The present and the past as communicational process
Keywords: Communication, History, Communicational Studies
AbstractThis paper discusses the reasons why the communication studies’ nature is mainly “presentist”, and concomitantly, tries to show how a historiographical look could infer a greater complexity of the analyses for the communicational scientific Field, due to the procedural nature of historical reflections. Presenting communication as a place of knowledge, yet shows the importance of considering communication as a relation. To think of relation is perhaps the scientific destiny of communication and not to see the scientific Field of communication as something finished by itself.
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Barbosa, M. (2012). The present and the past as communicational process. MATRIZes, 5(2), 145-155. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v5i2p145-155