Basics of Communication - with a focus on Education

Ahmet Ecirli

Abstract


Communication appeared with handwriting and developed from hieroglyphics to the alphabet, from pictorial descriptions to the printing press. Verbal communication and dialogue developed in Greek antiquity. The philosophical concepts of Socrates were transmitted to present time by his followers. Similarly the messages of prophets have been transmitted to us by their companions. Transmission in periods of verbal communication does not make us certain of the authenticity of the works developed by the initiators. With the discovery of the communication pattern transmission becomes a key factor in spreading knowledge, in the influence of literature on the masses and in the extension of education. Communication becomes an element of the dissemination of culture and science. Communication will expand the universal nature of science and culture. The discoveries of the 20th century, radio, television, cable telephony and the satellite have continually revolutionized communication systems.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n19p25


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