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Title
Authors
Human Communication: A Meaning-Making Experience
Matyash O.I.
From Dialogical Ontology to the Theory of Semiosphere: the Idea of the Dialogue of Cultures in the Philosophical Concepts of M. Buber and Yu. M. Lotman
Volkova A.A.
TO THE PROBLEM OF SIMULATIVE CREATIVITY
Kostiuk A.A.
Evolution of Communication Concept in the 20th Century Social Theory
Nazarchuk A.V.
Unilateral Exposure to Mass Media: Non-Communicative Person
Chistyakov D.I.
Humanitarian problems of information technology
Gnatik E.N.
Communication mediators: the cognitive and pragma-stylistic aspect of tropes in modern mass media discourse
Zashchitina G.V.
Existential Characteristics of Tolerance
Gladyshev D.E.
Creativity as a Person's Value in the Formation of Communication Space of Society
Kravchuk P.F., Boev E.I., Kilimova L.V.
Self-identification and gender identity construction in the internet communication
Maximova O.B.
Convergence instead of interdisciplinarity and intersubjectivity
Markova L.A.
Ethics of international communication and specifics of work in international collective
Moiseenko M.V.
Communication - a condition of the transfer of knowledge and technology ipmplementation Vim
Pavlenko A.N.
Ethics of higher school (the example of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia)
Tsvyk V.A.
Social-philosophical Aspects of the Problem of Differentiation of the Proprietary Information
Latypov A.I.
Verbal and nonverbal components in the language system
Lipatova T.V.
Information Society and Media in the Postmodern Communicative Space
Chistyakov D.I.
What Makes «Communication» Possible?
Pavlenko A.N.
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