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The primal source of creation (at least according to the Greeks)

Chaos and order have been issues that are highlighted throughout the times. Different civilisations made sense out of it in different ways. Chaos was often seen as the beginning of times, being portrayed as a god, or made sense out of through the actions of God(s). For example, the old-Egyptians made sense of the world

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Comments on research on persuasive communication

If there is one topic that is central to research on language use and communication, it is persuasive communication. Just look at the website of the VIOT2018 conference held in Groningen, Netherlands, from January 17-19, 2018. Patriotism, humor, typographic language intensification, framing, concrete details, interpersonal communication, narratives, photo-strips, perspective, likeness, frightening messages and threats; a

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Interview with film journalist and script writer André Nientied

When you’re a student, life is still pretty manageable: go to college (or not), study, sometimes do some sports, sleep and of course drink beer! However, there comes a time when you get your beautiful degree and you’re suddenly no longer a student; then what? We talk with alumni about their career after Communication Science.

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