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Communication is the process of generation,transmission, or reception of messages to oneself or another entity, usually via a mutually understood set of signs. Basic topics in communication include:

Essence of communication

Main article: Communication

Branches of communication

Fields of communication

Theories, schools, and approaches

History of communication

Main article: History of communication
  • Cave painting
  • Early postal systems
  • Heliograph
  • Historical linguistics
  • History of alphabet
  • History of the book
  • History of computing
  • History of Internet
  • History of linguistics
  • History of mass media
  • History of radio
  • History of telegraphy
    • History of telegraph
  • History of telephone
  • History of television
  • History of writing
  • Ideograms
  • Origin of language
  • Petroglyphs
  • Pictograms
  • Proto-language
  • Semaphore
  • Smoke signals

Basic communication concepts

Forms of communication

Basic modes and types of communication

Communication industries and media vocations

General communication terms

Communication scholars

See also

External links

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