Civilisation and communication

The word communication comes from the latin verb communicate to talk together confer discussed and consort one with another it is intimately related to the Latin word community pass which means not only community but also fellowship and justice in men's dealings with one another Society is based on the possibility of men living and working together for common ends

In a word on corporation but without communication corporation is impossible through communication mention knowledge information and experience and understand persuade on third or control their feathers are means of communication are many they include all the possible ways of attracting attention we communicate by facial expression

and gesture where touch my pictures and visual sounds by mathematical and scientific it sounds then symbols by music and dance and most important of all the words spoken and written

Our range of communication is as varied as all means is stretches from simple commands such as do don't stop go which may be conveyed by expression of gesture pictorial signs of flashing lights of humour for feeling the great works of literature and Drama of painting and sculpture of music religion philosophy and science but the first men did not have all these means of communication at their disposal some of the recent indeed a long history of mankind written language itself dates back all need to yesterday in this chapter we set the scene before discussing the greater detail the development of human communication the ways in which is shaped us and the problems it causes for us today

Social life is impossible without communication and the development of the power to communicate has played a vital role in the evolution of societies since the first man banded together the means of communication in our modern societies almost infinite but just as a simple societies depend ultimately on our senses of sight and hearing


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