PROLIFERATION AND RECEPTION OF COMMUNICATIVE BEHAVIOURS:
AN ANALYSIS OF THE INSTITUTION OF UNIVERSITY
Stanislaw Staszic University of Applied Sciences in Piła, Poland
The following article pursuits the objective of demonstrating the university’s communicative dynamics in terms of proliferation and reception of language and non-language resources within the Polish public space.
The two main groups which are analysed in the article are: inner-communicators perceived as operating within an institution and outer-communicators that is general public space users who have access to the resources offered by an institution. The first group proliferates the institutional assets via their communicative behaviour dynamics; the other group receives these behaviours in a particular fashion. This article unveils the activity of the university in three domains: institutional, cultural and communicative that provide the background for its analysis.
Key words: The university; Communicative behaviour dynamics; Institutions; Communicators; Language and non-language resources.
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How to cite this article: Krawczak, M. (2015). Proliferation and reception of communicative behaviours: An analysis of the institution of university. Journal of Linguistic and Intercultural Education – JoLIE, 8, 119–132. DOI: https://doi.org/10.29302/jolie.2015.8.8
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