Communication requirements in an adaptive society
communications technology is the leading part in technological development but in human society human communication is a secondary property: It is and has always been a necessary condition for human beings to act socially. Not, however, a sufficient condition. Many situations can be observed where communication channels exist but are not used. In many situations communications can reduce social activity;
the most important of the sufficient conditions for human communication lie in a society’s choice between the two basic designs for social organization.
KeywordsCommunication Requirement Lateral Communication Redundant Part Natural Calamity Purposeful Behaviour
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