Realism, logic and social communication: C.S. Peirce's classification of science in communication studies and journalism

@article{Shepperson2008RealismLA,
  title={Realism, logic and social communication: C.S. Peirce's classification of science in communication studies and journalism},
  author={A. Shepperson},
  journal={Critical Arts},
  year={2008},
  volume={22},
  pages={242 - 294}
}
Abstract The nature of communication study discourse tends to focus on how to teach it, and often hides its pragmatic origins in the field of inquiry. The article uses C.S. Peirce's philosophical realism to address the needs of intellectual inquiry in communications under increasing social and political globalisation. Journalism, media and communication (JMC) studies are treated as institutional functions within a changing, and often shrinking, social realm. I conclude that environments of… Expand
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