Reboul -- sect. 2. Pretending to Communicate: Deception, Seduction and Equivocation. Deceptive miscommunication theory (DeMiT): a new model for the analysis of deceptive communication / L. Anolli, M. Balconi and R. Ciceri -- Seductive communication: paradoxical exhibition, obliquity and non verbal synchronization / R. Ciceri -- The meaning of expression: views from art and other sources / J.-M. Fernndez-Dols, P. Carrera and C. Casado --
Summary: This text explores the major ways in which miscommunication can be experienced in our daily life.
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Sect. 1. Towards a Definition of Miscommunication: A Theoretical Approach. MaCHT -- Miscommunication as CHance Theory: toward a unitary theory of communication and miscommunication / L. Anolli -- Semantic transparency, semantic opacity, states of affairs, mental states and speech acts / A. Reboul -- sect. 2. Pretending to Communicate: Deception, Seduction and Equivocation. Deceptive miscommunication theory (DeMiT): a new model for the analysis of deceptive communication / L. Anolli, M. Balconi and R. Ciceri -- Seductive communication: paradoxical exhibition, obliquity and non verbal synchronization / R. Ciceri -- The meaning of expression: views from art and other sources / J.-M. Fernndez-Dols, P. Carrera and C. Casado --

This text explores the major ways in which miscommunication can be experienced in our daily life.

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