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ERIC Number: ED125040
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 10
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Futures of Human Communication.
Harms, L. S.
There are several research areas basic to the long-range future of human communications. Telecommunication and transportation offer the possiblity of two worldwide communications networks whose interrelationships need to be explored in terms of the needs of the individual, the community, and the world at large. Expanding possibilities of human-machine, human-animal, and human-extraterrestrial communication suggest the need for an area of study called comparative communication systems. To explore the communication needs and requirements of the future, a multicultural right-to-communicate group is needed to formulate new patterns leading to a deeper understanding of the relationships between human communication and human needs. (AA)
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