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Towards a new phenomenology of communications Image, communication and the privatisationof meaning in postmodernity. by Thomas Frederick Foot

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Published by University of East London in London .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D)-University of East London, Department of Cultural Studies, 1994.

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Open LibraryOL16764775M

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