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Ecology of Public Communication Journal Entries

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Four journal entries analysing each weeks readings and their relation to the the subject's key concepts.

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Public opinion Academia Culture Political philosophy Communication Democracy Community building Rhetoric Public sphere Ethos Public relations Ethical persuasion
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Public opinion Academia Culture Political philosophy Communication Democracy Community building Rhetoric Public sphere Ethos Public relations Ethical persuasion
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(Crossley & Roberts 2004, pp.2). This interpretation of the public sphere, while an accurate portrayal of its nature during the 18th century, is deemed by some critics to be a narrow view as it explores it through the perspective of the bourgeoisie (Crossley & Roberts 2004, pp.11). Habermas’ analysis also implies that the public sphere exists solely in its bourgeois form, when in reality it is a more complex system, composed of a myriad of interacting social groups (Crossley & Roberts 2004, pp.12). The significance of the public sphere can also be seen in the practice of public relations. The cocreational ...
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