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DATE

1996

AUTHORS

Lesley Jordan , Wendy Kaiser

ABSTRACT

Communication — the imparting to another person or other people of information, ideas, thoughts and emotions — plays a central part in human life. The twentieth century has seen a technological transformation in our means of communication, especially via the telephone, radio, film, television and, increasingly, the Internet. Communication through the printed word has also expanded greatly. One thing that all these inventions have in common is their dependence, at least in part, on language as a means to convey messages. Language is important even where there is also a strong visual element. Silent movies, for example, used subtitles alongside other communication strategies including mime, gesture, body language and facial expression. Language is no less important as part of face-to-face interactions. We use it in many ways: to initiate, build and maintain relationships; to carry out transactions; to achieve status; to project our personalities; to assess other people. Language has been described as ‘the core of what makes us human’ (The Mind Machine, BBC2, 15 November 1988), and even as an instinct (Pinker, 1994). More... »

PAGES

1-9

Book

TITLE

Aphasia — A Social Approach

ISBN

978-1-56593-197-8
978-1-4899-3434-5

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