Communication and social order.


New York, London : Bedminster Press, Oxford University, 1962(1968).

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Subjects Communication.
Interaction sociale.
Interaktion.
Kommunikation.
Organisation.
Organizational sociology.
Social interaction.
Description 475 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1962(1968).
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Symbolic interaction in Freud's work -- Simmel's search for an autonomous form of sociability -- Malinowski's theory of the social context of magical language -- Society as determined by communication: Dewey's theory of art as communication -- Communication and the emergence of the self in the work of George Herbert Mead-- The final phase of the act: consummation -- The problem of form in Mead's theory of the significant symbol -- Burke's dramatistic view of society -- Social order considered as a drama of redemption through victimage -- The structure and function of the act in the work of Kenneth Burke -- A rhetoric of motives: Burke's sociology of language -- The rhetoric of social order -- Toward a new rhetoric: Burke's analysis of social mystification in Bentham and Marx -- Social mystification and social integration -- Reason and hierarchal disorganization -- The rhetoric of ruling: communication and authority -- Rhetoric as an instrument of domination through unreason, Hitler's Mein kampf -- Social order based on unreason: the perversion of religion by the state -- Social order as a form of hierarchy -- The communication of hierarchy -- Hierarchal address -- A sociological view of inner audiences -- Social transcendence -- Equality and social order -- The establishment of money as a symbol of community life -- Money as a form of transcendence in American life -- Comedy and social integration -- The comic scapegoat -- Comedy as the rhetoric of reason in society -- Tragic and comic sexual themes compared -- A sociological model of social interaction as determined by communication.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)255420
(OCoLC)ocm00255420
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WorldCat Identities Duncan, Hugh Dalziel.
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