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Communication Situations: A Dialogic Quiz?

  • Enric Puig-Giralt
Part of the Understanding Complex Systems book series (UCS)

Abstract

Considering the new proposals of what we understand nowadays as “the knowledge society”, the conventional concepts of taxonomy, non-flexible frames and closed systems of categorization applied to scientific proceedings, seems to be more a blocking artifices than useful operational tools. As a result of that, a crucial aspect to note is that one of the weaker points with regards to a cognitive issue is the lack of interaction of individuals with their own environment. From the structural analysis applied in different fields it can be observed that the asynchrony and some distortions between the data input mind processing and their interpretation are more due to communication competence and a definition of meaning, than to any technology involved. Thus, the concept of ecosystem, considering ourselves as a part of it, is just the starting point from the perspective of cognitive sciences. That means that the criteria of opposition as a categorial system, as well as the consideration of any static frame or model, are far to be a a suitable way for a complexity issue.

Keywords

Literal Meaning Communication Competence Communication Situation Popular Music Music Experience 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Enric Puig-Giralt
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  1. 1.Departament of General Linguistics, Complexity, Communication and Sociolinguistics GroupUniversitat de BarcelonaBarcelonaSpain

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